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 21st Century Puerto Rico is here to promote the island of the America that has survived! 

With Marie and Irma behind us, let’s promote the future ahead of us.

Vibe to Revive PR

July 24, 2019

Look for our upcoming “Vibe to Revive” our beautiful PR. Agriculture- what is going on with our soil?

Let’s Promote the Facts

July 17, 2019

Puerto Ricans have been citizens of the United States since 1917, and enjoy freedom of movement between the island and the mainland.[24] As it is not a state, Puerto Rico does not have a vote in the United States Congress, which governs the territory with full jurisdiction under the Puerto Rico Federal Relations Act of 1950. However, Puerto Rico does have one non-voting member of the House called a Resident Commissioner. As residents of a U.S. territory, American citizens in Puerto Rico are disenfranchised at the national level and do not vote for president and vice president of the United States,[25] nor pay federal income tax on Puerto Rican income. Like other territories and the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico does not have U.S. senators. Congress approved a local constitution in 1952, allowing U.S. citizens of the territory to elect a governor. Puerto Rico's future political status has consistently been a matter of significant debate

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Don’t let this slip through the cracks!

July 10, 2019 

If we fail to recognize the value of our American island we will not fight vigorously for our right to government health care.

Last week, Angela Avila-Marrero, former executive director of Puerto Rico’s Health Insurance Administration, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and other charges related to her role in an alleged scheme to steal federal Medicaid dollars through a corrupt bidding process with private contractors. The charges were part of a 32-count indictment brought by U.S. law enforcement officials against six people in a government corruption probe.

The House committee adopted an amendment proposed by U.S. Representative Greg Walden, an Oregon Republican, that added provisions for federal audits and probes of contracts related to Puerto Rico’s Medicaid program, as well as a quarterly reporting requirement on how much of the money was spent. 

“The legislation we are moving forward with today ensures that Puerto Rico Medicaid beneficiaries get the care they need while improving transparency, accountability, and integrity of the program that will help prevent this type of fraudulent activity from happening again,” Walden said in a statement.

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Green Puerto Rico - making an impact to Revive our America Island.

February 14, 2019

Green Puerto Rico is a series of green reforms, geopolitical market transmutations and ecotourism movements established by Governor Luis Fortuño.

On July 19, 2010, Fortuño signed three energy bills to reduce the island's dependence on oil and cut energy costs

Law for Energy Diversification by Means of Sustainable Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Certificates

Energy Tax Incentives Act of Green Puerto Rico


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