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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Ricans faced a fundamental question on Election Day: Should they change their ties with the United States?
Alright election's over, back to Wells.
It's only a referendum (but not a bad idea, though).
I read the news today, oh boy .. ..
About a lucky man who made the grade
Puerto Rico's ultimate fate is in Congress's hands. It's worth noting that both parties' platforms support Puerto Rico's right to determine it's status. If both parties follow their platform, statehood would be a formality.
However, Republicans in Congress do not want to admit a state that would probably send two Democratic senators and four Democratic representatives to Congress. Some also have a problem with a Spanish-speaking state and want Puerto Rico to make English it's sole official language as a condition for admission.
This post was edited by PRStoetzer 17 months ago
That's lame. The U.S. should just accept that it's a bilingual country. It's only going to get more that way. Hell, the "I Voted" sticker I got yesterday at the polls had both English and Spanish.
You are such a bilinguaphobe.
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