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2018-11

Equal non-discriminatory Federal treatment for Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in natural disaster recovery efforts

2018-04

Repeal the Coastwise Restrictions of the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, Also Known as the Jones Act

2018-25

Prevention of Deceptive Healthcare Lawsuit Advertisements

2018-26

Prostate Cancer Awareness

2018-27

Improved Universal Sex Education Including Consent

2004-1

NHCSL Resolution on Closing the Gaps for Hispanic and African American Students

2004-2

Encouraging Carriage of HITN Educational Television Network Resolution

2005-1

NHCSL Supports Video Choice and Competition in the Hispanic Community

2005-2

Student Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators

2005-3

Healthy Child Initiative

2005-4

Supporting the Adequate Funding of the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

2005-5

Multiple Criteria Assessment and High Stakes Testing National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators

2006-1

National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators Calls on Congress and the FCC to Draft Legislation and Regulation to Encourage the Rapid Deployment of Broadband Networks Without Net Neutrality Amendments

2006-2

National Hispanic Caucus Of State Legislators Supports A Partnership With The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

2006-3

National Hispanic Caucus Of State Legislators Support A Resolution To Provide Free Tax Filing For Low-Income, Disadvantaged, Underserved And Working Poor

2006-4

National Hispanic Caucus Of State Legislators Support Darfur Resolution To Take Immediate Action To Stop The Campaign Of Racial Extermination Against The Ethnically Distinct Black African Population Of Darfur

2006-5

National Hispanic Caucus Of State Legislators (NHCSL) Supports A Resolution To End Cervical Cancer In Our Lifetime

2006-6

Resolution Condemning the "Border Protection, Anti-Terrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act" H.R. 4437 - and Affirming Commitment to Providing a Safe, Healthy and Dignified Place to Live for All Residents, Regardless of Immigration Status

2006-7

National Hispanic Caucus Of State Legislators Support A Resolution Calling For A New Bottom Line In Reducing The Harms Of Drug Abuse

2006-8

National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators Supports a Resolution on the Inclusion of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the other U.S. territories in all the Surveys Performed in the Fifty States by the U.S. Census Bureau