All posts tagged "CPI"
Puerto Rico residents say they answered the 2020 census. The government keeps asking again.
Community organizers raise concerns over whether the government is properly tracking responses
- Posted September 21, 2020
Oligopoly: When Maritime Shipping Options Shrink
A special investigative report on the Puerto Rico Trade
- Posted October 17, 2019
Journalism in the Time of Orwell
There is a measure in the making that would muzzle a free press at a critical juncture in Puerto Rico's history. It must be withdrawn at once.
- Posted May 25, 2016
Center for Investigative Journalism Urges Gov’t to Disclose Public Information
Local appeals court denies government’s petition for reconsideration
- Posted May 13, 2016
Appeals Court Rules Bondholder Information is Public
Center for Investigative Journalism favored in claim against government
- Posted April 18, 2016
Puerta de Tierra Promenade Project Shrouded in Alleged Mismanagement
Developers with Dubious Credentials Step In and Out of AFI Construction Contracts, CPI Finds
- Posted March 8, 2016