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Houston Hispanic Impact Summit on NPR

Chamber president and CEO Dr. Laura Murillo gives us a preview of tonight’s discussion.

Harvey, DACA dominate Hispanic Impact Summit

Harvey recovery and the economic consequences of ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program dominated the conversation at the chamber's second annual Hispanic Impact Summit.

Houston Hispanic spending to represent 25 percent of market by 2022

Foreign born people in the U.S., he said, are about two times more likely to start a business than natives, and it is this ingenuity and labor that will be at the core of rebuilding Houston.

Mayor of Houston defends his proposed property tax hike

He confirmed that the city will help anyone regardless of their citizen status or language and urged business leaders and entrepreneurs to be a part of the economic engine that will get the city back on its feet.