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Hispanic Leadership Fund’s PAC Endorses Rep. Valadao for U.S. House

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Hispanic Leadership Fund’s Political Action Committee (PAC) today announced the endorsement of Representative David Valadao in California’s 21st Congressional District.   “Rep. Valadao has been a consistent voice for working families in California’s 21st Congressional District, and we are proud to endorse him for a third term,” said Mario H. Lopez, President of […]

Hispanic Leadership Fund’s PAC Endorses Dr. Joe Heck for Senate

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Hispanic Leadership Fund’s Political Action Committee (PAC) today announced the endorsement of Dr. Joe Heck for U.S. Senate in Nevada.   “Dr. Heck has an outstanding record of supporting a healthy economy and job creation while representing Nevadans in the U.S. House of Representatives, unlike his opponent Catherine Cortez Mastro” said Mario H. […]

Hispanic Leadership Fund’s PAC Endorses Rep. Denham for Congress

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Hispanic Leadership Fund’s Political Action Committee (PAC) today announced the endorsement of Representative Jeff Denham in California’s 10th Congressional District.   “Jeff Denham has been a consistent voice for working families in California’s 10th Congressional District, and we are proud to endorse him for a third term,” said Mario H. Lopez, President of […]

HLF Launches Ad Campaign in Senate Battleground States

Campaign Highlights Issues Critical to Latino Communities in Nevada, Florida, and Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Hispanic Leadership Fund (HLF) today announced the release of an initial round of issue ads in key states–Nevada, Florida, and Pennsylvania. The $250,000 ad buy consists of online audio ads are targeted to Latino constituents, are running in both English and Spanish, and are focused on critical issues including education, healthcare, and taxpayer […]

Another FCC Overreach that Hurts Consumers

Plan for TV Set-Top Boxes is Government at its Worst

While the FCC presses forward with its narrow minded and backwards looking ‘unlock the box’ plan to supposedly create competition for video devices, the market is hard at work actually delivering new products and choices to consumers.  The FCC claims that consumers lack choice for video devices, and yet conveniently overlooks that the many options […]

Supreme Court to Review Apple v. Samsung

WASHINGTON, D.C.–We applaud the Supreme Court’s decision to review the ruling in the design patent case between Apple and Samsung.  The lower court’s decision hinders entrepreneurship and creates significant barriers for Hispanic and other minority owned businesses, particularly small businesses.  Without reasonable limits on design patent damages, small businesses are at risk of design patent […]

Victory in Landmark Election Law Case

HLF Defends First Amendment Freedoms in Van Hollen v. Federal Election Commission

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Today the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit unanimously ruled against attempts by U.S. Representative Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) to force the Federal Election Commission to unilaterally change its donor disclosure rules, The Hispanic Leadership Fund previously filed, and the court accepted, its motion to intervene as a defendant […]

Clean Power Plan: Nevada is an Example of its Terrible Consequences

Attorney General Adam Laxalt Can Take an Important Step to Protect Families

There are many great situations to emulate the saying, “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” For President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency, that approach, when it comes to regulating carbon emissions, might come at a substantial cost to Nevada’s power grid and its people. Early on in President Obama’s administration, he […]