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Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló at a press conference on July 11 after private chats were released showing him and other government officials describing their political enemies using misogynistic and homophobic language. Photo: Gabriel López Albarrán/ Centro de Periodismo Investigativo. 
By Yamily Habib and Susanne Ramirez de Arellano

Protesters faced tear gas and rubber bullets in Old San Juan to demand the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosselló, but he digs in.

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When Accent Is on Language

 06/18/2011 - 18:04
When Accent Is on Language

CHICAGO -- Tensions flared during testimony leading up to the final state Senate vote on Texas' sanctuary cities bill -- and not just over whether the new measures would have a chilling effect on commerce or open the door to racial profiling of Latinos. One incident in particular struck at the very heart of fears about immigrant assimilation and the preservation of an "American culture" that shares the English language.

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Esther Cepeda

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