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Hispanic advocacy

Recent statements involving La Raza

Medicaid is the primary source of health insurance for 41.7 percent of Hispanic children in Georgia.

Recent stories featuring La Raza

Truth-O-Meter takes a bite out of politics. And pit bulls.:

Thank goodness the Truth-O-Meter’s a polymath. PolitiFact Georgia relied on its encyclopedic knowledge to tackle subjects as utterly unrelated as pit bull aggression and health care reform.

Rulings varied. La Raza, a Hispanic issues advocacy group, earned a True for its claim on the percent of Latino children on Medicaid. U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey earned a False for his claims that a federal health care board can kill you. A DeKalb County commissioner earned a Mostly True on those controversial canines. Former Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Beverly Hall earned a False.

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