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Hispanic Legislators
Hispanic Legislators

AIR DATE: December 10, 2010

In the November election Latinos gained 6 seats in the Nevada legislature bringing the total number of Hispanics holding office in Nevada to 8. They are all Democrats. We talk with four of them about the growing influence of Hispanics in Nevada politics as well as their stance on the budget and other state issues.

Lucy Flores, assembly representative, District 28
Richard Carrillo, assembly representative, District 18
Irene Bustamante-Adams, assembly representative, District 42
Teresa Benitez-Thompson, assembly representative, District 27
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