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Inside the May 2010 Issue

Hispanic Business Magazine Hosts Annual 'Woman of the Year' Awards Luncheon

Leading Hispanic women share their secrets to success and discuss enduring issues facing Hispanic women in America. Given this year's winner -- Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana, the U.S. Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education -- education was a predominant theme. ...continue

The Stimulus Package: Where Did the Money Go?

The stimulus package has created nearly 2 million jobs, most economists agree, a quarter the amount lost in the past two years. ...continue

U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis Highlights Stimulus Success Stories

This spring, U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis traveled to Southern California to highlight a stimulus-funded program that placed 500 young adults -- including Ortiz -- into jobs. The event was part of the Obama administration's attempt to highlight stimulus success stories, in part to counteract a campaign of attacks on the stimulus bill by Republicans. The event was in Oxnard, Calif., which is situated between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. ...continue

CONSTRUCTION MARKET OPTIMISTIC: The Stimulus Package One Year Later

The $787 billion stimulus package included about $135 billion for the construction industry, by far the biggest infusion of government cash into the trade. But to date, only a fraction of the $135 billion -- no more than $20 billion -- has actually been spent. ...continue

The Health Care Bill has Become Law

While it's been widely reported that illegal immigrants are left out of the newly signed health law, less talked about is how the new law could actually make things worse for insured illegal immigrants -- as opposed to merely maintaining the status quo. ...continue

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