Vallejos: Don’t persecute chaplain for practicing his faith.

Can a person of faith serve in the military? As a retired military veteran, a Hispanic, and a man of deep faith, I was shaken to my core after reading a recent story about Chaplain (Capt.) Sonny Hernandez coming under fire for sharing commonly held biblical principles with his fellow Air Force service members (“Air …

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Latinos Need Educational Options in Tennessee

Latino families are not satisfied with the educational status quo, and Latinos for Tennessee believes that all Tennessee families should be empowered to find the best education possible for their children. Education policy should feature competition , innovation, and accountability at the state level. All options should have a place in our education system: public, …

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Latinos for Tennessee, American Federation for Children Announce Partnership in Support of School Choice

For Immediate Release August 21, 2017 Nashville, Tennessee – Latinos for Tennessee, a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting faith, family, freedom and fiscal responsibility to the Latino community in Tennessee, is proud to announce its collaboration with American Federation for Children (AFC), a grassroots advocacy organization working to improve our nation’s K-12 education by …

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