Latino Pulse: Is President Trump Reaching out to Hispanics?

Latino Pulse: Is President Trump Reaching out to Hispanics? May 5th, 2017 By: Patricia Guadalupe WASHINGTON - It's been more than three months since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the nation's 45th president. For many Latino leaders, the talk inevitably turns to the issue of the administration's policies and its Hispanic outreach. Alex Veras, a

The Latino Coalition Chairman Hector Barreto: “The American Health Care Act Will Help Small Business”

The Latino Coalition Chairman Hector Barreto: ‘The American Health Care Act Will Help Small Business’     WASHINGTON, DC – The Latino Coalition (TLC), the leading national non-partisan advocacy organization representing Hispanic businesses and consumers, issued the following statement regarding the American Health Care Act:  “Repealing and replacing Obamacare is essential for the vitality of

The Latino Coalition Chairman Hector Barreto: ‘Jovita Carranza is a stellar choice for Treasurer of the United States’

The Latino Coalition Chairman Hector Barreto: ‘Jovita Carranza is a stellar choice for Treasurer of the United States’ WASHINGTON, DC- The Latino Coalition (TLC), the leading national non-partisan advocacy organization representing Hispanic businesses and consumers, issued the following statement regarding the appointment of Jovita Carranza as Treasurer of the United States: “Jovita

Go Big on Small Business: Opinion

Go Big on Small Business: Opinion  May 1, 2017 By: Hector Barreto In order to make the most of his next 100 days in office, President Donald Trump must find more common ground within the Republican Party and find ways to appeal to a broader segment of voters, beyond his base. I suggest a

Trump takes Washington- Who are the Top Latinos?

Trump Takes Washington-Who are the Top Latinos?  By: Patricia Guadalupe Vice President Mike Pence had a clear message for Latinos, that the Trump Administration would keep its campaign promises. “And we’re just getting started,” he concluded. Pence spoke at an event sponsored by the Latino Coalition called the “Make Small Business Great Again