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The PuertoRico Herald


Volume 7, Number 11

Oprima aquí para español.

UPDATE - Rossello Welcomed...
Rossello Welcomed With Open Arms
Rossello Speaks To People Of Puerto Rico, Says He Won’t Campaign Against Pesquera…
Rossello Speaks To People Of Puerto Rico, Says He Won’t Campaign Against Pesquera… More Public Employees Want $150 Increase… Public Policy Program For 9th Graders To Be Launched…AA Provides Room For Rossello’s Press Conference…1,317 Arrested In Mega Raid… Feds Question Urban Train Rush
Calderon Signs Panama Cooperation Pact…
Calderon Signs Panama Cooperation Pact… Tourism Cancels Nat’l Geographic Ads… Cruz: RR Closing ‘Illegal’…Web Promotes P.R. Investments…MLB Tax Exemption OK’d…Garcia Appt. Official… Rossello’s Support Grows…PDP OK’s Giving Up Per Diems…LMM Airport Among The Worst… Expos To Be Embraced… Fishing Declines
Sen. Prats Attacks Legislature…
Sen. Prats Attacks Legislature…Gov’t Lambastes Nat’l Geographic…Retail Sales Stagnant…Treasury To Get $7-$8M For MLB Games…Wal-Mart Pact Criticized…Canadian Trade Increases…100’s Of RR Employees To Be Jobless…Tourism Recovers…Hawaii Hopes To Eradicate Coqui…P.R. Tops 37 States In Call-Up… Rossello, Ramirez Greet Troops
Balanced Or Biased?

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
Acevedo Vila Takes Two Wrong Steps
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Hacienda Will Get Biggest Windfall From Expos Games In San Juan
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
Art For Party's Sake
  Washington Update
Resident Commissioner Uses U.S. House Platforms For Attacks On Rossello… Federal Audit Questions Project That Acevedo Cited As Example…Panama Fixes Governor’s Visit… Acevedo Still Trying To Add Tax Exemption For Companies In The States To Bush Plan…Budget Committees Move Towards Program Cuts As Well As Tax Cuts
An Open Letter To The United States Congress

By Arturo J. Guzman

The People Of Vieques vs. The United States Navy
American Citizens From Puerto Rico Remain Segregated, Remain Discriminated, Remain Disenfranchised

By Kenneth D. McClintock

  Island Politics
Foes Call Governor A Roach -- Campaign Season Must Be Here
  Puerto Rico Profiles
Schools Chief Tailor-Made For Tough Test; Amato Specializes In Turnaround Jobs
  The Local Scene
Baseball, Puerto Rican Style

Puerto Rican Companies Target U.S. Consumers

  Culture • Heritage • Language
In Estrada Debate, LULAC Urges Senators To Cease Accusations Of Anti-Hispanic Bias

Rochester Hispanics Have Long Tradition

Boston Area Latinos Seeing Power In Numbers

New Californian Identity Predicted by Researchers

Spanish Harlem On His Mind

Wyndham Martineau Bay Resort & Spa Offers Introductory Rates Sure To Put Vieques On The Map

Sports & Entertainment
Hernandez Aims For A Ring… Lopez Knows It's Time To Produce

Laura Rey: Soprano From P.R. Wins Met's Gulf Coast Regional Finals ; National Semifinals Next For 22-Year-Old

J.Lo Shrugs Off Valentine's Day Wedding Reports

Quieres Bailar?

Judge Says Padilla Can Meet With His Lawyers

Conversations On War: Catalina Rio|An Attack On Iraq Would Distract From Problems At Home

Rendell, Latinos Experience A Setback; Ramos' Withdrawal Was Called "A Misfortune" & "An Embarrassment"
Congress and the President
GOP Looks To Recruit Minority Candidates

Conservatives Want Bush Aide, Gonzalez, Kept Off Court

Business • Economics • Finance
The Graying Of Puerto Rico Will Increasingly Alter Society

Department Stores Expect Strong Mother’s Day Sales

Pfizer / Pharmacia Products Yields $25.8B In ‘02 Sales

Stryker Inaugurates $30M Expansion Of Arroyo Plant

Ponce Receives $32M Assignment To Dredge Transshipment Port’s Bay

Manatee Looks South For Trade Potential Latin Chamber Courts P.R. Official

Hispanic Market No Longer A Sleeping Giant

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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