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The Bryan Eagle 25 Oct 2018
^Lin-Manuel Miranda is trying to revive Puerto Rico's devastated coffee industry<. ^PUERTORICO-MIRANDA.MI—< Taking a break from conquering Broadway, making movies and writing books, Lin-Manuel Miranda tromped up a muddy slope in Puerto Rico's highlands on Wednesday assessing his next challenge.
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Public pressure is forcing the White House to respond to the crisis in Puerto Rico

Vox 29 Sep 2017
To say the White House has been slow to respond to the massive humanitarian crisis happening in Puerto Rico right now is an understatement ... Entire communities had run out of food and water ... That news didn't come ... Shipping industry supports #JonesAct b/c it's protectionist. #PuertoRico deserves better than policy decisions driven by special interests ... .
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Trump on why they won't lift the Jones Act ( PRico). "Cuz shipping industry threw ...

Democratic Underground 28 Sep 2017
"Cuz shipping industry threw a tantrum." ... Shipping industry supports #JonesAct b/c it's protectionist.
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John McCain Is Pushing An Idea That Could Be A Huge Help To Puerto Rico

Democratic Underground 28 Sep 2017
HuffPost September 26, 2017. WASHINGTON ― Sen ... waive the Jones Act. The law requires that all goods shipped between U.S ... Here’s the full letter. ... Read more ... "Cuz shipping industry threw a tantrum." ... Shipping industry supports #JonesAct b/c it's protectionist. #PuertoRico deserves better than policy decisions driven by special interests ... .
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Trump's Puerto Rico response is confirming his critics' worst fears

CNN 28 Sep 2017
Twenty-four hours later, he hinted at what he made out to be a more compelling tie -- to industrial interests ... John McCain quickly fired back, tweeting that the "shipping industry supports #JonesAct b/c it's protectionist. #PuertoRico deserves better than policy decisions driven by special interests.".
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