The sideshow continues.
People who left Puerto Rico for New York didn’t know about FEMA’s Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program, which offers temporary hotel rooms. Instead, they wound up in homeless shelters.
“You know, early on, since week number one or two, we already had a lot of evidence that the deaths were skyrocketing.”
Rosselló respondió el jueves, por escrito, las preguntas que el CPI le envió el miércoles sobre el tema.
As a political economist who has studied Puerto Rican political and economic change, I believe Hurricane Maria could be another watershed moment that redefines U.S. treatment of Puerto Rico.