“During Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize the Hispanic and Latino communities in the state of Utah, whose love of family, strong work ethic, and willingness to share their heritage and traditions have made our state a more inclusive state and a better place to live.”
“Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Here in Illinois, we know our diversity is our strength. We’re proud to take this time to reflect and celebrate the people, traditions, and contributions of our Hispanic community.”
“In every corner of our State, Hispanic and Latino Americans have filled our communities with rich traditions and abundant culture, and the Silver State is proud to recognize their many contributions to our State and nation during Hispanic Heritage Month.”
“This month and every month, let us honor and celebrate the contributions of Latino communities to our California story through the centuries and for generations to come.”
“During National Hispanic Heritage Month we recognize and celebrate the many contributions of Hispanic Americans.”
“Colorado is excited to celebrate Latino voices during Hispanic Heritage Month! We look forward to recognizing our community members from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America and Spain or who have Hispanic heritage.”
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Americans need to disagree better. And by that we don’t mean that we need to be nicer to each other, although that’s helpful. We need to learn to disagree in a way that allows us to find solutions and solve problems instead of endlessly bickering.
The Disagree Better initiative will look at the problems of polarization, elevate the solutions that groups around the country are already implementing, and feature Governors showing what disagreeing better looks like.Through healthy conflict, we’re confident that we can find common ground and improve our families, our communities and our nation. Together, we can disagree better.
– Utah Governor Spencer Cox, NGA Chair
State Workforce Leaders Explore Opportunities for Strategic Leadership at NGA Summer Workforce Symposium in Fargo
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