Cisneros, Henry

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Cisneros, Henry (Gabriel)

(1947–  ) mayor, cabinet official; born in San Antonio, Texas. As mayor of his native city (1982–90) he gained a national reputation for being both a Latino and a progressive in charge of a good-sized American city. He wrote several books, including Target '90: Goals & Decisions for San Antonio's Future. In 1993, President Bill Clinton named him secretary of Housing and Urban Affairs.
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and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros.
NLC's Hispanic Elected Local Officials (HELO) constituency group and the League of California Cities--Latino Caucus recently recognized Henry Cisneros, former secretary of housing and urban development and a past president of NLC, as a HELO National Leadership Honoree.
To pass something by 66 percent, you can have almost no negative voices,'' said Henry Cisneros, former U.
Bush's housing secretary, Jack Kemp, and expanded by Kemp's successor during the Bill Clinton administration, Henry Cisneros.
Henry Cisneros, the former Department of Housing & Urban Development secretary during the Clinton administration, said Little Rock boasts several key ingredients for a vibrant downtown and could be another of the South's major hubs in the next 20 years.
I believe every child in Texas deserves a K-12 education at least equal to what San Antonio's illustrious Mayor Henry Cisneros had, and that was all private, all Catholic.
The Clintons' ex-business partner, Susan McDougal, was also pardoned, as was former senior aide Henry Cisneros, who was convicted of making false statements to FBI agents about cash paid to a mistress.