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  1. East Africa food relief event packs 115,560 meals in Fort MorganRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

    ... and pack meals, as did a Somali store owner, Doughty said. Another couple who volunteered at the event was from Puerto Rico, she said, and they had only been living in Fort Morgan for three months. They said they saw a sign about the MobilePack ...

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  2. Doctors Are Fleeing Puerto Rico Amid Debt CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | MSNBC

    Puerto Rico's struggling financial crisis has set off an exodus of medical personnel, leaving physicians with unmanageable patient loads and triggering a cascade of problems for patients and hospitals. The government, some hospitals and non-profits are offering incentives to try to keep or attract doctors to Puerto Rico as the situation worsens.

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  3. Could Puerto Rico Be the Next Hot Tax Haven?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    ... banks," says Ryan Christiansen, president of Christiansen Commercial Real Estate, a brokerage based in Puerto Rico that leases office space. Tax experts attribute at least part of the influx to a little-known loophole made possible by the IFE ...

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  4. Puerto Rico Pressing On in Its Quest for StatehoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Roll Call

    Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello arrives for a news conference about the June 11 vote in favor of U.S. statehood at the National Press Club in Washington on June 15. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello recently swore in his dream team for political representation - two senators and five representatives to match the commonwealth's population. While their request is unlikely to see much movement from Hill leadership, the debate over Puerto Rico's future is unlikely to fade away.

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  5. For many in Puerto Rico, 'energy dominance' is just a new name for US colonialismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    ... from foreign oil. My research studies how expansionist efforts play out in the U.S. unincorporated territory of Puerto Rico. For centuries, Spanish and U.S. colonial governments and corporations have practiced what could be called "energy dominance" ...

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  6. Agritek Holdings, Inc. Announces $300,000 Cash Infusion On Heels Of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Market Wire

    ... public on a national stage. This initial $300,000 in funding for development of our ongoing land projects in Puerto Rico, Colorado, Canada and our new project in Washington state with details to soon be announced, truly represents belief in ...

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  7. 'Be brave enough to stand up for what you believe in,' Katko tells Syracuse kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | The Post-Standard

    The audience at the Southwest Community center had big eyes and short legs. They were finishing up a pizza lunch and waiting for the show Wednesday.

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  8. Strangling Puerto Rico in Order to Save ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 18 | Counterpunch

    The United States invaded Puerto Rico in 1898 and took it from Spain. Although the residents became United States citizens in 1917, the island's colonial status has been a locus of political debate and struggle for most of its subsequent history.

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  9. Op-Ed Contributor: Strangling Puerto Rico in Order to Save ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | The New York Times

    The United States invaded Puerto Rico in 1898 and took it from Spain. Although the residents became United States citizens in 1917, the island's colonial status has been a locus of political debate and struggle for most of its subsequent history.

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  10. Milwaukee Film Festival announces its 2017 Cine Sin Fronteras selectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | OnMilwaukee

    Milwaukee Film is on a roll with its rollout of movie selections for the upcoming festival coming to a theater by you next month. Yesterday, it unveiled its lineup of picks for its nationally recognized Black Lens program , and now today, the organization announced the sophomore year of its Cine Sin Fronteras program, featuring seven features and a collection of shorts all highlighting the diverse culture, stories and viewpoints of the Latinx diaspora.

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  11. How Medicare Tourism Could Help Puerto Rico and the U.S. Federal BudgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | US News & World Report

    ... And it's growing as baby boomers retire and health costs increase. At the same time, the U.S. island of Puerto Rico faces a problem. Its government is effectively bankrupt, and the economy is contracting. Tourism receipts are below potential levels. ...

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  12. Incinerating the Future: Austerity Crisis Threatens Wetlands and Economic Opportunity in Puerto RicoRead the original story

    Monday Aug 14 | Sierra

    Last month on our blog we introduced you to Sierra Club de Puerto Rico , where our newest chapter is in solidarity with allies on the Island of Enchantment in the fight against economic austerity. The pressure from Congress to repay decades-old debts to international financiers is putting Puerto Ricans in the impossible position of having to sacrifice the incredible natural beauty that makes our island so special.

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  13. Agritek Holdings, Inc. Announces Phase One Construction On 25,000 Sq. ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Market Wire

    Agritek Holdings will provide funding for the build out of the operation, extraction and all equipment as well as cultivation experts under the Agritek team through its executed five year Operations and Licensing Agreement with 1919 Clinic. The Operations and Licensing Agreement entitles Agritek to multiple revenue streams including monthly consulting fees, equipment lease back fees, as well as exclusivity for the sale of Agritek brands including vape products, oils and edibles upon meeting all the standards as set forth for legal operation by the Department of Health for Puerto Rico.

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  14. Relative: Detractors were for his jugularRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Trinidad Guardian

    Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley embraces Brenda Jones during the sign of peace during the funeral of her late husband, Malcom Jones, held yesterday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help RC Church, Harris Promenade, San Fernando. Former Petrotrin executive chairman Dr Malcolm Jones was an icon who possessed values yearned to see emulated by young people in this country, said his close friend Winston Rudder yesterday during his funeral service.

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  15. Puerto Rico financial board creating grounds for own removalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | The Hill

    Scanning recent tax revenues, one would think that all is well in Puerto Rico. On Aug. 2, the Puerto Rican Treasury Department announced that tax collection for the first month of fiscal year 2018 was ahead of its forecast.

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  16. Doctors Are Fleeing Puerto Rico Amid Debt CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | MSNBC

    Puerto Rico's struggling financial crisis has set off an exodus of medical personnel, leaving physicians with unmanageable patient loads and triggering a cascade of problems for patients and hospitals. The government, some hospitals and non-profits are offering incentives to try to keep or attract doctors to Puerto Rico as the situation worsens.

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  17. Licenses, ID Cards Sold to Illegal Aliens by Corrupt State Workers Used for Voter FraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Judicial Watch

    ... Rican birth certificates to obtain authentic American documents. Located about 1,000 miles southeast of Florida, Puerto Rico became a U.S. territory about two decades after the Caribbean island was acquired from Spain at the end of the ...

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  18. Puerto Rico betting on medical marijuanaRead the original story

    Monday Aug 7 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Jesus Aponte pushes a door open to reveal hundreds of aromatic, spiky green plants, a crop that Puerto Rico hopes will help it ease a grinding economic crisis by generating millions in revenue and tens of thousands of jobs. Aponte, a 29-year-old biologist and chemical engineer, had been thinking of joining the wave of young Puerto Rican professionals heading to the United States to seek work - an exodus that has aggravated the U.S. territory's woes.

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  19. Tropizen Partners with WonderLeaf to Bring State-of-the-Art Cannabis Manufacturing to Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | PRWeb

    Tropizen, one of the first licensed growers and manufacturers of medical marijuana in Puerto Rico, today announced a new partnership with WonderLeaf, which will bring industry-leading cannabis manufacturing to Puerto Rico. By partnering with WonderLeaf, Tropizen will gain access to their extraction processes, which utilize high purity CO2 to produce small-batch, raw, strain specific oils and concentrates.

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  20. Another bee attack reported in southern ArizonaRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | World News Report

    According to Rio Rico Fire Department, a 75-year-old man was found unresponsive by a pond on the Rio Rico Golf Club on Wednesday morning. There were multiple stings to the man's scalp, face, arms, and neck.

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