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State of Hispanic America: Striving for Equitable Opportunity
In this brief, NCLR analyzes key themes related to the U.S. Latino population that were included in President Obama's 2015 State of the Union address.
Preliminary Findings: Focus Groups on Access to Health Care for Mixed-Status Families
Although the vast majority (90%) are U.S.-born citizens, Hispanic children are highly likely to hail from immigrant families.
Letter to President Bush on NCLR Budget FY 2008
Letter to Mr. Presidente Bush
A Quick and Easy Guide: The Appropriations and Budget Process
The poor economy, a tight federal budget, and less foundation money make engagement in the federal budget and appropriations process more critical this year.
Letter to Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer Urging ‘No’ Vote on Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
This legislation would cut taxes for the richest Americans and largest corporations, balloon the deficit by at least $1.4 trillion, and harm millions of working families, seniors, and children.
Now Is the Time to Remove State Barriers to Hispanic Relief and Recovery in Florida
UnidosUS's letter to Florida’s governor and state leaders regarding the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Florida’s Hispanic/Latinx communities and recommendations on how state-level agencies can help mitigate them.