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Editorial: A New Era Begins

La Opinin, Posted: Jan 20, 2009

LOS ANGELES -- An editorial in La Opinin calls inauguration day "a day of celebration almost impossible to describe." For minority communities this day has a very special flavor, editors write. No longer will they feel, or be, invisible. Voters believed in a present that many felt would never come. Difficult days still lie ahead, editors write. "But that does not dampen the pride that we feel today... This Tuesday we celebrate the beginning of a new era for the United States."

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