‘Tony Vargas’ Immigration And His Own Laws

In COVID-19, News, South Omaha, on March 24th, 2021

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LINCOLN – Senator Vargas talks about Immigration under the Biden administration. Also, during the pandemic he noted that each local health department in Nebraska behaves differently and that local leaders must make decisions that work best.

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Strategies to Combat The Pandemic a The Kroc Center

In Feature, News, South Omaha, on February 3rd, 2021

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OMAHA – When schools closed in March, more parents were looking for a place to safely leave their children.

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Covid-19 Takes Brother

In Awarness, COVID-19, News, South Omaha, on November 20th, 2020

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OMAHA – On August 11, at the age of 55, Leon lost the battle against COVID-19 in a hospital in Alabama. Sabino Garcia Lopez is one of Leon’s two younger brothers. He lives in Omaha and had been receiving phone calls to update him on his brother’s health. On the morning of August 11, Sabino received the call that doctors tried to revive his brother, but it was not enough.

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Presidential Candidates; What to Expect in 2021 Regarding Immigration

In Elections 2020, News, South Omaha, on October 27th, 2020

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OMAHA – An immigration attorney who works for an omaha nonprofit organization hopes for changes that could benefit immigrant families.

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Senator Vargas, Hoping For A Second Term

In Election 2010, News, South Omaha, on October 21st, 2020

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OMAHA -Senator Tony Vargas’ main focus is helping the working class, those living on the poverty line, education and health care.

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ACLU Sues City of Omaha, Police Chief and Capitan Part 2

In BLM, News, North Omaha, South Omaha, on October 12th, 2020

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Maxwell is another one of the eight plaintiffs who are participating in the collective lawsuit against the city of Omaha, the chief, and the captain of the police, because of the mass arrest that happened in Farnam street at the end of July.

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