Vol. 6 No. 36

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Fas Alzamora Proposes Legislative Reform Study, Pentagon Withholds Vieques Alternative Report, Navy Clashes With Demonstrators, Urban Train Set To Run September ‘03, Puerto Rico, The World’s Surprise Qualifier, Mercado Repudiates Use Of Tear Gas, Anti Navy Groups Cautious Over Governor’s Visit

Activists Arrested Sent To Jail, McGreevey, Calderon Urge Child Immunization, P.R. Voter Registration, Navy Begins Exercises While Protests Fizzle, Fajardo Summoned To Testify, Puerto Rico Presses For Demilitarization Of Vieques, Calderon Urged To Designate Special Commission, Says NPP Leaders Not Above The Law

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Puerto Rico Courts On Trial

"Our Team," As In, "Did You See How We Won Last Night?"

May 2003 End To Navy Vieques Training Likely . . . But No Longer "A Done Deal", Increased Funding For Social Programs In Puerto Rico May Be Considered In Congress

Herald Readers Can Tell The Incoming 2003 U.S. Congress What Changes They Want To See In A New Self-Determination Process

CRB: Sanchez Delgado’s Plea To Help His Case, NPP Delegation Wants Pereira To Explain Anti-Crime Plan Failure, Rep. Ruiz Accuses Gov’t Of Fascism, Pesquera’s Political Future Questioned

Rabin, American-Born Dissident Expecting Release

Project Should Allow Old Walls To Keep Guarding San Juan

The Case Of Jose Padilla: Alleged But Not Proven…No Slippery Slope -- Avalanche Is Burying Our Civil Liberties

Overdue Help At The Polls, Bilingual Aid Will Be Ready At Primaries

For Rare Toad To Survive, Breeding Is Fundamental

Latinos Line Parade Route In Paterson; Puerto Rico Day Celebrated

Holy Endorsement -- What Price For Churches In Politics?… Double Standard For Democrats

Exploring The Enchanted Island

TMC Launches Hispanic Heritage Month: A Tribute To Pioneering Cast Of Latino Actors

'Liber' Salseros' 40 Rhythmic Years

New Act Circo: It's A Wonder!

A Romantic, Energetic Evening From Nestor Torres


The Outsider Miguel Arteta, Director Of 'The Good Girl,' Draws On His Own Life For His Funny, Poignant Movies About Misfit Characters

Puerto Ricans Hear Message From Home: Get Out And Vote; Calderon Rallies Paterson Residents

Latino Leaders Give Democrats High Ratings On Issues Important To Hispanic Families

Lack Of Latino Judges Is A Political Time Bomb

NPP: Statehood The Answer To Island’s Economic Woes

Our Hospitals Are Hurting: Tough Solutions For Tough Times

Hospital Checkup

Excise Tax Increases Cause Inflation To Spike Upward

New Plant With Breakthrough Technology Negotiating $1.4B Deal

McDonald’s To Invest Almost $10M In Local Expansion

U.S. Government Bars Goya From Selling To Island Military Bases

Trade Show Highlights Puerto Rican Heritage



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,259,709.99

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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