White House Reveals American Dream Plan For Hispanic Communities

President Trump recently released the American Dream Plan to reaffirm his commitment to fight for Hispanic prosperity and opportunity for all to achieve the American Dream.

The American Dream Plan is based on four core principles: Fueling a thriving economy; promoting education opportunity for all; preserving freedom; and supporting faith, family, and community.

The Plan also includes key policy promises the President has delivered for the Hispanic American community.

President Trump’s Administration will continue to support Hispanic Americans by expanding our economy, offering school choice, defending our constitutional rights, combating socialism, and expanding quality, affordable healthcare options for all.

According to the plan: 

FUELING A THRIVING ECONOMY: The Hispanic community has achieved record-setting economic successes as a direct result of President Trump creating a thriving economic environment. The President is committed to making even greater advances in growing small business and increasing household income, home ownership, and healthcare personalized options for the Hispanic Community. • Increase small business lending, technical assistance, and resource access through Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs), and establish new bank and non-traditional lending relationships to ensure Hispanics’ access to new sources of capital. • Create a public relations campaign and increased coordination between Small Business Administration (SBA) and Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) programs available to Hispanic business owners, and make MBDA a permanent agency. • Increase opportunities for small businesses as prime and supply chain contractors and remove barriers to employment such as fees and occupational licensing. • Preserve private healthcare insurance, support language-access programs for patient healthcare, and increase broadband access for robust telehealth activities, including rural and remote areas.

The plan promises: 

• Instill policies to add 500,000 Hispanic-owned businesses to the economy. • Increase access to capital for minority-owned businesses through historic support for CDFIs and MDIs, leading to even greater development of Opportunity Zones. • Create an economic environment that produces more than 2 million new jobs in the Hispanic American community. • Grow the pipeline for minority entrepreneurship through opportunities for Federal contracting. • Build upon the historic increases in home ownership to achieve new records. • Empower every family in America with school choice now and streamline the process to increase the number of HSIs. • Resolve Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) with a permanent solution that is both fair and just, and benefits all Americans. • Defend freedom, preserve democracy, and combat socialism. • Ensure safer neighborhoods with the highest standards of policing, protect property rights, and support law enforcement. • Defend religious liberties and constitutional rights. • Expand personalized and customizable healthcare options.


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