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Immigration: Conservative and Economic Solutions to Act Now

November 19, 2014

The Washington Times released, “Immigration: Conservative and Economic Solutions to Act Now,” on November 19th, 2014 bringing together business and conservative leaders and more than 100 Republican donors to call on the new Congress to reform our immigration system. Read excerpts of the op-eds from leaders and organizations featured in The Washington Times new section.

Shared Values

November 13, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy, The Latino Coalition, and the American Principles in Action Latino Partnership’s new report, “Shared Values: How Immigrants Align with the Republican and Democratic Parties on Social Values Issues,” analyzed the social and political views held by the 18.6 million immigrant citizens in America and found that foreign-born citizens are…

Hispanic Leaders for Immigration Reform Coalition

November 13, 2014

The Partnership is excited to announce the launch of a coalition of conservative Hispanic leaders in support of immigration reform. The launch of the coalition marks the beginning of the Partnership’s Hispanic Engagement campaign. Over the next few months, the Partnership will focus on the contributions of Hispanic immigrants and the need for immigration reform as a key issue…

The Changing Face of the Nation

October 23, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new research brief, The Changing Face of the Nation: How Hispanic and Asian Voters Could Reshape the Electorate in Key States, shows how an increasing number of Hispanic and Asian voters could shift the electorate in 18 key states across the country by 2020. Key findings include: There are currently more than 13.2 million unregistered…

Staying Covered: How Immigrants Have Prolonged the Solvency of One of Medicare’s Key Trust Funds and Subsidized Care for U.S. Seniors

August 6, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new report, Staying Covered: How Immigrants Have Prolonged the Solvency of One of Medicare’s Key Trust Funds and Subsidized Care for U.S. Seniors, shows that immigrants are key contributors to Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, a pool of money covering hospital and home health care for 50 million Americans. Key report…

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