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Posted by Committee Staff on April 29, 2010
Today the U.S. House of Representatives will vote for H.R. 2499, the Puerto Rico Democracy Act.  H.R. 2499 would provide for a two-step vote process in Puerto Rico on their future political status, including the option of becoming the nation’s 51st state.

Ranking Republican Doc Hastings released a video that outlines concerns and questions about the proposed legislation:


Click here to watch

For additional information regarding H.R. 2499, please visit our issues page on The Puerto Rico Democracy Act.

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