... Fund and Hector Barreto of the Latino Coalition. The latter was a signatory to an infamous letter demanding amnesty for illegal aliens. That and all the rest illustrates the stupidity of these people: they're supporting race-based power and massive immigration and think that by doing that they're going to lower their taxes.
UPDATE 3: The Latino Coalition also signed an anti-HR4437 petition. See...
... president of the Republican-leaning Latino Coalition [and also linked to Western Union], said Martinez's departure is especially disheartening because it follows the resignation of another high-profile Latino in the GOP: former U.S. Atty. Gen. Alberto R. Gonzales.
"The message that it sends is Latinos are not welcome," De Posada said. "The radical conservative base has a temporary victory...
... Robert de Posada, president, Latino Coalition.
According to that page the moderator was former Congressman Esteban Torres and the panelists were:
Juan Salgado, President of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights and Executive Director of the Instituto del Progreso Latino.
Lisa Duran, director of Rights for All People, Denver.
Robert de Posada, Executive Director, The Latino...
... Hector Barreto, chairman, The Latino Coalition
* Lawrence Kudlow, economics editor, National Review Online
* Linda Chavez, chairman, Center for Equal Opportunity
Two others are open/loose borders "economists", Gregory Mankiw, professor of economics, Harvard University; Donald J. Boudreaux, chairman, Economics Department, George Mason University. You can see an example of the latter's thinking...
... Hispanic Alliance for Progress; The Latino Coalition; League of United Latin American Citizens; Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund; and the National Council of La Raza.
*Immigrant Advocacy: American Immigration Lawyers Association and the National Immigration Forum.
... Robert Deposada, president, The Latino Coalition
Doesn't sound like there was much debate involved.
They've also created a $10 million "Empowerment Fund," as described in "First Data/Western Union and Latino Advocacy Organizations Call For Action on Immigration Reform" (link)
But, the bottom line is the bottom line here.
At their site, First Data provides the article "The Fastest Way...