Latino Public Policy Center
The Latino Public Policy Center at Morrison Institute was launched in 2012 in recognition of Arizona's rapidly changing demographics.
The state's growing Latino population increasingly will have unprecedented impact on Arizona's workforce, education, leadership and ability to compete economically.
The Latino Public Policy Center at Morrison Institute uses various venues, formats and publications to improve Arizona's understanding of Latino-related opportunities and challenges, and how resulting public policy decisions will affect Arizona's future for all.
Using credible data, analysis and projections, the nonpartisan Latino Public Policy Center operates under the auspices of Morrison Institute for Public Policy, a trusted brand since 1982.
SELECTED NEWS ARTICLES, BLOGS & PUBLICATIONS
Border wall is out of synch with Southwest's changing politics (The New York Times)
CPLC forum highlights Latino voters (Vanguardia Arizona)
Voting trends emerge through gender and racial lines (U.S. News & World Report)
Civil discourse missing in politics (Cronkite News)
'Latino vote' is larger than simply votes cast by Latinos (Joseph Garcia)
A shocking lack of defibrillators in South Phoenix (David Schlinkert)
Discouraged/optimistic about AZ Latino education (Joseph Garcia)
Separation of families, church and state, laws and policy (Joseph Garcia)
End of road for AZ quest to deny driver's licenses to DREAMers (Joseph Garcia)