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The PuertoRico Herald


Volume 7, Number 14

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Commercial Pact With Costa Rica Signed…
Commercial Pact With Costa Rica Signed…Drought May Cause 24-Hour Rationing After Easter…Mundo Alleges Conflict Of Interest In Gov’t Contracts…Rossello Campaigning For Governor, Not Primary…Acevedo: Honors 2 PR Servicemen Killed, Seeks Vieques Cleanup Data…Gov. May Use Nat’l Guard In Schools
The Boys Of Summer
Vieques To Celebrate Navy’s Exit…
Vieques To Celebrate Navy’s Exit…NPP: Tax Amnesty Favors Big Cos.…Water Rationing Still In Effect…Vieques Land Turn Over Progressing…Calderon Consoles Family Of Soldier Killed In Afghanistan…Economy’s Stable, Recovery "Moderate"…House To Help Soldiers’ Families…NPP Asks Disclosure Of Gov’t Publicity Expenses…Humberto Garcia Sworn In
’03 PR Day Parade Plans Detailed…
’03 PR Day Parade Plans Detailed…Irizarry Questions Troops Readiness…PDP Opposes Gov’t Ads Ban…Expos Welcome Readied…Island To Tax Offshore Banks…NPP Surveys Favor Rossello…Pesquera Claims Public Employees Support, Legislators Back Him…Marine Of Puerto Rican Descent Wounded In Iraq…Viequenses Demand Transition Role…15,000 Latinos Fighting In Gulf

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
The "CNN Effect" In San Juan…Foreign Justice, Federal Justice
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Baseball Fever Grips Puerto Rico
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
If at First You Don't Fricassee, Fry, Fry Again
  Washington Update
Acevedo Misleads Public On Vieques Range Clean-Up Plan… McCain Asks Bush For Status Task Force Report… House Committee Notes Territories’ Voteless Status… Acevedo Asks For $457M For Commuter Train
  Puerto Rico Profiles
Hero Queens Marine Died Doing What He Wanted'…Broward Relatives Weep For War Hero

U.S. / War Homefront: Miriam Otero & Bianca

Status & Economy
By Senator Kenneth D. McClintock
  Island Politics
Status: End Game IV
By Rafael Hernandez Colon
  Hot Button
The ’04 Election: Will It Be A Contest About The Candidates’ Past Or About The Island’s Future?
  The Local Scene
Expos Hit SJ For Chunk Of Season… The Team Without A Country: Pray For Help
  Culture • Heritage • Language
For Millions Of Latinos, Race Is A Flexible Concept

‘Hue' & Cry For Mike…Pataki Eyes More Latino Support

Iowa State U. Latino Fraternity Growing Rapidly

A Quiet Isle With Occasional Rumblings
  Sports & Entertainment
After Nightmare, Singer Continues Chasing A Dream

Pineiro: Young Right-Hander Is 21-9…’A Possible All-Star In Waiting’ He's The Marlins' 3rd Catcher, But Castro Is Content -- For Now

From The Police Beat To The Tempo Of Opera

All-Spanish Kids TV Channel Set To Launch

War In The Gulf: Daddy's Girl Crystal Mercado…Veterans: This War Will Be Different Most Suggest Number Of Casualties Will Be High

In Annapolis, Latinos Inch Into Lobbying

Congress And The President
Political Parties Court Hispanic Vote

U.S. Reps. Gonzalez, Rodriguez, Join U.S. Treas. Marin To Launch Nat’l Credit Education Effort For Hispanic Students, Communities

Busine$$, Economic$ & Finance
Construction Ahead?: Construction Executives Hope Election Year Will Bring Some Life To Their Beleaguered Industry

Hoping For Better Days

PRHTA Seeks Amendment To Electoral Law: Tourism Co. Shouldn’t Be Forced To Interrupt Advertising For An Election Year

More Than 600-Strong RR Force On Its Way Out: Departures Tied To Vieques Range Closure

Resorts To Provide 250 Rooms Per Night For BB Players, Officials & Press

Bacardi Said To Be Considering $7.9 Billion IPO

Puerto Ricans Complain Of Abusive Tactics By Recruiting Co.

Wal-Mart's Deal With Government Fails To End Monopoly Fears

From The Beginning…There Needs To Be Light!
Affirmative Action – & Reaction: Is Diversity Overrated?… Race Is Never Neutral

Retain Flavor Of Park Street…Freeing Key Lot

U.S. Military Begins Shutdown Of Vieques Bomb Range

A Revolution In Warfare | Defending America In The 21st Century

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,250,200.86
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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