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The PuertoRico Herald


Volume 7, Number 20

Oprima aquí para español.

"I Am In Love And Very Happy," Calderon Says…
"I Am In Love And Very Happy," Calderon Says, She Sees No Conflict of Interest With Cantero Frau…Federal Funds Could Solve Pay Raise Impasse…Ports Ordered To Pay $400K To PIP Supporter…Expos May Be Back In ’04… Pesquera Warns Of Urban Train Risks…Gov.: Pay Raise Deferral Decision Final
NPP Candidate For Resident Commissioner - Who Is The "Fairest Of Them All?"
PDP Threatened With Loss Of Union Support…
PDP Threatened With Loss Of Union Support…New Penal Code Bill Retains Sodomy…We Want Ricky…Calderon Submits Judicial Reform Bill, She’s Warned Not To Underestimate Rossello…Fortaleza Rejects $150 Pay Raise Proposal…Culebra Still Not Decontaminated…Acevedo Invites Aznar For Trade Talks
Rullan: Studies On Cancer In Vieques Reflect Increase…
Rullan: Studies On Cancer In Vieques Reflect Increase…Calderon Announces Revitalization Projects…DOD Data On Herbicide Use Sought From Rumsfeld…Navy Ordered To Present Plan For Vieques Cleanup, It Will Bear Decontamination Costs…Urban Train Fare To Be $1.50…374 Km Cable To Link Island & St Maarten/St Martin…Sen. Comm. Kills Sec. 956 Proposal

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
Politics, Lies, Money And The Press
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Politics And Sport: Who Really Are Puerto Rico's 50 Greatest Athletes?
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
A Total Immersion Playground: Aguadilla & Isabela
  Washington Update
Senate Approves Puerto Rico Disinvestment Incentive Acevedo Requested
Status: End Game VI: It’s Time To End The Nightmare
By Rafael Hernandez Colon
Planning Vieques

Vieques, 62 Years Later… A Meeting With The Real Jesse Jackson

Study: Marine Training Won't Hurt Panhandle Environment

  The Local Scene
Puerto Rico's Unrequited Love For Beisbol
  Culture, Heritage & Language
Island Plays Part In Perkiomen School's Success

Paradise Found: MLB’s SJ Experiment A Memorable Experience

New Latin Restaurant Has A Family Feel

A Rich Spanish Heritage, Good Snorkeling & A Very Convenient Airport
  Sports & Entertainment
A Diverse & Vibrant Night For Stars Of Latin Music

Puerto Rico's Davis Cup Team Rises Up

Roberto: It's The 1st Name In Baseball In P.R. From Clemente To Alomar…Slumping & Aging, Alomar Is Still Enthusiastic

Latin Clubs Reflect Ever-Evolving Melting Pot

American Empire, Not 'If' But 'What Kind'
Soldiers Marvel At Palace, Lament War
A Tale Of 2 Men: Sometimes, A Loss Is A Win…Can It Be That Complicated To Reopen Park?
Puerto Rico Profiles
Clemente’s Living Legacy; Roberto Jr. Still Haunted By His Father's Tragic Death
Congress and the President
A Lesson From Latino Texas Republican's Easy Approval As Judge
Busine$$, Economic$ & Finance
Puerto Rico’s Cuspide Festival 2003: Award-Winning Advertising Is ‘Fresh, Fun, & Fabulous’. . .But Does It Sell?

Gov’t Owes $8M To 12 PRMA Members: Survey Results To Be Used To Require Agencies To Comply With Prompt-Payment Law

Global Sales Of Key P.R.-Manufactured Drugs Reached $12.9B In 1Q ’03: Local Operations Of Top 5 Pharmaceutical Cos Accounted For 55.8% Of Their Worldwide Sales For The Quarter

Section 956 Effort Hits Snags In The Senate

Bacardi Opens Visitors Center

Hispanics Get Down To Business

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,247,295.29
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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