All posts by Ángel Rodríguez
Uber Puerto Rico opposes being regulated by Public Service Commission
Representatives of the liquefied gas industry also expressed opposition to measure
- Posted June 19, 2017
Union leader warns ‘Single Employer’ could cause dismissals
SAN JUAN – After Gov. Ricardo Rosselló signed the Single Employer Act, Puerto Rican Workers Central (CPT) President Pedro Irene Maymí expressed doubt over the law’s ability to create jobs, and even posited it could lead to dismissals....
- Posted February 6, 2017
Héctor Ferrer confident in prevailing over González
CUPEY, Puerto Rico – Popular Democratic Party (PDP)candidate for resident commissioner Héctor Ferrer was greeted with hugs and kisses upon his arrival at Carmen Sanabria school in the San Gerardo neighborhood of Cupey. Ferrer voted on poll site No. 2, and...
- Posted November 8, 2016
Bankruptcy: A Possible Solution In a Moment of Crisis
SAN JUAN – For many, the word bankruptcy has negative connotations. However, in moments of crisis, some find the mechanism to be a good alternative. The island’s economic situation has left some drivers unable to pay their...
- Posted July 15, 2016
NPP Candidate Rosselló Receives Death Threat
Social media message implies use of AR-15 rifle
- Posted June 23, 2016
Prepa Union Announces 24-Hour Strike for June 30
SAN JUAN – The president of the Irrigation & Electrical Workers Union (Utier by its Spanish acronym), Ángel Figueroa Jaramillo, announced that a 24-hour strike would be held at the end of the month. Figueroa spoke with...
- Posted June 20, 2016
Pesquera Urges People to Vote in Primaries
SAN JUAN – New Progressive Party candidate for resident commissioner in Washington, D.C., Carlos Pesquera cast his vote Sunday at the Escuela Urbana in Guaynabo. Pesquera arrived accompanied by his wife, Iracema, and part of his team....
- Posted June 5, 2016
Puerto Rico Politicians Weigh In on House Committee’s Approval of Promesa
Most consider the bill an affront to democratic principles and evidence of island’s colonial status
- Posted May 26, 2016
Gas Prices in Puerto Rico Unlikely to Go Down Anytime Soon
Former Gasoline Retailers Association president also questioned effect of “crudita” tax on government’s fiscal picture
- Posted May 19, 2016
House Hearing Throws Serious Doubts into Electronic Vote Counting
Machine counts as valid fake ballot introduced by Rep. "Conny" Varela
- Posted April 27, 2016