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Volume 7, Number 10

Oprima aquí para español.

Rossello Barred From Holding Airport Press Conference, Gov. Backs Political Decision…
Rossello Barred From Holding Airport Press Conference, Gov. Backs Political Decision… Pesquera: P.R.’s Development Stopped The Day Calderon Took Office…Acevedo Demands Greater Commonwealth Powers, Barrales Says White House Must Address Status…Environmentalists, Developers Hold 1st Mtg.
’05 Opening For Port Of The Americas…
’05 Opening For Port Of The Americas… Gov’t Spends $1.5M Per Legislator… More Soldiers Deployed, Tax Credit To Cost $3.6M…Archbishop: Pray For Peace…Ponce Airport Gets Fed. Subsidy…Wal-Mart & Gov’t Reach Agreement…Salary Increase Unfunded, Teachers Call Treasury Irresponsible…Rossello, Pesquera To Meet
NPP Questions Job Claims…
NPP Questions Job Claims…Citizenship Day Celebrated…Jones Defeats Ruiz…Charges Filed Against Legislators In Flag Incident…Governor Says She’ll Create 58K Jobs…Isla Grande Airport Closing Alternative Sought…Comptroller Wants $8M More…16 Year-Old Gets Heart Transplant…Municipalities’ Settle Suit Against Prepa…$7.2B In Public Works Announced
American Citizenship: A "Determining Factor" Or A Political Football?

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  Puerto Rico Report
The Calderón 'Consensus' Is Tested
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Santini: Puerto Rico Does It Better In English
  Washington Update
Status Choice Activist Heads Sen. Territories Panel…Acevedo Reiterates Impossible Status Plan, Says PDP Won’t Seek It Until After ’04, Calls For Less Fed. Aid, Acknowledges Lack Of Democracy… Statehooders Give Status Petitions To GOP Sen. Leader
Exactly What Is Free About Free Association?
  Island Politics
When Politicians Support Terrorism
  Puerto Rico Profiles
Marrero Making Ft. Stewart Run Smoothly

Fall Of Ruiz Produces Bout Of Melancholy

  The Local Scene
Locals Appalled By Controversial Article In National Geographic

Cook County Plans For Nurse Drought: PR Seen As Possible Savior…Exodus Of Nurses Alarming

  Culture • Heritage • Language
Let Them Hate As Long As They Fear

Numb With Pain: Love, Drugs, Trouble, & Coming Of Age In The Bronx

Hey, Amigos: Chill About Dame Edna

Pacific Overtures: 1421, The Year China Discovered America

Benicio Del Toro's San Juan

US Airways To Begin Serving Boston-San Juan Route

  Sports & Entertainment
Sounds Of Caribbean & The Americas Will Liven Calle Ocho

Pudge Rodriguez Has Found His Fit On His Yacht & With Marlins

Hispanics Being Courted By NBA

Already Weak Novelas Careening Downhill, But We Keep Watching

Watergate Wins Award
Congress and the President
Miguel, Ma Belle; The Racial Ugliness Under The Miguel Estrada Nomination

Hispanic Caucus Finds Little Common Ground

Business • Economics • Finance
The Hipaa Revolution: The Federal Law That Will Have The Single Biggest Impact On P.R. Businesses In ‘03

Reinventing Public Housing Management

Wal-Mart, Local Manufacturers Ready To Do $20M Of Business: April Trade Fair Being Planned To Set Up Sales Opportunities

D.R. Received $2.1B In Remittances In 2002

Suspicious-Activity Ruling Reinforces Bank Immunity

Market For Hispanics Living `La Buena Vida'

U-M Gets Broad Support On Using Race…College 'Percent' Plans May Not Help Diversity
Two New Looks At The Consequences Of An Expansive Foreign Policy
Vieques Residents Bid A Farewell To Arms
Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,251,521.57
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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