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    THERE IS NO AMERICAN AGENDA WITHOUT A LATINO AGENDA

    The UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative addresses the most critical domestic policy challenges facing Latinos and other communities of color through research, advocacy, mobilization, and leadership development to expand genuine opportunity for all Americans.
    About Us
    Voting Rights Project

    Recent Projects & Reports

    Sacramento Policy Briefing Luncheon
    Policy Briefing & Webinar Education

    Sacramento Policy Briefing Luncheon

    Latino and Asian Households in California Are Behind on Rent and Behind in Access to State Relief Program
    Policy Report COVID-19

    Latino and Asian Households in California Are Behind on Rent and Behind in Access to State Relief Program

    LATINO CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY PRIORITIES
    Policy Report Criminal Justice

    LATINO CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY PRIORITIES

    A Change of Plans: How the Pandemic Affected Students of Color and their Plans for Higher Education
    Policy Report COVID-19

    A Change of Plans: How the Pandemic Affected Students of Color and their Plans for Higher Education

    Voting Rights Project

    Voting Rights Project

    The UCLA Voting Rights Project is the flagship project of the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative aimed at creating an accessible and equitable system of voting for all Americans through impact litigation, research, and clinical education to expand access to the ballot box.

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    Recent News & Press

    UCLA Latino Applied Policy Research Awards 2022-2023
    Mobility & Opportunity

    UCLA Latino Applied Policy Research Awards 2022-2023

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    Sonja Diaz in Los Angeles Times: “Karen Bass and Rick Caruso in dead heat, L.A. mayoral poll finds”
    Democracy & Voting Rights

    Sonja Diaz in Los Angeles Times: “Karen Bass and Rick Caruso in dead heat, L.A. mayoral poll finds”

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    NEW RESEARCH DEMONSTRATES ADVERSE IMPACT ON LATINOS DUE TO ELIMINATING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT’S INDIVIDUAL MANDATE PROVISION
    Health

    NEW RESEARCH DEMONSTRATES ADVERSE IMPACT ON LATINOS DUE TO ELIMINATING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT’S INDIVIDUAL MANDATE PROVISION

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    Arturo Vargas Bustamante in Cal Matters: “As California expands Medi-Cal, hundreds of thousands of immigrants will still be left behind”
    Health

    Arturo Vargas Bustamante in Cal Matters: “As California expands Medi-Cal, hundreds of thousands of immigrants will still be left behind”

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