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Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Houston festeja su 40 Aniversario

Durante el evento el Alcalde de Houston, Sylvester Turner y del Juez del Condado Harris Ed Emmett – a quien se unión en nuevo Controlador y Concejal de la Alcaldía de Houston – presentaron una proclamación a la Cámara como testamento de cuatro décadas de trabajo comunitario.

Murillo, Foster: When your home no longer is sanctuary SB 4 sends chilling message to all immigrants in Texas

There are claims that this legislation is only about illegal immigrants, but the reality is that this sends a message to all immigrants

Houston ranks No. 1 for minority entrepreneurs

Laura Murillo, president and CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, said much of the overall minority business growth in Houston can be attributed to local partnerships across ethnic communities. For instance, she said, 40 percent of the Hispanic chamber's board are non-Hispanic.

Houston Hispanic Chamber grows in stature, influence

Forty years later, the Hispanic Chamber is now the city's second-largest business organization in terms of how much money it takes in. With 4,000-plus members and corporate sponsorships from Fortune 500 and other companies, the chamber generated more than $1 million in revenue in 2015, tax records show. By comparison, the Greater Houston Partnership reported more than $12 million in 2014.