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  1. Military government of Porto Rico from October 18, 1898, to April 30, 1900--appendices to the report of the military governor. Epitome of reports of: I. ... Board of Health. II. The Board of Charities by Puerto Rico. Governor, 2010-08-28
  2. Port and Terminal Facilities at the Ports of San Juan, Ponce, and Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 1941 by Government Printing Office, 1941
  3. Requiem on Cerro Maravilla: The Police Murders in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Government Cover-Up by Manuel Suarez, 1987-09
  4. Laws Relating to the Civil Adminstration and Government of the Island of Porto Rico. by Puerto Rico, 2010-07-24
  5. Constitution Establishing Self-Government in the Islands of Cuba and Porto Rico: Promulgated by Royal Decree of November 25, 1897 by Puerto Rico, 2010-05-25
  6. The introduction of smallpox vaccine in 1803 and the adoption of immunization as a government function in Puerto Rico by José G Rigau-Pérez, 1989
  7. Government and politics in Puerto Rico: New formula for self-government by Jesús de Galíndez, 1954
  8. Mandate of the people of Puerto Rico: maximum self-government within permanent union with the United States of America by Rafael Hernández Colón, 1973
  9. Civic education: Course of study for the seventh and eighth grades : Puerto Rico, 1928 (Bulletin / Government of Porto Rico, Department of Education) by Andrés Sandín, 1929
  10. Long range planning of government activities in Puerto Rico by Harvey Stephen Perloff, 1955
  11. A view of the present condition of the slave population in the island of Puerto Rico under the Spanish government: Showing the impolicy and danger of prematurely ... on the prosperity of nations and colonies by George Dawson Flinter, 1832
  12. A study of the possibilities for the assignment of central bank functions to the government development bank for Puerto Rico. - by Francisco Javier Flores, 1972
  13. Banco de Fomento: the first thirty years;: A case history, the Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico by John P Broderick, 1973
  14. Message ... transmitting A report of the Secretary of State, with accompanying papers, showing that a civil government for Porto Rico has been organized according to an act of Congress approved April 12, 1900. by Puerto Rico., 1901

61. Government
information. Category Regional Caribbean puerto rico Governmenthttp//
Government Census Figures Population estimates program releases total population estimates and demographic information.
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Office of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions
This office is responsible for supervising and regulating the financial sector to guarantee the safety and soundness of the financial system, as well as assure compliance with the industry's laws.
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Puerto Rican Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA)
Represents the government, municipalities and the people of the Commonwealth to federal, state and local entities, as well as to various private and non-profit organizations. Category: Regional > Caribbean > Puerto Rico > Government Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company This government agency assists companies that are relocating to or expanding in the island. Category: Regional > Caribbean > Puerto Rico > Government

62. Politics In Puerto Rico
symbol of freedom and prosperity. Under the new sovereignty, however,puerto rico reverted back to a purely colonial government.
Encuesta Politica del Nuevo Dia Candidatos 2000
    Despite all available sources of entertainment Puerto Ricans amuse themselves with one predominant activityPolitics. Puerto Ricans seem to breathe Politics in their daily livesand seem to enjoy inmensely the activities of politicians. In 1898 , as one of the conditions to end the Spanish- American war between Spain and the United States, Spain was forced to cede Puerto Rico to the victorious Americans under the Treaty of Paris. Strangely enough the Americans were welcomed warmly by the Puerto Rican people who saw in the United States flag a symbol of freedom and prosperity. Under the new sovereignty, however, Puerto Rico reverted back to a purely colonial government. The turning point in island history came in 1940 when Don Pedro Albizu Campos Luis A Ferre , formerly a Republican.The Government has been in control of both major parties in almost an alternating fashion since then. Proponents for the independence of Puerto Rico under the Puerto Rican Independence Party have never been able to increase their forces to more than 5% of the population. There have been various plebiscites trying to solve the status problemthese have been won by the proponents of the Commonwealth status.However the Statehood proponents, mainly the Partido Nuevo Progresista (New Progressive Party),who at the present controls the government, insist on a new plebiscite and are actively working in the US Congress to that effect. As you can see there is some room for entertainment in watching politicians do what they must do getting involved in this and other interesting points of Puerto Rican politics. Puerto Ricans with their sense of humor usually give a tone of comedy to some of those differences keeping however well aware of the serious significance of these in their lives and in the future of the island.

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64. Puerto Rico At A Glance
government. General elections are held every four years; Federal courts and agenciesoperate in puerto rico in the same manner as the 50 states. Citizenship.
Puerto Rico at a Glance
Capitol Building, San Juan, P.R
The island
  • Located in the northern Caribbean 1,050 miles of Miami
  • Encompassing 3,492 square miles. It is similar in size to Connecticut
  • Its 3.8 million population equals Arizona and Kentucky
  • The capital city, San Juan, has nearly 500,000 residents
  • Metropolitan San Juan boasts a population of over 1.6 million
  • Temperatures average 75F in Winter, 81F in Summer
  • Local self-governing territory under the US constitution
  • Divided into executive, legislative and judicial branches
  • General elections are held every four years
  • Federal courts and agencies operate in Puerto Rico in the same manner as the 50 states
  • Puerto Ricans have been statutory US citizens since 1917
  • They have no voting representation in Congress and can't vote for the president
  • They receive lower levels of federal benefits but don't pay federal income taxes
  • Their future US citizenship and nationality is not guaranteed
  • English and Spanish have been official languages since 1902
  • English is taught from first through twelfth grade
  • 50% of all Puerto Ricans over the age of 5 speak English and Spanish
  • 85% of Post -Secondary school students speak English and Spanish
  • Federal courts and agencies use English
  • Local governmental affairs are conducted in English and Spanish
  • English is the language of Commerce
  • 100 year tradition of cultural integration with mainland society
  • Island has a Latin American and Caribbean historical and cultural heritage stemming from 400 years of Spanish rule

65. PUERTO RICO HERALD: What Business And Government Could Learn From Each Other
the big picture. There are 3.8 million customers of the puerto Ricogovernment and their interests as a whole must be met first.
What Business And Government Could Learn From Each Other
by Lance Oliver
January 28, 2000
In recent conversations with half a dozen people who are accustomed to moving in the island's business circles I've heard several misconceptions. "If you counted the off-the-books economy, Puerto Rico would be richer than any state," one fellow said to me recently. He cited a statistic suggesting that 30 percent of the island's economic activity is unreported. Assuming that figure is correct, however, (another serious estimate I've heard is 24 percent) and assuming that there is zero off-the-books economic activity in the United States, a 30 percent increase would still leave Puerto Rico with significantly lower per capita income than any state. Aside from drug dealing, the vast majority of that unreported income consists of people cutting lawns and trimming hedges for very low pay. Those who would diminish Puerto Rico's economic challenges also like to cite the high sales of luxury cars and the record-setting per-store sales recorded at local retailers such as JC Penney, whose Hato Rey store outsells any other in the chain. What they don't take into account is that despite the recent building boom in retail space, Puerto Rico still has far fewer square feet of retail space per capita than the United States. Sales are concentrated in fewer stores. An importer sells a lot of Mercedes-Benz cars because there is less competition. Another factor inflating those sales figures is the negative savings rate in Puerto Rico. If people spend a lot of money it doesn't necessarily mean they're wealthier than we think. It also means they have more debt than is reasonable.

66. Puerto Rico Governemt
government in puerto rico Country name conventional long form Commonwealthof puerto rico conventional short form puerto rico. Data code RQ.
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When dialing from outside Puerto Rico dial 1 plus the area code (787) plus the local 7 digit number Government in Puerto Rico Country name:
conventional long form: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
conventional short form: Puerto Rico Data code: RQ Dependency status: commonwealth associated with the US Government type: commonwealth National capital: San Juan Administrative divisions: none (commonwealth associated with the US); there are no first-order administrative divisions as defined by the US Government, but there are 78 municipalities Independence: none (commonwealth associated with the US) National holiday: US Independence Day, 4 July (1776) Constitution: ratified 3 March 1952; approved by US Congress 3 July 1952; effective 25 July 1952 Legal system: based on Spanish civil code Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal; indigenous inhabitants are US citizens but do not vote in US presidential elections

67. Government In Puerto Rico
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68. US Government Preparing For Mass Arrests In Puerto Rico
US government preparing for mass arrests in puerto rico. By Bill Vann6 November 1999. Use this version to print. The US Justice Department
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By Bill Vann 6 November 1999 Use this version to print The US Justice Department is reportedly sending 300 federal marshals to the small island of Vieques, off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, in an apparent preparation for massive civil disobedience anticipated in the event that the Pentagon orders the resumption of live-fire shelling exercises there. Protests erupted on the island after a stray bomb claimed the life of one Puerto Rican civilian employed by the Navy and injured four others in April. Popular outrage over the incident forced Puerto Rico's Governor Pedro Rosello to form a Special Commission on Vieques, which recommended an immediate and permanent cessation of military exercises on the island. A second panel, however, was formed by the Pentagon and issued a recommendation to the Clinton administration that, while live-fire exercises should be phased out over the next five years, to order an immediate halt to the operations would endanger "national security."

69. Puerto Rico - Government
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70. Puerto Rico's Phone War
nightly news. In Hartford, a labor group has demonstrated in frontof puerto rico's government offices on Pearl Street. Turning the
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Puerto Rico's Phone War
This editorial ran in the Courant July 6, 1998 If you've bought into the hype, you probably think the revolution over the future political status of Puerto Rico begins at midnight on Tuesday. That's when tens of thousands of workers promise to walk off their jobs to protest the pending sale of the government-owned telephone company to a consortium headed by Stamford-based GTE Corp. A strike of that magnitude could bring the island to a standstill. Some polls indicate that more than 65 percent of Puerto Ricans oppose the sale. Many opponents of the sale contend that the telephone company is a sacred cash cow. La Telefonica employs about 8,000 people, one-third more than other similarly sized American companies. But the company is technologically up-to- date and probably could operate efficiently with fewer than 8,000 employees. Although it still charges 10 cents a call on pay phones, La Telefonica makes a profit from the monopoly it has on intraisland calls. The profits help hold the line on taxes and fund education. Gov. Pedro J. Rossello's political opponents claim

71. Governmental Information Of Puerto Rico - Government And Institutions
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72. World Travel Guide - Puerto Rico - History And Government
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History and Government
History: Partido Popular Democrático (PPD) is broadly in favour of the existing Commonwealth status, while the Partido Neuvo Progresista (PNP) supports full state membership. In December 1998, the third referendum in 30 years was held on the issue: voters were asked whether they wished Puerto Rico to become the 51st state of the USA, become independent, enter a compact of Free Association (similar to that which operates in a number of Pacific micro-territories) or retain the status quo. By a narrow majority, they voted for the status quo.
Some left-wing groups are working towards independence, including a couple of extremist groups which advocate and use violence: independence remains a sensitive issue on the island. Puerto Rico has a representative in the US House of Representatives; the inhabitants of the island are US citizens, but they may not vote in presidential elections. The latest election for Governor, held in November 2000, was a three-way fight between PNP candidate Carlos Pesquera, Sila Maria Caldero of the PPD and Ruben Berrios Martine of the small Partido Independentista

73. Palmer Dodge A Case Study - Government Of Puerto Rico
A Case Study government of puerto rico Palmer Dodge’s team representedthe government of puerto rico in its efforts to improve

74. FTC College Of Physician-Surgeons Of Puerto Rico
agreed to settle charges that they engaged in illegal conduct when they collectivelydemanded pricerelated changes under puerto rico's government managed care

75. Political Resources On The Net - Puerto Rico (Parties & Org.)
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76. History Of Puerto Rico II
General elections were held in March and on July 17,1898 puerto rico'sautonomous government began to function, but not for long.
Rafael Hernandez
Rafael Hernandez is considered one of the greatest Puerto Rican music composers. He was born in the town of Aguadilla in 1892 and died in San Juan in 1965. Rafael studied music in Puerto Rico and Mexico. He also served in the armed forces during the first world war. In 1926 while residing in New York city he formed the musical trio called "Trío Borincano". In 1929 he composed the famous "Lamento Borincano". In 1934 he formed the musical group called "Cuarteto Victoria". Rafael traveled much of Latin America with both musical groups. In 1937 he wrote one of his most beautiful songs "Preciosa". In 1947 Rafael returned to Puerto Rico and he became director of the Puerto Rican Symphonic Orquestra and also advisor to WIPR-Radio . Some of his most famous and beautiful compositions are:
  • Ahora somos Felices
  • Campanitas de Cristal
  • Culpable
  • El Cumbanchero
  • Ese soy Yo
  • Perfume de Gardenias
  • Silencio
  • Tu no Comprendes
Rafael Hernandez composed Christmas music, Zarzuelas, Danzas, Congas, Guarachas, Rumbas, Boleros, Romanzas, Operetas, Plenas, Valses and much more. Much of his music has reached world fame. The music of Rafael Hernandez forms an important part of Puerto Rican Culture. His songs and tunes bring beautiful nostalgic memories to most Puerto Ricans on the island, and those whose reside in the USA and elsewhere.

77. Puerto Rico's Business Information
Act of 1917 that were not nullified with the creation of the Commonwealth status,definesthe relation between puerto rico and the federal government.Under its
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The Constitution that created the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico,was drafted by an elected constituent assembly,accepted by vo ters in a referendum in March 1952, ratified by U.S.Congress and proclaimed on July 25,1952.It defines internal government terms and processes similar to those of the U.S.with an elected two-chamber Legislature,an Executive and a Judicial Branch. Puerto Ricans residing in the Island are U.S. Citizens,but do not have the right to vote for President or Members of Congress.Puerto Rico has representation in Congress through a Resident Commissioner.The Resident Commissioner sits in the House of Representatives and has voice but can only vote in ertain committees. Total Consolidated Budget $21,849 million

78. Puerto Rico State & Local Government
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79. Welcome To Meet Puerto Rico
government Structure The government of puerto rico is composed of legislative,executive, and judicial branches. It is part of the
Puerto Ricans are citizens of the United States , and have been since 1917, but because of the Island's Commonwealth status they cannot participate in the U.S. general election process. Puerto Ricans can vote for the President of the United States if they’re registered voters and live in the U.S. Government Structure
The government of Puerto Rico is composed of legislative, executive, and judicial branches. It is part of the U.S. Federal District Court System. Spanish is spoken in both houses of the legislature and in the local courts. Puerto Rico has 78 municipalities, each with an elected mayor and municipal assembly. The governor is elected for a 4-year term and can appoint over 500 executive and judicial branch officials. The election process is similar to the U.S. process, electing a Governor and a Resident Commissioner which represents Puerto Rico in the U.S. Congress. The Commissioner has a voice but no vote. The U.S. Federal government manages Puerto Rico's foreign relations, defense, post office, customs service, agricultural research and Coast Guard. Political Parties
There’s often heated discussions about whether Puerto Rico should become the 51st state, remain a Commonwealth, or become a sovereign nation. Political parties fueling the debate include the Popular Democratic Party (PDP), which supports continued Commonwealth status with more autonomy; the New Progressive Party (NPP), which favors statehood; and with a small following, the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP).

80. Proxim Wireless Networks: Document Library
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Located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Puerto Rico is a tropical island. Approximately 3500 square miles, the island is home to nearly 4 million people, making it one of the most densely populated islands in the world. Until recently communication throughout Puerto Rico was done the old fashioned wayeither through telephone or driving to another facility or jurisdiction to deliver material or hold meetings. In 1995 Puerto Rico's governor, Pedro Rossello, created the Governor's Information Systems Committee (GISC) and put the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) director, Jorge Aponte, in charge. With a strategy to integrate applied and innovative technology throughout Puerto Rico, GISC's objective was to have all government facilities linked and operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week by the end of summer 2000. With a goal to automate the government's information systems, Aponte put together a proposal request for a new and expanded network solution that would improve service delivery to all Puerto Rican citizens. The new solution was also to provide voice, data, and electronic image or video transfers within Puerto Rico for all government services available in electronic format.

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