Three Ads You Won’t See During the Super Bowl, But You Should Still Watch

January 28, 2015

This Sunday, some of the biggest brands in the country will interrupt the bathroom breaks of more than one hundred million viewers with clever television ads. We thought we’d save the money and your bladders by sharing three ads in advance that demonstrate the impact immigrants have on important U.S. industries.   Shredding Opportunity  …

2014 Highlights from the Partnership

December 29, 2014

This past year has been a busy one for the Partnership for a New American Economy. Our research arm produced a dozen research reports and more than 40 polls. Our field operation engaged business leaders, conservatives, faith leaders, donors, and other influential leaders in 67 congressional districts across more than two-dozen states. And our new…

Passport to Future Economic Growth

December 15, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new report, “Passport to Future Economic Growth: How Expanding the Visa Waiver Program Will Strengthen the U.S. Economy and Create American Tourism Jobs,” shows that smarter tourist visa laws would add more than $7.5 billion in U.S. revenue and 50,000 U.S. jobs within 5 years. Key findings include: The Visa Waiver…

How America’s Visa Laws Affect the Travel Industry

December 15, 2014

International tourists are significant revenue generators, and their travel to the United States creates American jobs. But the country’s visa laws make it difficult for international tourists to visit America, having negative consequences for hotels, restaurants, and small businesses that are part of the travel industry in communities across the country. Watch the Partnership’s new ad below to…

The Power of the Purse: The Contributions of Hispanics to America’s Spending Power and Tax Revenues in 2013

December 11, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new report, “The Power of the Purse: The Contributions of Hispanics to America’s Spending Power and Tax Revenues in 2013,” highlights the important role that both native and foreign-born Hispanics play as consumers and taxpayers, as well as their contributions to Medicare and Social Security programs. Key findings include: Hispanic…

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