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How much does each mayor earn in Puerto Rico?

https://www.metro.pr/pr/noticias/2018/11/16/cuanto-gana-alcalde-puerto-rico.html How much does each mayor earn in Puerto Rico? None of the salaries is equal to or less than the average income of its constituents By Metro Puerto Rico Friday, November 16, 2018, at 17:18 The Censal Information Center … Continue reading

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Puerto Ricans Want Their Government To Be More Transparent

https://www.npr.org/2018/11/19/669145225/post-maria-puerto-ricans-want-their-government-to-be-more-transparent 3:35 Download Transcript November 19, 20184:59 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition Adrian Florido Twitter The movement in Puerto Rico is growing. It’s taken on greater urgency after Hurricane Maria, as the island prepares for the arrival of tens … Continue reading

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Puerto Rican college student illustrates why the Fiscal Oversight Board is necessary to rein in corruption and mismanagement in PR government

https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/11/16/wolpert-gaztambide-integrating-puerto-rico WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico Christian Wolpert Gaztambide 1:44 am, Nov 16, 2018 Guest Columnist In the wake of Hurricane Maria, various campus organizations have mobilized against Yale’s holdings in mutual funds that hold Puerto Rican bonds. While I … Continue reading

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20,000 pallets of bottled water, received from FEMA, wasted after Hurricane Maria

$300,000 was being paid PER DAY to store pallets of bottled water instead of giving it out after Maria, but later it was deemed stale and thus waste?  This is another example of the failed response in Puerto Rico.  20,000 pallets of … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico Experiences an Agricultural Renaissance

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/puerto-rico-experiences-agricultural-renaissance-n656001 Puerto Rico Experiences an Agricultural Renaissance by Associated Press / Sep.28.2016 / 10:17 AM ET / Source: Associated Press This Sept. 23, 2016 photo shows a produce stand at La Placita de Santurce farmers’ market that sells mostly locally … Continue reading

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Dark, desperate life without power in Puerto Rico

The comments in the linked article should be read as well which illustrate the typical reaction. nolie “Sadly, these poor folks will be fooled into voting for leftist with the mistaken idea that things will then get better.” Wes “Whats … Continue reading

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How’s Socialism doing in Venezeula?

Puerto Rico, Puerto Ricans, Americans, everyone should not be fooled by the Socialistic policies of politicians like Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, who want to fool people by offering the most “free stuff.”   One only need examine the end result of … Continue reading

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