Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Thursday framed the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the healthcare law as evidence that President Obama violated a campaign promise not to raise taxes on the middle class.
In a largely unexpected turn, the U.S. Supreme Court declared nearly the entire Affordable Care Act a constitutional and fully legal shift in the American health care system.
A new survey finds Latinos are among the groups who place the most emphasis on education as they weigh candidates and issues in November’s elections.
Two hundred immigrant workers, their wives, husbands, children and hundreds of supporters marched through downtown Berkeley February 17, protesting their firing from Pacific Steel Castings.
The Greater Houston Partnership released a report yesterday that said legalizing the area’s undocumented workers could act as its own little stimulus to the local economies.
While many Americans believe illegal immigrants don't pay taxes, billions of dollars deducted from paychecks issued to undocumented workers.
A bi-partisan group of California leaders filed an initiative that would establish a pilot program for undocumented workers, which would require them to pay state income taxes.
Alabama’s H.B. 56, signed into law on June 9, 2011, is the nation’s harshest anti-immigrant law. Here are the 100 reasons why this law is becoming a train wreck for the state in every way imaginable
The Chicago area’s Latino population is becoming an increasingly vital contributor to the local economy, disputing a perception that Latinos tend to take more than they contribute to society, a new report claims.
Hispanics are the fastest-growing demographic group in the U.S. They're also among the least likely to invest and keep money in 401(k)s and other retirement-savings accounts, recent reports show.
Republicans are not deaf and dumb. They realize Latinos are the fastest-growing ethnic group in America, their problem is that reaching out to Latinos will have to mean more than the lip service California Republicans have given Hispanic voters over that time. Lip service there has been aplenty.
On the Mario Solis-Marich Show, Mario played an interview that he conducted with Mellon fortune heir, James Mellon. James Mellon used the interview to bash the current banking system, call for more regulation and say that he agrees with Obama’s proposed tax policy.
This week Senator Marco Rubio visited California in a highly anticipated trip to the Ronald Reagan library. Senator Rubio may be trying to fashion himself as a Reagan incarnate, but when it comes to policy, there are glaring discrepancies between the two leaders.
Regarding the issues that most concern Latinos, the survey found that 43 percent feel that those issues are jobs and the economy; 36 percent feel that the top issue is immigration reform and 20 percent said that it is access to education or reform of the educational system.