Vol. 6 No. 13

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Serrano Attacks Government, Navy Suit Undecided, Pesquera Asks Calderon To Facilitate Practices, Pataki: Exercises Will End In ’03, Gov’t In Dialog With Navy, Serrano: Civil Disobedience Is Only Solution, Vieques Case To Federal Court, Bush Nominates Carmona Surgeon General, Governor: Reacts To Arrests, Keeps Watch On Clean Money Bill

Pesquera: Guilty Must Face Consequences, Former La Fortaleza Officials Indicted, Noriega: Blue Ribbon Will Survive Challenge, SEC Begins Auditing The PDP, Treasury Warns Of $191M Deficit, Court OKs Commission, McClintock Refers Alleged PIP Irregularities To Ethics, FEC Reveals Excess Acevedo Vila Donations, Colonels Inspect Vieques Zones, Pro-Navy Movement Active

Hispanic Candidates Emerging As Contenders Nationwide In 2002

"Bombs away"? No way!
Should the U.S. Navy Resume Live-fire Exercises on Vieques?


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Calderon Gets A Federal Boost

Don't Look To Dominicans To Save Ailing Puerto Rican Winter League

Corrupt To The Core?

Experts Expect Governor’s Investment Proposal To Lose/Not Attract Investment To The Commonwealth

Committee Formed To Study Proposed Electoral Reform

Savor "Golden Moments'' At Las Casitas Village

Trinidad Set To Fight

Fishy Business

Exploring Latin Fashion In The Real World

Officials Detail Orlando Man's Role In Scheme


A Man of Many Professions: Richard Henry Carmona

Federal Government Frees $165M For Urban Train. U.S. Justice Department Assigns $7.5M To Police

Drawing Race-Based Lines Is Problematic

Bitter Medicine: Proposed Fiscal Measures Are Unpopular, May Not Bring In Expected Revenue And Could Stymie Economic Recovery

Wanted: Private Sector Leadership

Quintero: Education Reform Aims To Reinforce Skills

Chamber Of Commerce Calls On Government To Trim Spending

Medtronic’s New $28M Expansion To Create 300 Jobs

Computer Gallery Inks New Deals

Hispanic Businesses Enter Mainstream Economy

Power Speaks Spanish In Texas

Latino Groups Seek a Top Democratic House Post

Political Representation Trails Population Growth

A Ray Of Light For Hispanic Authors

Hispanic AIDS-HIV Rates Troubling

Navy Denies Call To Extend Vieques Exercises Until 2006

Rivera’s Health Care Workers' Union Endorses Pataki

Navy Plans To Improve Training Sites In Florida, Other States

The Problem With Mayor Bloomberg



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American taxpayers have provided

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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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