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Puerto Rico came to Congress last year because it desperately needed some sort of help: after a decade of deficit financing, it is now $72 billion in...
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Governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rosselló, during a June 15, 2017, address in Washington, D.C., urged Congress to listen to the wishes of the 97 ...
Following a series of defaults on payments toward billions of dollars worth of debt, Congress last year passed a law giving a federal financial board...
The U.S. Congress should consider overhauling its system of benefits for disabled people in Puerto Rico, who get almost no government help, according...
WASHINGTON – The Senate has unanimously approved a bill that would extend a federal law governing U.S. mutual funds, exchange-traded funds ...
Almost nothing on the planet, short of nuclear weaponry, destroys economic value as rapidly as a mega-hurricane. In Puerto Rico, decades of ...
It is no secret that Puerto Rico is in financial crisis. The U.S. territory owes $70 billion to a variety of creditors while the economy is in a...
WASHINGTON – Congress' narrow tailoring of the PROMESA law to Puerto Rico prevents states from using the law as a template for their own ...
WASHINGTON – House Natural Resources Committee chair Rob Bishop is warning members of Puerto Rico's oversight board that the board's...
The bipartisan Congressional Task Force on Economic Growth in Puerto Rico today released its final report with policy recommendations that aim to...
President Trump has authorized federal disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico response to the hurricane. But with a child poverty rate of 58 percent...
Members of the federal entity that oversees local finances discuss options with members of Congress
Two republican senators are making calls for account and stress that they believe that the fiscal plan of the government of Puerto Rico contravenes...