Vol. 6 No. 37

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Mercado: Vieques Policy Flexible, Navy To Intensify War Games, Wreckage Of Military Plane Found, PIP Trespassers Get Year’s Probation, Congress Warned About Urban Train’s High Cost, Puerto Rico Remembers 9/11, Head Start Receives $1.85M In Federal Funds

Riot Charges Filed Against NPP Leaders, Serrano Criticizes Navy Over-Flights, 2 Priests Held, Anti-Navy Activists Sue Justice, Referral Of PDP Legislators To Justice Expected, Calderon Vetoes Law Limiting Gov’t Ads, Fund For Children Of 9/11 Victims Established, Women Lose To Bulgaria In World’s Volleyball

7 Held For Throwing Rocks, Encarnacion: Governor Fooled Us, Paralitici Wants End To Police Intervention In Vieques, P.R. Defeats Brazil, 91 — 84, Calderon Says Exercises Violate Human Rights, Rodriguez Keeps Navy Recommendations Secret, 4 Vieques Demonstrators Detained For Trespassing

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Puerto Rico: Let The Sunshine In

7th & 10th Place Never Looked So Good; NCAA Drops The Ball On Puerto Rico League Ruling

Not Enough Congressional Support For 956, U.S. Counters PR U.N. Summit Claims, Acevedo Reiterates Trade Agreement Power’s Goal, GOP May Seek Vieques Training For Iraqi Attack

CRB: Senate Should Investigate Persecution; Rossello May Have Been Too Lenient…Former Governor Defends Record, Saying 'I Was Not Involved'…Pesquera, Ramirez de Ferrer Speak In Orlando…PIP Criticizes Municipal Reform Agreements

Vieques Security Worries Fleet Commander

Navy Says Ship On Sea Bottom Off Vieques Isn't Radioactive; Island Senate Plans Hearings

Angst Over Bombing

Every Day Is 9/11 For Pentagon Victim Juan Cruz

Puerto Rico Profiles

The Life Of Ex- Cop Daniel Rodríguez, Remembered For Singing God Bless America, Has Changed Post 9/11

Growing Latino Political Power In New York, The Vote To Watch

Souveniles Is Place To Go To Savor A Bit Of Puerto Rico

Latino Voices To Invigorate Legislature

Living By Water Is Shore Way To Soothe Soul

A Slow Road To Salsa

Finally Adding Up: Hollywood + Hispanics = Mainstream

For Hispanic Radio, A Feud Boils Over In Market On Fire

Tongue Tied: The GOP Does Outreach Wrong

Issues Harder To Pin Down In Battle For Latino Vote

Fugitives Sought By U.S. Find A Protector In Cuba

Salsa's Beat Goes On, Uniting Nations, Bonding Generations

Keep The Trucks Rolling

Popular Securities To Open Offices In New York & Other U.S. Cities

Mainland-Bound Mail From D.R., BVI To Be Processed In Puerto Rico

Most Island Commercial Banks Registering Hefty Growth

Toyota & Lexus Report Strong August Sales

Latin Music Problem: Albums Are Truly Hot



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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