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Volume 9, Nos. 31, 32

The Clamor Against The Government

Puerto Rico’s "Meltdown:" Can It Be Stopped?
Gov’t Employment Rises…
Gov’t Employment Rises… AAV Amends Work Reduction Plan… Business Confidence, Illegal DR Migration Drop… Delgado Gives Back… Café Romances… Aponte: New Taxes Unnecessary… Senators’ Sanction’s Ratified… Prasa Increase Defended… Rossello Rejects Money… UPR To Invest $165m… Sanchez Returns… Ferrer Steps Back… IDs For Dominicans… Police Need $28m
Gov’t Exhausts Borrowing Capacity…
Gov’t Exhausts Borrowing Capacity… 'Ugly' Brawl Player’s Fined… Senate, Union Agree To Solve Crisis… Pres. Vote Nixed Again… AAVs Authority Questioned, He Reduces Work Schedule… EPA Fines Developers… Bankers Blast Gov’s Speech… 1k Ed. Jobs Cut… Senate Dispute Continues… Why The Army… SJ Shadows…$154m For UPR Students… PRFAA Cut Deeper… Gov’t To Up Hourly Wages… IL Seeks P.R. Nurses… Workers Face Cuts

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Puerto Rico's Accomplishments In Sports
  Island Politics

Energy Crisis
By Carlos Romero Barcelo

S&P Reacts To Governor’s Budget Veto: Political Differences Between Legislative & Executive Branches Must Be Resolved To Obtain A Higher Credit Rating

Puerto Rico Rights At Stake
  Business • Economics • Finance

Move Over Mass Marketers: The Digital Age Blurs Line In Reaching Consumers Through TV, Radio, Newspapers, & The Internet

Digital Consumers Create Changes In Marketing Strategies

Government Carjacks Auto Buyers: Hefty Taxes On Automobiles Will Cost Puerto Rico Consumers $700m In Fiscal 2006

P.R. Consumers Are In For More Sticker Shock

Puerto Rico’s Sales Of Pharmaceutical Products In 2004 Grow 9.2% To $1.7b

Local Push For Cafta-DR Trade Agreement

Commonwealth Investors Receive Fiscal Update

Manufacturers Censure 158% Proposed Water Hike & Warn About Company Exits

Baltasar Corrada del Río Returns To Private Practice

Puerto Rico Rumpus; Unions At Tiny Webs Take On Giant Univision

  The Local Scene
Guns & Drugs… Trying To Stem The Tide
   Culture, Heritage & Language

Spanish Is Here To Stay

Hispanics Vulnerable In Social Security Change

Merck Failed To Warn Hispanics In Spanish About Vioxx Cardio Risks


With New Title, 'The Voice' Of Puerto Rico Tourism Is Spreading The Word

   Sports & Entertainment

Juan Padilla Has Been A Pleasant Surprise For The Tides

'You Can't Do That With A Guitar'

There's More To Rios Than Link To BALCO


Recruiter Aimed For Diversity; She's Honored For Her Groundbreaking Work In Latin America

Hispanics Hit Voting Hurdles… 4 Sue Kissimmee Over Elections System
The Battle For Latino Souls
  Puerto Rico Profiles

Puerto Ricans Like What Central Florida Offers


Firm Hired By Navy Tried To Sway Vieques Vote

  Congress and the President

Latinos Disappointed, Still Holding Out Hope For A Hispanic Nominee

Parties Pursuing The Hispanic Vote… Democrats Focus on Latino Partnerships


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