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Latino Voters Want Jobs, Not Cuts
The stakes for Latino employment and the debate over the federal budget.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: No Bargain for Low-Wage Workers
After several years of annual declines in profits in the retail industry, both a cause and effect of the U.S. economic recession, retail companies in the United States still form a part of one of the nation's largest ...
The Meaning of Medicaid: An Updated 2010 State-by-State Breakdown
Medicaid and its sister program, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), buffer millions of Latinos and other vulnerable Americans from uninsurance. Private health coverage, obtained through the workplace or ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latinos in the Poultry Industry
Poultry processing is notorious for its high injury rates, which hurt workers' hands, wrists, and backs. A new proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Agriculture would increase the risks to workers in the name of food safety.
Michigan by the Numbers
Download this fact sheet for information on Latinos and health coverage in Michigan.
Hawaii by the Numbers
Download this fact sheet for information on Latinos and health coverage in Hawaii.
Idaho by the Numbers
Download this fact sheet for information on Latinos and health coverage in Idaho.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: The Price of Luxury
Latinos represent a significant share of workers in the hotel and accommodation industry. This industry has posted mainly positive employment growth over the past six months. However, low wage and high injury rates for ...
The “American Jobs Act of 2011”
This document highlights encouraging programs in the President's American Jobs Act (S.1549)—a first step toward a long-term vision for a better economy. This pending legislation holds promise for Latino workers and families.
Toward a More Vibrant and Youthful Nation: Latino Children in the 2010 Census
Two of the biggest stories to emerge from the 2010 Census have been the growing diversity of America's youth population and the critical role that today's minority children will play in our nation's future. Over the past ...