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Volume 7, Number 6

Oprima aquí para español.

400,000 PR Clients Without Long-Distance Service…
400,000 PR Clients Without Long-Distance Service… Nutrition Funds Increase Not Guaranteed… Statehood Youth to Protest Calderon’s Message… Rossello Confirms Possible Candidacy…Calderon: Puerto Rico Would Reject Rossello… Carrier Deploys Overseas…Governor Promises to Save Picu
Colberg and Hernandez M. To Skip Primaries...
Colberg and Hernandez M. To Skip Primaries... Pereira Appoints New Corrections Deputy... NPP Legislator Demands Enforcement of Tax Reform... Chicken Processor Stops Work... Republican Party To Open Local Office... Governor's Radio Program Costly... Governor Yet To Appoint Campaign Financing Committee
Bush To Announce Increase In Funds For Island...
Bush To Announce Increase In Funds For Island... Calderon Asked To Mediate Arizmendi’s Seat... Vieques Cleanup Debated ... Freddy Valentin Sentenced To 33 Months... Coors Drops Fight On Rebates ... Decertification Of Health Reform Beneficiaries Questioned
Should Manned Space Exploration Continue?

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report

The Popular Democratic Party Backroom Deal

  Puerto Rico Sports Beat

Calero Deserves Shot At Big Leagues, Plus Boxing, San Blas Half Marathon Notes

  Washington Update

Bush Budget Had Good And Bad Surprises for Acevedo, Puerto Rico

The Northwest Ordinance: No Precedent
No Mas Jobs…Adios, Vieques; Hello, Florida

Island's Comeuppance Has Been Too Long In Coming… Use Money Here… Waste Of US Taxpayer Dollars, Solution PULL OUT OF PR NOW!!

  Island Politics

Survey: Hernandez Mayoral, Santini Favorites For Governor

Revising History Won’t Resolve Colonial Status Problem

Local Scene
Singapore Exports To Puerto Rico Surging

Puerto Rico Expands Underwriter Pool, Drops Bear Stearns As Co-Manager

  Puerto Rico Profiles
Daughter Lives Her Life With Memories Of Her Musical Father, Who Died Too Young

Rendell Nominee Benjamin Ramos Brings Service, Human Touch To Cabinet Post

  Culture • Heritage • Language
The Eagle Takes Flight

Exploring African & Latino Ties: The Puerto Rico Connection

First Hispanics Elected Start Job

Cops Need More Spanish

Latino Minority Plans Community Support Center

The Land Of Romance: Caribbean Lures Couples
Sports & Entertainment
Camacho Won't View His Age As An Obstacle

Rookie Rivera Racking Up Wins

Belinda Laracuente Hungry For Title

For Alan Echeverria A War Of Nerves

Citizens, Beware… Lawyers For Padilla Claim Feds Are Stalling… The Right To Counsel

The Class President…A Boy And His Benefits
Congress and the President
The Hispanic Vote Up For Grabs

New Congress Has Record Number Of Hispanics In The House, Women In The Senate

Business • Economics • Finance
Hotel Construction Bogs Down

Financial Institutions Commissioner Launches New IBE Study

BBVA Puerto Rico Posts 18% Earnings Gain For 2002

Study By PRMA Energy Committee To Reconfirm That Fuel Is Less Expensive In Free Enterprise System

Why Common Citizenship Can’t Work Without A Common Language

Accountability, Again

Banco Popular Can Now Expand; Money-Laundering Probe Had Hindered The Bank In Its Effort To Add To U.S. Operations

Banco Popular's Political Ties Cushion Blow From Case

Hispanics In The U.S….No Latino Student Should Be Left Behind

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,253,370.57
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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