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Volume 7, Number 9

Oprima aquí para español.

Island Gets $78M In HUD Loan Guarantees…
Island Gets $78M In HUD Loan Guarantees…Isolina Ferre Honored…Pesquera Attacks Port Delay, Invites Rossello To Citizenship Event…Senators Summoned Over Alleged Political Discrimination…Officials Discuss Vieques…Calderon Starts Reelection Campaign?…New Convention Center To Open March ‘05…Anti-War Demonstration Set
VA Hospital Sought…...
VA Hospital Sought… Electoral Reform Bill Due In 90 Days…NPP Leadership Divided, Pesquera Campaigns In Mayaguez…Sara Lee To Cut 1,200 Jobs…More Nat’l Guard Troops Activated…Vieques Resort Opens…New Group To Study Status…PIP Alleges Pesquera Used Public Funds In Campaign…NPP Denounces Increase In Gov’t Public Debt
Zaya Seijo Asks Hernandez Mayoral To Run For SJ Mayor, Ostolaza Wants Bhatia…
Zaya Seijo Asks Hernandez Mayoral To Run For SJ Mayor, Ostolaza Wants Bhatia…NGO Highlights Puerto Rican Plight…Radcliffe Breaks 10K World Record…Legislators Ready To Balance The Budget…P.R. Soldiers Guard Guantanamo Detainees…Governor: Tax Relief Will Stimulate Economy…Puerto Rico Allocated $4.73B In Federal Budget…Lawsuit Filed Against BPPR Board

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
The Commonwealth's Big Labor Problem
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Radcliffe Sets World Mark At Moscoso Bridge 10K, Ruiz Puts Heavyweight Title On The Line
  Washington Update
Clinton Does Not Plan To See Calderon In PR… DC To Hold First Presidential Primaries To Dramatize Lack Of Votes In Congress… Senate Committee Did Not Eliminate Statehood For PR In 1998 As Nationalists Claim
Puerto Ricans Deserve The Full Rights Of Citizenship
By Kenneth D. McClintock

Status: End Game II
By Rafael Hernandez Colon

In Need Of Democracy, Not Demagoguery
By Herbert W. Brown III, Esq.
DETARGETED; With Navy's Vieques Range To Close, Puerto Rico Will Desire Development
  Island Politics
Vieques, The Navy, & Puerto Rican Politics
  Puerto Rico Profiles
Lifetime Achievement: Tito Puente

Putting 'A Maryland Face' On The Issues: Adela Acosta

  The Local Scene
Voices Of The People: SJ Radio Offers An Escape From Day's Pressure

Island Visit; Police Recruit In Puerto Rico

  Culture • Heritage • Language
Int’l Festival Of Hispanic Theater Thru March 15th - Teatro de la Luna

Plan To Cut Three Kings Day As A Holiday Draws Anger…Don't Take It Away!

Writer Pays Homage To Wigged Lions, Crying Crocodiles & Gossiping Parrots

Puppets, Play Show Hispanic Influence In Festival At Center For Arts

Loiza Comes To Philadelphia

Delgado Pitching for Puerto Rico… Paradisus To Open In October

Sports & Entertainment
No Place At Home For Marlins Catcher Ramon Castro

Clemente Sports City Falling Apart

Jockey Jose Amy Seeks Reinstatement

Soft & Easy Does It Or Energetic Boogaloo

Chaplains Provide Comfort To Troops

Leader Aims To Be A Link For Hispanics

Largest Minority! So What?

For Hispanic Groups, A Divide On Estrada …Bush Presses Democrats On Confirmation…Strategists See Victory In Stalemate

Congress and the President
Hispanic Outreach Seen Key To Presidency

How Affirmative Action Helped George W….Most Share Bush View on Affirmative Action

Business • Economics • Finance
Ship It In, Ship It Out: P.R. Has Become The ‘Crossroads Of The Globe’

On The Budget

Treasury Department Seeks To Eliminate IBE Tax Exemption: Bankers Association Blasts Proposal

Becton Dickinson Transfers Stateside Division To Las Piedras

EDB Launches Credito Empresarial Credit Card

Local Auto Sales Down 11.7% In January

Popular Tastes

Ethnic Biz Owners Say, `Bring It On'

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,252,578.14
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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