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Puerto Rico Statehood

Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto ...
Data da imagem: 10/01/2018
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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico at a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Data da imagem: 10/01/2018

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico at a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico at a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto ...
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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico, center, and with Jennifer Gonz‡lez-Col—n, Puerto Rico's resident commissioner in Congress, visit Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018.

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico, center, and with Jennifer Gonz‡lez-Col—n, Puerto Rico's resident commissioner in Congress, visit Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell? of Puerto Rico, center, and with Jennifer Gonz?lez-Col?n, Puerto Rico's resident commissioner in Congress, visit Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto ...
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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Data da imagem: 10/01/2018

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell? of Puerto Rico on his phone before a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto ...
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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico, center, walks to a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Data da imagem: 10/01/2018

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico, center, walks to a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico, center, walks to a news conference with the Puerto Rico Statehood Commission on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico before heading to the House floor to hear a speech to push for statehood by Jenniffer Gonz‡lez-Col—n, resident commissioner of Puerto Rico, on Capitol ...

Data da imagem: 10/01/2018

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Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell— of Puerto Rico before heading to the House floor to hear a speech to push for statehood by Jenniffer Gonz‡lez-Col—n, resident commissioner of Puerto Rico, on Capitol Hill.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Gov. Ricardo A. Rossell? of Puerto Rico before heading to the House floor to hear a speech to push for statehood by Jenniffer Gonz?lez-Col?n, Pueto Rico's resident commissioner in Congress, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 10, 2018. Advocates of statehood for the U.S. territory planned this week to intensify their push for Puerto Rico to be made part of the union, allowing residents to reap political and economic benefits they have been denied for the past century despite their American citizenship. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Estefania Rivera, center, listens to ...
Data da imagem: 11/06/2017
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Estefania Rivera, center, listens to Gov. Ricardo Rossello's celebration speech at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Estefania Rivera, center, listens to Gov. Ricardo Rossello's celebration speech at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Estefania Rivera, center, listens to Gov. Ricardo Rossello's celebration speech at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto ...
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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan.

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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto ...
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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan.

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Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Ricardo Rossello, governor of Puerto Rico, celebrates with Jenniffer Gonzalez, the resident commissioner, at the New Progressive Party headquarters in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Pedro Rossello, the former governor of ...
Data da imagem: 11/06/2017
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Pedro Rossello, the former governor of Puerto Rico, dances with a supporter after the announcement of a victory of statehood at the New Progressive Party in San Juan.

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Pedro Rossello, the former governor of Puerto Rico, dances with a supporter after the announcement of a victory of statehood at the New Progressive Party in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Pedro Rossello, the former governor of Puerto Rico, dances with a supporter after the announcement of a victory of statehood at the New Progressive Party in San Juan, June 11, 2017. For Puerto Ricans, the decades-old debate about officially embracing the U.S. has been overshadowed by the largest local government bankruptcy in American history. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A woman waves a black and white Puerto ...
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A woman waves a black and white Puerto Rican flag in front of police during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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A woman waves a black and white Puerto Rican flag in front of police during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A woman waves a black and white Puerto Rican flag in front of police during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Two people at a march supporting ...
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Two people at a march supporting Puerto Rican independence on the day of a referendum on statehood for the American territory, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Two people at a march supporting Puerto Rican independence on the day of a referendum on statehood for the American territory, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- Two people at a march supporting Puerto Rican independence on the day of a referendum on statehood for the American territory, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 11, 2017. Puerto Ricans were delivering conflicting messages before a very skeptical Congress the day after voters overwhelmingly cast ballots in favor of statehood. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Demonstrators during a march in favor ...
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Demonstrators during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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Demonstrators during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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Demonstrators during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Police officers stand in front of the ...
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Police officers stand in front of the Electoral State Commission during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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Police officers stand in front of the Electoral State Commission during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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Police officers stand in front of the Electoral State Commission during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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People march in favor of the ...
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People march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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People march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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People march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Small American flags burn during a ...
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Small American flags burn during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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Small American flags burn during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Small American flags burn during a march in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A woman marches in favor of the ...
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A woman marches in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

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A woman marches in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A woman marches in favor of the independence of Puerto Rico in San Juan, June 11, 2017. With schools shuttered, pensions at risk and the island under the authority of an oversight board in New York City, Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to become America?s 51st state, in a flawed election most voters sat out. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Osvaldo Guzman explains a ballot to a ...
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Osvaldo Guzman explains a ballot to a voter for Puerto Rico’s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan.

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Osvaldo Guzman explains a ballot to a voter for Puerto Rico’s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan.

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Osvaldo Guzman explains a ballot to a voter for Puerto Rico?s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan, June 11, 2017. For Puerto Ricans, the decades-old debate about whether officially embracing the U.S. would mean losing a hold on the island?s cultural identity has been overshadowed by the largest local government bankruptcy in American history. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps an older ...
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Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps an older man vote in the American territory of Puerto Rico's statehood referendum in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps an older man vote in the American territory of Puerto Rico's statehood referendum in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps an older man vote in the American territory of Puerto Rico's statehood referendum in San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 11, 2017. Puerto Ricans were delivering conflicting messages before a very skeptical Congress the day after voters overwhelmingly cast ballots in favor of statehood. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps a man vote for Puerto Rico’s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan.

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Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps a man vote for Puerto Rico’s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan.

Crédito: Erika P. Rodriguez/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Maria de Lourdes Arroyo helps a man vote for Puerto Rico?s fifth referendum on statehood, at the College of San Juan, June 11, 2017. For Puerto Ricans, the decades-old debate about whether officially embracing the U.S. would mean losing a hold on the island?s cultural identity has been overshadowed by the largest local government bankruptcy in American history. (Erika P. Rodriguez/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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