Latino News Roundup for December 14th, 2012

 

Here is the Latino News Roundup for December 14, 2012, curated by HispanicTips.com:

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Migrant Farm Workers’ Advocates File U.N. Complaint
     From: www.huffingtonpost.com

Arizona Sheriff Arpaio Loses Bid to Dismiss U.S. Bias Lawsuit
     From: www.businessweek.com

‘Portlandia’ Star Fred Armisen on His Mother’s “Spanish Accent,” His Latin Roots {he is half-Venezuelan} and more
     From: www.latina.com

Alt.Latino: Top 10 Latin Alternative Albums Of 2012
     From: www.npr.org

Jenni Rivera’s Family Fuming After Graphic Video of Singer’s Body Parts Hits Internet
     From: latino.foxnews.com

Border Patrol Will No Longer Offer Interpreter Services – Don’t know English? Forget about calling the U.S. Border Patrol for help.
     From: latino.foxnews.com

Hispanic television in America – Lights, camera, acción! – Media companies are piling into the Hispanic market. But will it pay off?
     From: www.economist.com

Report: Predatory auto and student loans still targeting Latinos
     From: nbclatino.com

DREAMer On Washington Post Cover Tells Editors to Not Call Her ‘Illegal’
     From: colorlines.com

Colorado Digs Itself Into a Fiscal Hole in the Name of Immigration Enforcement
     From: immigrationimpact.com

These items were culled from these curated reports:

TOP STORIES Hispanic Report for December 14th, 2012

CULTURA Hispanic Report for December 14th, 2012

BUSINESS Hispanic Report for December 14th, 2012

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