Vol. 6 No. 22

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S&P Cuts Puerto Rico's Outstanding Debt To A-, Governor Seeks EPA Support For Martin Peña Rehabilitation Project, Miss Russia Wins 2002 Miss Universe Title, Amnesty Int’l Cites Rights Violation, Anthony Sings In English, Santini Hails Pageant’s Economic Benefits

Church Orders Probe On New Pedophile Case, Cintron To Resign, Pessimism Over New Job Opportunities, McClintock Favors Naguabo-Vieques Bridge, ''The Albizu Project'' On View, Puerto Rican Fugitive Caught In Michigan, Rodriguez Supports Amending SIP Law

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Dancing Around The Status Issue

Gigi Fernández: "We Have A Mixed Identity", John Ruiz Never Felt Less Puerto Rican For Having Been Born In The United States

Calderon To Try Again to Get OK To Join International Organization, Navy Agrees To Spend $40M On Vieques, Army Command to Leave

Brain Stew In "The Blue Diner"


Antonia Pantoja, 80, Champion Of Bilingualism, Dies

New Generation Fights For 65th

Lourdes Perez Takes Her Peace And Justice Songs To Palestinians

Livin' La Vida Lopez ; Happily Wed And Very Busy, Jennifer Lopez Wants It All--Music, Movies And Her Man

López's Musical Equation Subtracts 1 From Son By Four

3 Almas A Charm For 'Piñero'

Marc Anthony Promotes 2nd English Language Album On Island

Artist Luis Torruella Gives Shape To World Chaos

Armchair Decorating: Puerto Rico

Painting Symbolizes Crossroads Of Puerto Rico

Construction Of Shorter Vieques Route May Begin In 2004

Hispanic Liaison Could Become Leadership Role

Tamales Are Hot, As In Popular

Poll Workers Discouraged Hispanic Voters In 2000 Election

FBI's Fugitive Is Cuba's Political Refugee

Economic Boom In Public Construction Will Start This Summer: Projects Worth Over $1 Billion Are Scheduled Right Into 2003

Local Mall Execs Flaunt Island’s Competitive Advantages

Prime Retail Outlet In Barceloneta For Sale

Sporting The Latino Niche

Bush Pays Lip Service To Hispanics

President’s Popularity Rises With Hispanics, But GOP Still Lags Overall

Minority Caucuses Seek Capitol Hill Bond



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,262,087.28

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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