Everybody knows Ohaha and the Dems are salivating for IR b/c it would garner votes. Ergo, IR is "political activity" as prohibited by the Hatch Act......applies to any govt employee using govt offices for political purposes.....including elected lawmakers.
The non-profit status of latino advocacy groups should be scrutinized. Did they get fast-tracked? Did they engage in political activity w/out penalty?
A PARTIAL LIST OF LATINO TAX- EXEMPTS
(1) The National Association of Latino Electoral and Appointed Officials, (2) La Raza, (3) Voto Latino, (4) The Congressional Hispanic Caucus, (5) state Hispanic Federations,(6) latino PAC's, etc ,etc, etc (all self-dealing---all pushing free-for-all amnesty)
55 Exchange Place
New York, NY 10005
tel: (212) 233-8955
fax: (212) 233-8996
Established in 1990, the Hispanic Federation is a service-oriented membership organization that works with over 90 Latino health and human services agencies to promote the social, political and economic well-being of the Latino community. The Federation's member agencies work in the areas of education, health, elderly services, child care, HIV/AIDS, housing, immigrant services, arts and culture, and economic development. Each year, these agencies serve millions of the northeast region's most underprivileged and vulnerable Latinos. The Hispanic Federation's mission is to serve the community by building and supporting Latino institutions.
SALARY $222,231, Lillian Rodriguez Lopez, President ---% of expenses 5.19%
Voto Latino CEO/President Maria Teresa Kumar is always on MSNBC pitching amnesty and more freebees for hispanics