An article by Ryan Ellis in Forbes has identified the debt crisis in Puerto Rico as “arguably the top issue facing Congress” at present. Ellis… Read More »Can Tax Changes Make Puerto Rico an Economic Tiger?
On Thursday, October 22, 2015, in New York City, Reorg Research hosted an animated panel discussion on the critical economic and political challenges facing Puerto… Read More »Fortuno, Millstein Discuss Chapter 9, Next Steps for Puerto Rico
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream During his recent visit to Puerto Rico, possible presidential candidate Jeb Bush was asked his views about including Puerto… Read More »Bush Joins with Fortuno to Urge Inclusion of Puerto Rico in Chapter 9 of US Bankruptcy Code
Former Gov. Luis Fortuño spoke to the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce this week. Fortuño said that his tough financial cuts and transparency with Wall… Read More »Fortuño Speaks on Puerto Rico’s Economy
“There must be a system in place that works,” said former Governor Luis Fortuno at the beginning of an interview on ABC’s Topline. Fortuno was speaking in response to a question on immigration reform. As a Puerto Rican and therefore a citizen of the United States, Fortuno is not an immigrant, but as a Hispanic leader within the Republican party, he is often called upon to speak on the subject.
“Republicans are in the midst of a major period of soul-searching,” said the interviewer, asking for prescriptions for the Republican party. Fortuno had suggestions.Read More »Fortuno: Republican Party Must Be the Party of Opportunity
A new poll shows that incumbent Governor Luis Fortuno has taken the lead in the gubinatorial race with 47.2% of the vote. Challenger and Popular Democratic Party (PDP) member Garcia Padilla followed in second place with 41.5%, Independence candidate Commissioner Juan Dalmau Ramírez had 4% of the vote, and the three remaining candidates received 7.3%. The poll was conducted from October 19, 2012 to October 22, 2012.Read More »New Poll Shows Momentum For Fortuno and Statehood: Both Lead By More Than 5%
Puerto Rico’s first lady Luce Vela Fortuño introduced Ann Romney at the Republican Convention in Tampa last night, first highlighting Governor Luis Fortuño’s “success story of fiscal responsibility.. and compassionate attention to a social and faith-based agenda of unprecedented reach and consequence.”Read More »Fortuño and Vela at the Republican Convention