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Leading GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney has a mixed set of endorsements that don’t fully illustrate his positions on immigration. More …
A Pew Hispanic Center report about the country-of-origin of Hispanics in 30 U.S. metropolitan areas More… indicates that Hispanics of Mexican, Puerto Rican and Cuban origin or descent remain the nation’s three largest Hispanic groups, but diversity within the Latino community is increasing.
Over the last decade, people of Salvadoran origin,
The growing participation of Latino voters shows a heightened responsibility and a need to continue voter reform efforts to further boost Latino voter participation. That’s the message the Progressive States Network is taking from new Pew Hispanic Center data. #
A Pew Hispanic Center report More… released Tuesday indicates that a
Despite the boom in America’s Hispanic population over the past decade, a recent Pew Hispanic Center report More…shows that surge (35.3 million to 50.5 million people between 2000 and 2010) is not reflected in Latino voting totals, which increased from 13.2 million to 21.3 million people between 2000 and 2010.
A report released this month aims to help state legislators considering Arizona-style immigration-enforcement bills answer this question: If S.B. 1070-type laws accomplish the declared goal of driving out all undocumented immigrants, what effect would it have on state economies? #
This report comes when Florida Republican legislators in both chambers