On January 27, Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi shared good news about the territory’s economic future and his priorities for the 118th Congress in a… Read More »Governor Pierluisi Sends His Priorities to Congress
Citizens of the freely associated states (FAS) have the freedom to travel and work in the United States, but they do not have the same… Read More »US Citizens Prioritized over FAS Migrants for Housing
PR100, a study of energy solutions in Puerto Rico, has concluded that Puerto Rico has the potential to reach 100% renewable energy on schedule. A… Read More »PR100 Study Shows Puerto Rico’s Energy Potential
Can stateside Puerto Ricans keep their U.S. citizenship if Puerto Rico were to become independent? Perhaps, but maybe not. Regardless, Supreme Court precedent won’t… Read More »Can Stateside Puerto Ricans Keep U.S. Citizenship under Independence?
As he ended his tenure as Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Steny Hoyer (D-MD) made the following remarks during a discussion of the… Read More »Hoyer Remarks Recognize Contributions by Puerto Ricans
Congress passed the Puerto Rico Status Act in December, 2022. The bill offers voters in Puerto Rico a choice of three status options: statehood, independence,… Read More »Rep. Gonzalez-Colon Will Introduce a New Puerto Rico Status Act
Last week, the Supreme Court held oral arguments on the case of Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico v. Centro de Periodismo Investigativo… Read More »The Supreme Court Discusses Sovereignty in Puerto Rico
Rep. Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon, the resident commissioner for Puerto Rico, has filed a collection of bills as the 118th session of Congress kicks off: HR 253,… Read More »González-Colón Introduces Five Bills as Congress Begins a New Session