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Health Care and Hispanic Vote

AIR DATE: September 10, 2009

First, President Barack Obama will be outlining his health care reform plans tonight but what will they mean for Southern Nevada? Professor Chris Cochrane of UNLV joins us to explain what would happen in Southern Nevada if the President's plan is enacted.

Then, Hispanics played a large part in the 2008 presidential election. And now one group is looking ahead to the 2010 races. The Hispanic Institute in Washington D.C. kicked off their Nevada Registration Project 2010 aimed at boosting Hispanic voter registration in Nevada. Andres Ramirez, Project Manager for The Hispanic Institute and Artie Blanco, Field Director for the project will tell us why they are staring the push now, and why Nevada will play a key role in 2010.

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