Puerto Rico - Wanda Vazquez - Electoral crime
FBI Investigates Former Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez for Electoral Crimes

The former governor's campaign team allegedly accepted financing from a foreigner, which is prohibited by federal law.

Desinformation - Latino - Voters
Elections Subcommittee Asks Key Agencies What They Are Doing to Protect Latino Voters From Disinformation

A group of Democrats, including Rep. Darren Soto, is concerned about the impact of disinformation on Hispanic communities.

Puerto Rico - Corruption - Mayors
What You Need to Know About the New Corruption Scandals in Puerto Rico

What You Need to Know About the New Corruption Scandals in Puerto Rico

Supreme Court - Abortion - Legal
This Is What Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Mean for Florida

According to the draft released on Monday, each state would be able to make its own laws. Last month, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a law banning abortions after 15 weeks.

Puerto Rico - Luma - Lawsuit
Private Companies Sue Luma Energy for $310M 

The lawsuit plans to represent all business and residential customers of the company, which blames its inefficient service on the poor state of the island's power grid.

Puerto Rico - Economy - Rentals
Vacation Rentals Are Booming in Puerto Rico. Here Are the Pros and Cons of This Growing Industry.

While these short-term rental properties represent an opportunity for economic development for locals and foreigners, other issues such as gentrification and unfair competition require their regulation.

Florida - Politics - DeSantis
Florida House’s Vote to Dissolve Disney’s Special District Could Raise Taxes for Residents

If the governor ​​signs the bill into law, the Reedy Creek Improvement District would be dissolved effective June 1, 2023, like other similar districts.