Jul 8, 2014
LSR Executive Director Eva Dominguez Presents on Social Security Disability
May 7, 2014
Would you support legislation that would add $202 billion to the Medicare trust fund in the next 20 years, without raising taxes or decreasing benefits by one penny? Eight months ago, the Senate passed a bipartisan, comprehensive immigration reform bill (S. 744) that would do just that. If this legislation becomes law, it will strengthen Medicare by providing millions of undocumented workers with legal status and a pathway to citizenship.
Apr 11, 2013
Obama’s Social Security, Medicare Cuts--No Grand Bargain for Latinos
Dec 2, 2012
Pivot Point with Maya Rockeymoore
Nov 22, 2012
Bay State Banner
Nov 12, 2012
New America Media
Oct 30, 2012
WASHINGTON DC – The Latinos for a Secure Retirement coalition (LSR) has Together with theNational Senior Citizen Law Center (NSCLC), LSR is calling for needed updates to the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program.
“SSI has been a critical program to low-income Latinos for the past 40 years but needs to be strengthened,” stated Jeff Cruz, Executive Director of Latinos for a Secure Retirement, a coalition of ten leading national Latino organizations. “Outdated rules have put many poor seniors in peril.”
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Feb 6, 2012
According to members of the Commission to Modernize Social Security during a national webinar held last week, politicians need to strengthen Social Security’s protections, especially for lower-income women and ethnic elders.
Jan 1, 2012
Don't miss the profile of LSR's executive director on page 7 of the Institute for Women's Policy Research recent newsletter. For more information, click on the link below.
Dec 19, 2011
Jeff Cruz, Executive Director of LSR, was featured in the "Spotlight" interview by Global Policy TV. The Spotlight is a weekly profile interview of researchers, advocates, community leaders and others who have dedicated their careers to improving our communities, our nation and the world.
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Nov 10, 2011
TALLAHASSEE (CBS4)- An increase in the Medicare age would cost Florida and its residents $789 million a year, according to a report issued Thursday by Latinos for a Secure Retirement.
Nov 10, 2011
This week, Latinos for a Secure Retirement and the Illinois Alliance for Retired Americans released a new report, The High Cost to Illinois of Raising the Medicare Age, which details the effects of increasing Medicare eligibility age to 67.
Nov 10, 2011
An increase in the Medicare age would cost Florida and its residents $789 million a year, according to a report issued Thursday by Latinos for a Secure Retirement.