Monthly Archives: March 2012

Daily Border Bulletin – GOP fears Latino revolt, On the U.S.-Mexico border, a massive CPV solar, Why is San Ysidro such a shopping mecca?

Florida Senator Marco Rubio is teaming Republican Senators from Hispanic heavy states to draft DREAM Act legislation in the Senate in hopes of avoiding a total electoral Hispanic revolt.  On the Mexican side of the U.S. Mexico border an American … Continue reading

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Daily Border Bulletin – States’ anti-illegal immigration bills hit roadblocks, A Dream Act Without the Dream, Human rights group accuses U.S. of abuses along Mexico border

Republican state legislators are struggling to pass laws this year that would give local police more powers to crack down on illegal immigrants. A New York Times Editorial highlights the key missing elements of  the in the works version of … Continue reading

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Daily Border Bulletin – Police Groups Oppose Mississippi Immigration Measure, Georgia Immigration Law Targets Water Services, Marriage, Mexico Stocks Add To Record High Close

In Mississippi local law enforcement officials are protesting anti immigration legislation which is currently making its way through the state legislature. Georgia legislators are considering a proposal that would bar undocumented immigrants from receiving marriage licenses or access to water … Continue reading

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Daily Border Bulletin – Figures point to safer border, Mexican Border Crossings Lowest in Decades, Study Finds, Immigration Reform Is Key to Job Creation

New reports are highlighting drastically less crossings of undocumented immigrants across our southern border, which is in some cases causing them to cross in increasingly more dangerous areas. Another report highlights the drop in Mexican border crossings in particular, which … Continue reading

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Daily Border Bulletin – How Mexico Creates American Jobs, Tourism spending in U.S. surged 8.1% last year to $1.2 trillion, Big earthquake hits Mexico, no major damage reported

Following NPI’s reports on Mexico’s contributions to tourism and trade with the United States, a new Wilson Center op-ed highlights the important job creation our relationship with Mexico creates. The Department of Commerce recently released data that underscores the power … Continue reading

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NDN and NACTS Welcome Border Delegation For Roundtable Meeting At White House on Enhancing Travel and Tourism To The Region

NPI and the North American Center For Transborder Studies (NACTS) released a new report on tourism and the southwest region of the United States entitled Realizing the Full Value of Tourism from Mexico to the United States. This was the … Continue reading

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Daily Border Bulletin – Tomorrow NPI Releases New Report on Mexican Tourism, Mexico’s middle class is becoming its majority, Interactive Map of Where Latinos Live

Tomorrow NPI will be unveiling a new report on the importance of Mexican tourism into the United States, we will also be hosting an event tomorrow where we will have a panel discussion about the paper. Mexico”s growing and vibrant … Continue reading

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