José Luis Dalmau Santiago, PPD president, says they remain active in Washington supporting the Commonwealth
John Villamil Casanova believes that normalizing the lives of undocumented youth in the U.S. is also an opportunity for the UPR
The 26-year-old Afro-Puerto Rican attorney was elected city councilor of a town in the second-largest city in western Massachusetts
Considering the elimination of the federal tax credit under Act 154-2010, the Puerto Rico House Speaker will propose changes in several areas of the tax system
The measure was approved by voice vote at the end of the 2021 session and will now head to the House for final passage
FEMA announced that it will conduct the study along with the U.S. Department of Energy
In their argument, the directors of the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico law clinics rejected the idea of framing complaints against the United States as a matter of lack of representation of a minority.