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The Impact of Dual Tracking on Communities of Color
Lautaro Lot Diaz testifies before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about the impact of dual tracking on communities of color.
Leveling the Playing Field: The Effect of the Tax Code on Inequity
UnidosUS Testimony Presented at the Hearing on Individual Tax Reform. Submitted to U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Tax Policy on July 18, 2017.
Children's Health Insurance Program: Funding Reauthorization
UnidosUS Testimony submitted to U.S. Senate Committee on Finance on September 15, 2017.
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: A Missed Opportunity for Latino-Owned Businesses and Latino Workers
Republican leadership in Congress and the Trump Administration missed an opportunity to fuel economic mobility for working people. Instead, Congress passed and President Trump signed, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) which ...
Unscoreable: How the Credit Reporting Agencies Exclude Latinos, Younger Consumers, Low-Income Consumers, and Immigrants
This written statement focuses on how the credit scoring system is biased against low-income consumers, consumers of color, younger consumers, and immigrants through information and stories from our Affiliates. It also ...
How Latino Families are Faring in Today’s Economy
This statement for the record focuses on select demographic and economic well-being indicators—including employment and job quality, wealth and income, and housing—to understand how Latinos have fared in the decade since ...
Protecting Dreamers and TPS Recipients
Testimony Submitted to the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary
Discrimination Against Latinos in Auto Lending
This written statement focuses on how Latinos are affected by the auto loan industry and its pattern and practice of discriminatory lending—especially regarding indirect auto lending and dealer markup practices. It also ...
The State of, and Barriers to, Latino Homeownership
This statement provides a brief history of Latinos’ access to homeownership and identifies three barriers the community currently faces in accessing homeownership.
UnidosUS Testimony: Markup by the U.S. House Committee on The Judiciary of H.R. 2820, the "Dream Act of 2019"; H.R. 2821, the "American Promise Act of 2019"; and H.R. 549, the "Venezuela TPS Act of 2019."
This statement for the record is intended to express our support for H.R. 2820, the "Dream Act of 2019" and H.R. 2821, the "American Promise Act of 2019. Congress must grant these individuals, their families, and their ...