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Welfare Reform, TANF Caseload Changes, and Latinos: A Preliminary Assessment
This issue brief highlights the changes in TANF caseloads for Hispanic women and children nationwide, offers a preliminary assessment of implementation thus far, and reviews the caseload status in Puerto Rico and the three ...
Hispanic Families and The Earned Income Tax Credit
This issue brief is intended to bring attention to the importance of the EITC to Hispanic and other low-wage workers and outline several important steps toward improving the credit for families. The issue brief provides ...
Financial Services and Hispanic Americans
This issue brief is intended to bring attention to the financial service needs of the broader Latino community, present available research and data, and prescribe several steps that the financial services industry, public ...
The Latino Vote in the 90s
In 1996, Hispanics were the only group of American voters whose turnout at the polls increased. In 1998, Hispanic voters provided the margin of victory in races across the country, especially in California and New York. ...