- Associated Press - Friday, September 23, 2016

CHESTER, Va. (AP) - Virginia officials will meet with more than 250 Latino community and business leaders from across the state next month to discuss education, criminal justice reform and other issues.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe will host the state’s second Latino Summit on Oct. 6 at John Tyler Community College’s Chester Campus.

State officials and Hispanic leaders will talk about a range of issues important to their communities, including education reforms and increasing civic participation.

Virginia’s secretary of education, secretary of the commonwealth and commissioner of the department of elections are all expected to address the group.


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