Vol. 6 No. 25

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CDC Will Study Vieques Cancer Incidence, Feds Investigating Toledo, Novello Added To Medical Hall Of Fame, Schering-Plough: Probe Involves Products Made In Puerto Rico, Navy Analyses Vieques Alternatives, Governor Appoints New Chief Prosecutor, Roosevelt Roads Costs Island $500M

NPP: Budget OK If Excise-Tax Increases Repealed, Reef Patrols To Be Beefed Up, NPP: $132M Health Card Budget Deficit, $3M U.S. Grant For SJ Port Security, PIP: Planning Board Change Blow To Environment, Another Priest Accused, Acevedo Vila Seeks Medicare Parity, Calderon Announces Cabinet Changes, 3 Audits Investigate Water Co.

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Calderón Rolls More Heads

Mediavilla R. And Jockey Javier Santiago Gear Up For Historic Triple Crown Bid

Governor Cuts 956 Amendment Cost To $200M A Year… Calderon: I Am One Of Puerto Rico’s Most Beloved Leaders… 956 Amendment Top Goal Of U.S. Voter Registration Drive

On Developing A Meaningful Plebiscite

Pesquera Raises The Flag, Could Face Criminal Charges

NPP Won’t OK 2003 Budget, PIP Denounces New Planning Board Appointments, "Churumba" Warns Calderon Could Lose In 2004, Pesquera: "Team Not The Problem; It’s The Leader"


Here He Comes To Save The Día: Super Rico Is Born

Environmental Movement Growing In Puerto Rico

Pageant Opens Debate On Caribbean Racial Politics

U.N. Decolonization Committee Urges U.S. To Halt Military Manoeuvres On Vieques, Return Occupied Land To People

Our Constitution Is Being Sacrificed In War's Name

Latinos Lacking A Voice In Baseball

Raquel Welch Is Reinvented As A Latina

Club Trains Boxing Newcomers

Hartford Parade Bursts With Pride

Terror Suspect's Arrest Puts Hispanics On Edge

Home Cooking Market Specializes In Latino Products

Move To Secede Splits Latinos In The Valley

St. John's Day (Noche de San Juan): June 24

Lockheed Martin CEO: The War On Terrorism Is Spurring The Application And Development Of Technologies That Will Change Our World

Governor’s Cabinet Shuffle Surprises Manufacturing Sector

EDB’s Future To Be Determined Under Faria

Puerto Rico Chosen To Be The Model For The Caribbean Blue Flag Program

Crespo: HP’s Merger Will Have Minimal Effect On Local Operations

Loiza Leaders Demand Voice In Costa Serena Development

Jose Padilla Makes Trouble For 'Tío Pepe'

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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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