During a visit this week with his Mexican counterpart Vicente Fox, President George W. Bush is expected to sketch out the most sweeping immigration reform in 15 years, a plan that could legalize millions of undocumented workers.

The National Urban League, the National Council of La Raza, and the National Women's Law Center disputed claims by the Heritage Foundation that minorities and women would be better off if Social Security were privatized.

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission took an important step toward advancing ICO's proposal to bring broadband communications services to rural and underserved customers in the United States and around the world.

The 2000 census undercount could result in a federal funding loss of more than $4 billion in 31 states and the District of Columbia, with a majority of the funds lost ($3.6 billion) in 58 of the nation's largest counties over the next ten years, according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) traditionally supports immigration policies that are generous, fair, and humane. In the area of immigration control, NCLR takes the position that, as a sovereign nation, the United States can and should control its borders.

Recognizing the special importance of Social Security to women and the need for Hispanic women to have access to timely, accurate information about their rights to benefits under the program, the Social Security Administration (SSA) unveiled a new website, “Para la Mujer” (“For Women”).

This report discusses the Office of National Drug Control Policy's (ONDCP) advertising contract for Phase III of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is truly appalled by the bigoted and offensive remarks that Rep. James V. Hansen (R-Utah), Chairman of the House Resources Committee, made about Puerto Rico in an interview with National Public Radio last week. With respect to the situation in Vieques, Rep.

MANA, A National Latina Organization (MANA), joined more than a dozen other Hispanic groups in outlining the need for high-speed Internet connections to reach all U.S.

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) gave its strong endorsement of the End Racial Profiling Act of 2001.

The Farm Credit System Foundation, Inc., has just made available its Barriers to Success Survey in a Spanish-language version and is extending the survey period until September 1.

While racial profiling, stories of excessive force and most recently, the shooting of an unarmed black man in Cincinnati, Ohio have eroded confidence in police departments across the country, a new report released by PolicyLink, in partnership with the Advancement Project, has sparked hope in com

The Federal Trade Commission released a follow-up report to its September 2000 Report, Marketing Violent Entertainment to Children: A Review of Self-Regulation and Industry Practices in the Motion Picture, Music Recording & Electronic Game Industries ("the Report").

The Florida Department of Health (DOH) has awarded grants up to $24,999 to community groups statewide to create programs and materials that will raise awareness about the dangers of tobacco use among minority youth.

A year after President Clinton challenged corporate America to address the issue, only one-third of Americans believe businesses and government are adequately addressing the so-called "digital divide" between the country’s computer-age haves and have-nots.