Vol. 6 No. 6

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956 Suffers Setback, Legislators Defend Constituent Assembly, Vieques Clean-Up Begins, Cleveland PRFAA Office Opens, NPP Denounces Lack Of Anti-Crime Plan, Fajardo Pleads Guilty, Arroyo In Latin Hall, Pesquera Available To Cooperate With Feds

Constitutional Assembly Proposed, Rodriguez Hearing Set For Feb. 27th, Calderon To Support Gutierrez, Gov’t To Manage 3 Prisons Again, Island Loses $47M InTobacco Money, Commonwealth Plates Defended, Fajardo SIP Appointed, Governor Will Accept Anti-Corruption Proposals, U.S. Allocates $15M For Antiterrorism

American Veterans’ Committee for Puerto Rico Self-Determination Names New Chairman


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Campaign Finance Reform

Don’t Cry For Them - They’re Movin' On

Puerto Rico Sports Beat

What’s Not To Love About A Fairy Tale?

By Gabrielle Paese

Bombs Away

Sept. 11, Bush Vow, Cool Vieques Uproar; Most Still Want Navy To Find New Bombing Range

Reform Finances Of Campaigns

Partisanship Makes Constituent Assembly A Difficult Task

Puerto Rico's Infantry

Caribbean Star, JetBlue Plan New P.R. Service

Bronx Democratic Chief Quits, But Still Plans Political Role

Hispanic-Play Festival For Teatro De La Luna

Hello, School Board: Ya comprenden?

Veterans Gain Respect With Film

J.Lo, Ricky Martin Encouraging Regular Folks To Have Fun

Puerto Rico Selected For Next Caribbean Series

It's Good Talk, But Bad Language

Energy: Power To Compete

Let There Be Light

Ceiba Undergoes Housing Boom

Palmas Del Mar Properties To Build $60 M Shopping Village

Broward Cities Seek Puerto Rico Link


Life On Freedom Street

A Latino By Any Other Name?

GOP Step Up Efforts To Woo Hispanics, Court Minorities

Playing Politics With Our Fliers



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,264,992.84

subsidizing the Puerto Rico Commonwealth,
and it's costing them $22,821,918.52 more each and every day of the year!

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