Daily Archives: November 29, 2019

Puerto Rico private sector calls Permits Regulation regressive

Puerto Rico is a difficult place to conduct personal and business transactions with the government.  Whether it’s spending all day at the DMV to renew a driver’s license or registration; or to renew licenses for a business, PR leaders need … Continue reading

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When Will Renewables Flourish in Puerto Rico?

Renewables won’t flourish when people are punished with excessive fees, cumbersome regulations.  “Wilson said the RSA-mandated fee would violate Act 17’s ban on direct or indirect fees on renewable energy consumption. He said the proposed 2.7 cents per kilowatt-hour fee … Continue reading

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75 Face Drug Charges In Puerto Rico, Some Allegedly Fed Victims To Reptiles

https://www.npr.org/2019/02/27/698784658/75-face-drug-charges-in-puerto-rico-some-allegedly-fed-victims-to-reptiles 75 Face Drug Charges In Puerto Rico, Some Allegedly Fed Victims To Reptiles     February 27, 20198:52 PM ET Vanessa Romo The U.S. Attorney of Puerto Rico on Wednesday announced 75 alleged gang members have been charged with … Continue reading

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