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Volume 7, Number 29

Oprima aquí para español.

More Puerto Rican Soldiers Might Be Sent To Iraq…
More Puerto Rican Soldiers Might Be Sent To Iraq…Rossello Campaigns In So. FL, His Candidacy Challenged…Calderon Satisfied With Washington Meetings…Vieques Protesters’ Trial Set…Soldier Killed In Iraq…Rosey Roads Development Council Sought…CRB Declares Again For Res. Comm.
The Queen And The Ambassador
81 Games In Puerto Rico?...
81 Games In Puerto Rico?…Pesquera Claims Credit For RR Reprieve…Cruz To Run For Res. Comm… Calderon Ready To Begin Transition Process…Acevedo Vila: New PDP Gubernatorial Candidate, Miranda Marin: Harder To Defeat NPP In ‘04…Rossello Officially Files Candidacy…Hospital Junked…Team USA Crushes P.R.
House OK's Judicial Reform...
House OK’s Judicial Reform…Locals Lose One…Martin To Run For SJ Mayor…Evangelists Protest Abolition Of Sodomy Law…Governor Signs Middle Class Tax Relief Law, Gives $25m To UPR…Pesquera Wants Primary Observers…Rodriguez Highlights Achievements…Island To Get $20.5m In Tobacco Agreement…Orlando College To Offer Bilingual Classes

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report
Pre-Game Report On The 2004 Governor’s Race
  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Brandi, Castellvi Add Spark To Women’s Tennis
  Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Puerto Rico
If Only Celia Were Here ... Live The Legacy at The World Salsa Congress
  Washington Update
Why The Senate Did Not Vote On Closing Puerto Rico Base…Calderon Confident Of Federal Tax Exemption For Companies
"End Game" For Puerto Rico: More Of The Same Old, Same Old
By Ricardo Aponte

Statehood For Puerto Rico: The Creation Of An American Quebec & A Canadian-Style Official Bilingualism

The Dawn Of A New Day
  Island Politics
Critics Say Calderon Focused On Details, Ignored The Bigger Picture
  The Local Scene
$2.3b Tren Urbano Aims To Cut traffic

Roosevelt Roads’ Possible Closure: Gov’t Minimizes Impact; A Multi-Faceted Resource; Ceiba Residents Want It Retained; Retailers Hit The Hardest

  Culture • Heritage • Language
Mike’s Spanish Ayes Fade: 47% Latino Support Has Dwindled To 19%

Church Continues Expansion Programs

FCAT Foes Lead Charge In Orlando

Tracking Latino Progress

A World Of Difference For Baseball; Int’l Flavor Adds To All-Star Game Appeal

'Puerto Rican Light'

New Audio Tour Guide To Old San Juan

  Sports & Entertainment
Adiós To The Queen Of Salsa

Puerto Rican Singer Wraps His Rap In Traditional Salsa

Baker Stands By Heat Comments

'Deep Purple': Sex and Violins

Carmen González Returns With Fine Fare

Veneman Announces 6th Class Of Hispanic-Serving Institutions Fellows

Latinos Grow In Number, Not Influence

The End Of The Beginning
Puerto Rico Profiles
Vilmarie Castellvi Finishes Season Atop National Singles Rankings

Mark Ruiz: Twist Of Fate…Delgado No Longer Major League's Mystery Man

Mayport Base Looks To The Future, Vieques & RR Changes Help Chances
Congress and the President
Democrats Seek a Stronger Focus, and Money

Mr. Diversity

Bush Issues Federal Ban On Racial Profiling

Business • Economics • Finance
Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,244,125.58
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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