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AIR DATE: August 12, 2009

Nevada's unemployment rate for Hispanics leads the nation at 16.4 percent just ahead of California's Hispanic unemployment rate which sits at 15.7 percent. The numbers are analyzed and detailed in a new report from the Economic Policy Institute, a think tank in Washington D.C. We talk with Algernon Austin, Director of the Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy program at EPI about those numbers and about where they're headed.

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