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Volume 7, Number 26

Oprima aquí para español.

House Drops Sodomy Ban From New Penal Code…
House Drops Sodomy Ban From New Penal Code After U.S. Supreme Court Declares Texas Law Unconstitutional…Gays Declare Victory… Prepa Builds Biggest Underground Circuit In U.S….Feds Begin Arrests For Violent Vieques Incidents, Police Play Role… Trias Monge Dead At 83…Ricky: Baby? What Baby?
The Law of Whose Land?
All Parties Broke Electoral Law In ’00…
All Parties Broke Electoral Law In ’00…Pesquera, Religious Leaders Oppose Eliminating Art. 103…Eastern Corridor Re-Inaugurated… Rios Could Face New Charges… FCC Approves El Mundo Network Sale…Spain's Gas Natural Moves Into Puerto Rico…Senate OK’s Penal Code; Eliminates Sodomy Article… Rossello Dismisses LULAC Findings…Pesquera Defends Candidacy
NPP Contenders Attack Each Other…
NPP Contenders Attack Each Other…Gov. Meets With Sen. Murray Over UT…NPP Fund-Raiser Falls Short…Island Wins Centrobasket Tourney…Vizcarrondo Unsure Vigoreaux Can Beat Santini, He’s Criticized In Handling Of Fight…Calderon Claims Economic Gains…Misla Sentenced To Prison…Rossello Moves To Vega Alta…McClintock Blasts Census, Says 3.8m Citizens Omitted

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
Crime And Punishment
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
P.R. Wins Centrobasket Gold Medal In Undefeated Fashion
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
From Puerto Rico To Putumayo: Michael Kraus’ Musical Odyssey
  Washington Update
Governor’s Office Contradicted On Aid To Low-Income Puerto Ricans…House And Senate Pass Bills To Increase Medicare In Puerto Rico…Key Republican Backs Vote In House For Non-State D.C….House Committee Supports Navy Vieques Clean-Up Plan
Hoyt Goes Too Far
By Ricardo Aponte

Puerto Rico Cannot Afford Confrontation

    Puerto Rico Profiles
José Trías Monge, 83, Dies: A Creator, Later A Critic, Of Puerto Rico’s Link With The United States

PA. Commonwealth Secretary Pedro A. Cortes

  Island Politics
LULAC Seems To Be Naive On Statehood Issue
  The Local Scene
Robbery Hits Home, Rivera González Hits Floor

Hiram Bithorn Stadium Playing Like Home Run Bithorn

  Culture, Heritage & Language
More Than Black & White…Hispanics Pass Blacks…Population Is Rising At Dizzying Rate

Bethlehem Residents Revive Puerto Rican Parade

"A Hispanic Perspective" Exhibit Creates Vista Without Boundaries

`Dirty Girls Social Club' Is Half-Baked

Fraternity Gives Hispanic Students Voice, Unity

Puerto Rican Revival: The Island Has Embarked On A Series Of Tourism Initiatives

Good Eating: A Caribbean Summer

  Sports & Entertainment
Juan Trinidad Is Fine With Setup…So, He’s Knocked Out!… De La Hoya Working To Lure Felix Trinidad Out Of Retirement

Livin' The Serious Life; Ricky Martin's New Album Matches His Outlook

Latino Music & Dance Go Mainstream In Paris

Team Cooks Up Musical Paella

Former Deputy Rafael Herrera Promoted The Rights Of Children

Center Points Way To Jobs

Latino Players Can Revive Baseball In America
There Will Always Be Vieques: Puerto Rico Concerned About Cleanup
Congress and the President
A Battle Over Bilingual Ballot

Republicans Sign Up For Spanish Class…Democrats Not Impressed

  Busine$$, Economic$ & Finance
Campaign Gold: Electoral Reform Could Pour $50m Into The Economy In ’04

Contract Dispute Delaying Intercontinental Cayo Largo Resort

Only Four Local Suppliers Contacted By Wal-Mart Buyers

Shoppers Hit The Local Malls For Dads

USHCC Will Have 2007 Annual Convention In Puerto Rico

Latin Businesses Get Own VC Fund

No hable? No Problem!; Rhetorical Develops English/Spanish Voice For American Market

The Philippine Question
Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,244,918.01
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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