Hispanic Population Rises 41% in Hays County

Hays Free Press BY MOSES LEOS III ON JUNE 28, 2019 Nearly 80,000 people made up the Hispanic population in Hays County in 2016, which constituted a 41 percent rise since the 2010 Census. That figure, part of newly released Census Bureau estimates, followed the trend...

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Latino Entrepreneurship on the Rise in Texas

Hay Free Press BY MOSES LEOS III ON AUGUST 7, 2019 Despite hurdles that exist, Latino entrepreneurship is growing, leading many to have an optimistic view of the future for Hispanic-owned businesses. That was the tone set during the Aug. 9 Latina Empowerment Luncheon...

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TAMACC seeking immediate Congressional ratification of USMCA

The Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) is urging Congress to bring the United States–Mexico–Canada–Agreement (USMCA) up for a vote and to support its final passage. Ratification of the USMCA is critically needed to provide certainty...

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First-ever Chapter of TAMACC Now Active in Hays County

Looking to expand its ever-increasing support of Hispanic and small businesses across the Lone Star State, the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) has begun a new chapter in its history, literally. TAMACC representatives were not sure...

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TAMACC to launch new Hays County chapter this week

By Robin Blackburn – San Marcos Record Sunday, May 19, 2019 It has been some time since San Marcos has had a Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, but on Wednesday, another organization serving small and minority-owned businesses will launch a new chapter here. The Texas...

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Keep Texas Businesses Thriving

Senate Bills Propose Unfailing Regulations AUSTIN, TX May 16, 2019 – The Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) and U.S. Hispanic Contractors Association fully support the Senate’s efforts to provide stability as it relates to regulating...

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