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NCLR Survey of Latino Voters on the Federal Budget, May 2013
In the ongoing debate over the federal budget, Latino voters want Congress to put families above politics, according to a survey conducted by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR). On May 9-11, 2013, NCLR polled more than ...
Latinos and the Federal Budget:& Don’t Undercut Our Future
We urge Congress to stop the devastating automatic budget cuts due to hit on March 1. Any further deficit reduction should come from closing tax loopholes that benefit the top 2% and wealthy corporations, not by cutting ...
Emergency Managers Tool Kit: Meeting the Needs of Latino Communities
Emergency managers and other emergency responders need to ensure that the Latino/Hispanic residents of their cities, counties, and states receive needed information and assistance to prepare for, survive, and recover from ...
Investing in Our Future: The State of Latino Children and Youth—Transcript
As Latino children and youth continue to drive the growth of the Latino community and the nation as a whole, these publications provide an overview of the most pressing issues for this population as they were addressed at ...
Invest in Latino Workers for a Stronger Economy
Policy recommendations to create jobs and improve employment opportunities for Latinos
Election-Eve Poll of Latino Voters, Latino Decisions/NCLR/AV/SEIU
Latino Decisions Election Eve Poll Results for all 8 States Compared state-by-state Nov. 2, 2010
NCLR Principles on the Federal Budget
The federal budget is a reflection of the highest priorities of our society. Decisions our country makes about where to invest its dollars will determine what kind of future we create for the next generation. Hispanics, ...
Weak Economy Means Rising Poverty Levels Among Latino Families
On September 13, 2011, the U.S. Census Bureau released new data measuring poverty in the U.S. during 2010. The statistics show large increases in poverty among all Americans, which reflects the weak economic recovery and ...
Social Security: What the Latino Community Should Know
IT'S YOUR MONEY, IT'S YOUR FUTURE
Latino Policy Priorities for Energy and Climate Change
As the fastest-growing segment of the workforce—and among the hardest hit by the recession—Latinos have much at stake in the design and implementation of new federal energy and climate change policies. The aspects of the ...