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Texas hispanics dying at an alarming rate in Iraq

Juan Castillo and Bill Bishop of the Austin American-Statesman studied military deaths from the war in Iraq to find that "Hispanic Texans are dying in Iraq at a rate more than 60 percent higher than the rate for the nation's military-age population as a whole." Texas Hispanics and rural Americans serving in Iraq have some of the highest mortality rates. Statistican Robert Cushing did the analysis for the paper.

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