The LIBRE Initiative Launches Telehealth and HSA Campaign

The LIBRE Initiative Launches Telehealth and HSA Campaign Campaign Includes Digital Advertisements in Several States & Coalition Letter in Support of Telehealth and HSAs (Arlington, VA) – Today, The LIBRE Initiative, an organization committed to empowering the Hispanic community, announced plans to launch a multi-state digital advertisement campaign to educate the Latino community about the … Read More

ICYMI: Univision Atlanta Covers The LIBRE Initiative-Georgia’s Efforts to Pass Food Truck Deregulation Bill

HB 1443 will help food trucks better serve the community ATLANTA, GA—Yesterday, Univision Atlanta interviewed David Casas, Director of Grassroots Operations for The LIBRE Initiative-Georgia, and a local food truck owner about HB 1443, a bill that will reduce barriers and costs for mobile food service establishments, such as food trucks, to operate in Georgia. … Read More

The LIBRE Initiative Announces College Chapter at University of New Mexico

Grassroots group engages the future generation of our communities, state, and nation  ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE), a national organization dedicated to empowering the Hispanic community, announced the launch of a new chapter at the University of New Mexico (UNM) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Through movie events, community outreach, days of action, events … Read More

Unfounded Lawsuit Against TABOR is Finally Dead

(DENVER, CO) – Today, Americans for Prosperity and The LIBRE Initiative responded to the end of the decade-long lawsuit attempting to condemn Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) unconstitutional. Jesse Mallory, State Director for Americans for Prosperity-Colorado, released the following statement: “Although we are pleased to see that anti-TABOR proponents will no longer continue pushing through their junk … Read More

Georgia Educational Freedom Act Would be Transformative for Georgia’s Education System

SB601 would empower and fund families directly   ATLANTA, GA – Today, The LIBRE Initiative, an organization committed to empowering the U.S. Hispanic community, announced its support for Georgia’s SB601, the Georgia Educational Freedom Act, sponsored by Sen. Miller, Sen. Dixon, and Sen. Mullis. This legislation would establish promise scholarship accounts to empower families directly … Read More

ICYMI: The Hill Covers AFP, LIBRE Campaign to Promote Immigration Deal

Arlington, VA – The Hill wrote an exclusive on The LIBRE Initiative and Americans for Prosperity’s announcement to launch a comprehensive campaign targeting U.S. lawmakers to mobilize them to reach a deal on immigration reform to address pressing issues facing our country: border security, uncertainty for Dreamers, and the economic and workforce situation in our … Read More

Stronger U.S. Campaign Targets Lawmakers for Deal on Immigration

Campaign polling shows voter support; Groups look to spend up to a million for initial push Arlington, VA – Today, The LIBRE Initiative and Americans for Prosperity launched a comprehensive, initial campaign calling on lawmakers to start working toward an immigration solution that addresses pressing issues facing the Country today: security at our border, the … Read More

New Bipartisan Coalition Urges Immigration Reform Ahead of 2022 Midterms: ‘We Can No Longer Afford to Delay’

In letter to congressional leaders, coalition notes that 93% of voters support reforms ARLINGTON, VA. – Today The LIBRE Initiative and Americans for Prosperity joined a diverse group of nearly 30 organizations to announce a new coalition, the Alliance for a New Immigration Consensus (“ANIC”), to call for bipartisan legislative solutions on immigration and border security during the … Read More

Education Savings Account Bills Die in Committees, Killing New Mexico Families’ Hopes This Session

New Mexico Needs More Education Leaders Like Rep. Dow and Sen. Brandt ALBUQUERQUE, NM—New Mexico’s legislative session drew to a close without hearing Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) bills SB210 and SJR14 in their respective committees. The bills were sponsored by Senator Craig Brandt and Representative Rebecca Dow—two lawmakers who continue to be leaders on increasing … Read More

New Legislation Will Make it Easier for Food Trucks to Serve Georgia’s Communities

The top industry for Latino entrepreneurs is food service ATLANTA, GA—Today, HB 1443, a bill that will reduce barriers for mobile food service establishments, such as food trucks, to operate in Georgia, was introduced in Georgia’s House Agricultural Committee. Currently, Georgia state code limits the Department of Public Health and local county boards from requiring … Read More