Hernando Amaya, editor of the Spanish language newspaper El Tiempo, and El Tiempo reporter Michelle Booth talk about their latest edition, including
health-care reform, the ongoing political turmoil in Honduras (an estimated 30,000 Hondurans live in the Las Vegas Valley) and the latest in the push to build the proposed high-speed rail system between Southern Nevada and Southern California.
Hernando Amaya the editor of the Spanish language newspaper, El Tiempo Libre, joins us to talk about the news that's important for Latinos in Las Vegas. He discusses the political unrest in Honduras and the United States Soccer team's
unlikely run to the finals of the international Confederations Cup.
Michael Ginsburg, Community Organizer, PLAN
Jennifer Bolton, VP Board, Gay and Lesbian Ctr of Southern NV
Janine Hansen, Citizen Lobbyist, NV Families
Richard Ziser, Chair, NV Concerned Citizens
Gary Peck, Exec Dir, NV ACLU