Translation of hot button in Spanish:

hot button

punto caliente, n.

noun

US
informal

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    punto caliente masculine
    • It's just one hot button topic the nominee can expect to be grilled about when he fronts the Senate's Judiciary Committee.
    • King had a knack for finding San Francisco's hot button issues and weaving them together to depict the city as being in grave danger from vice and political corruption.
    • How will campaign finance reform and other hot button issues impact the fight for control of the House and Senate next year?
    • This is particularly timely - I think that too many hot button issues are framed in moral terms when dealing with them practically begs for a more detached approach.
    • Everyone pretty much knows that the looming fight over judges is actually a fight over the right to abortion, affirmative action, and a few other hot button issues.
    • It's a hot button issue and just about everyone has a strong opinion.
    • People don't think that politics can be absolutely hilarious, and getting involved politically doesn't have to be about arguing about hot button issues.
    • And illegal immigrants in America, it's a hot button election issue, but what it's like for the people caught between the two countries?
    • Also widely held is the notion that religion played a great part in what these moral issues were, i.e. gay marriage, abortion, and various other hot button issues.
    • Crime is the hot button issue of modern politics, generating more heat than any other topic.
    • The economy was one of several hot button issues during the campaign.
    • For years judges have been dancing around hot button issues in their confirmation hearings.
    • Edwards has also refused to wink in regard to the hot button issue of affirmative action.
    • When a law and order former prosecutor and a crusading civil rights defense attorney team up on a hot button issue - you know it's an idea whose time has come.
    • By far the hottest of the hot button issues addressed at the conference are border control and immigration.
    • In 1968, Richard Nixon fine-tuned the strategy, picked the hot button issues of bussing, and quotas, adopted the policy of benign neglect and subtly stoked white racial fears.
    • Even on the hot button issue of crime, the Democrats managed to pull even in the last decade.
    • What does this mean when it comes to hot button issues like decency, the Internet over electrical lines and, of course, deregulation of media companies?
    • A revolution that was settled, scientifically, over a century ago, is still a hot button issue in the United States.
    • Gay marriage, it was one of the hot button issues in the presidential election.