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The PuertoRico Herald


Volume 7, Number 21

Oprima aquí para español.

Calderon Announces She Won’t Seek Re-Election...
Calderon Won’t Seek Re-Election, Lawmakers Surprised By Her Decision, She Guarantees 12 More Years Of PDP Rule
Memorial Day - "Duty, Honor, Country" (1917 - 2003)
Gov’t Spends $1.68M On Federal Lobbying…
Gov’t Spends $1.68M On Federal Lobbying… House OK’s $100 Pay Raise…Ricky’s Back… McClintock Undecided On Res. Comm. Bid…Malaret Sought As PDP Candidate… For Jenny From The Bronx, A Fan In Office… Unemployment Climbs To 12.3%…Pesquera Says He Will Beat Rossello…Feds Concerned With Urban Train Start Date…Police To Stay In Vieques
NPP Seeks Elimination Of Vieques Commissioner's Office…
NPP Seeks Elimination Of Vieques Commissioner's Office… Ricky Martin Releases New Album…Vieques Cases Misclassified As Terror…808 Students To Graduate With 4.0…Nat'l Guard To Consolidate Hdqtrs…40% Of Anti-Corruption Proposals OK’d…Referendum On Unicameral Legislature Sought…Education Dept. Deficit Over $60M…Singapore Co. Wins Vieques Ferry Contract

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
Calderón Shocks Puerto Rico
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Green Bay's Marco Rivera Helps Open Door For More Puerto Ricans In NFL
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
Making The Most Of Schizophrenia
  Washington Update
Senate Committee Votes to Cut Roosevelt Roads Funds by 50%, Resident Commissioner Tries to Hide Reduction... Disinvestment Plan And Rum Tax Transfer Dropped From Economic Bill... Lott Predicts Calderon Tax Cut For Companies In The States Before 2005
  Hot Button Issue
Gigi Fernandez: "I put Puerto Rico on the tennis map. I don't think there was a fan of tennis that didn't know that I am from Puerto Rico."
The Bungled Case For Independence
By Garry Hoyt
  Island Politics
Statement By Governor Sila M. Calderon On Her Decision Not To Seek Re-Election

All Is Forgiven For Rock Stars & Politicians

  The Local Scene
Island Enjoys Day In Sun…Expos Teach Kids At Ft. Buchanan
  Culture, Heritage & Language
Daniel Rodriguez - Recipient Of The 1st Raul Julia Award

'Marisol' Mostly Mesmerizes

Book Offers Lasting Tribute To Latina Mothers

P.R. Based Ministry To Build In Pembroke Pines…Foreign Influx Lifts Population In Broward County

'Born To Fight'
  Sports & Entertainment
Bringing Down The House

Expos Park Named For Puerto Rican Pioneer

Interview: George Chakiris, Rita Moreno & Marni Nixon Discuss Making The Film "West Side Story"

Reservists Go To Great Lengths To Serve

A Lifeline For Latino Survivors Of 9 - 11

Can Washington Beat Out SJ For the Expos?…'Jock Tax,' Puerto Rico May Factor In Relocation
Puerto Rico Profiles
A Badge For Service To Alma Mater As One Of This Year's Yale Medal Winners, Rafael Porrata-Doria Jr. Is Among The Distinguished
Chapel Remains Flash Point For Competing Views
2 Lives Are Joined In Death; After Scrapes With Law, Teen Dad Was Building Future For His Family
  Congress and the President
HUD Helps Puerto Rico Create Homeownership Opportunities
Busine$$, Economic$ & Finance
Tough Test To Pass: Cesar Rey Craves Credit For Improving The Education System; Some Give Him An ‘A’ For Effort, Others An ‘F’ For Results

Resignation Of Pridco’s Jimenez Juarbe Appears Imminent: Not Many Candidates For The Job; Insiders Suggest Watlington

Port Of The Americas Holds Summit For Seven Possible Port Operators

January Passenger Traffic At LMM 7% Higher Than In ‘02. . .But 7% Lower When Compared With January ‘01

CompUSA Opens 1st Int’l Store - Computer Retailer Expands Into P.R.

New Drug Trial Could Give MS Victims Hope

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,247,031.15
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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