Friday, December 15, 2017
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Is Spectrum Really Important to Hispanics?

Hispanics are adopting technologies that use spectrum at a faster rate than any other demographic. By 2015, more will be online by mobile device than by PC.

Obama’s Black/Gay/Latino Triple Standard

The President pretty much met key gay lobby objectives. And, the competition for Latino politicos is fierce. But, Black Caucus steps back empty-handed.

President Obama’s Agenda and the Hispanic Community

The White House held a briefing outlining the President’s accomplishments for the Hispanic community as well as his plans for the future.

Chaka Burgess: ‘Standing on the Shoulders of Giants’

Chaka Burgess' career as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. is guided by a simple maxim: "be community focused and understand what you're doing impacts, and has the potential to impact, many more people who come behind you."

Butterfield Leads Democrats in Supporting AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

By letter dated June 24, 2011, Congressmen G.K. Butterfield, D-North Carolina, and Gene Green, D-Texas, led 74 of their colleagues in filing comments to the Federal Communications Commission in support of the pending AT&T/T-Mobile merger.

White House Serious About Immigration Reform?

If he is as serious and committed to immigration reform as he claims, the President will need to send a much stronger message to both Republicans and Democrats that he is serious about reforming our nation’s broken immigrations system.

2010 House Compensation Study Confirms Fears About Minority Recruitment

The minority recruitment survey confirms what many on Capitol Hill refer to as the virtually “clubbish” and racially cliquish atmosphere of the legislative branch.