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The GOP Owns the Mess in Puerto Rico

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The struggle to recover from the devastating Hurricane Maria continues in Puerto Rico. Three months after the Category 5 storm made landfall, one-third of the island has no power, and logistical issues have the Army Corps of Engineers estimating that the full electrical recovery won’t happen until May. Now, another storm could set Puerto Ricans back even further. The GOP tax bill, much-maligned on mainland America itself, has had a particularly poor reception in Puerto Rico. Local leaders have warned that the tax bill treats Puerto Rico as a foreign entity instead of a U.S. territory, and local manufacturers could be hit with new taxes that would bring industry there to a screeching halt. PBS Newshour also reported that Puerto Rico is facing trouble funding its Medicaid programs, and some companies are threatening to leave unless the situation improves. With all these issues, it’s no wonder that Social has little faith in the GOP’s ability to assist the ailing island. “GOP + Puerto Rico” gets 94 percent negative sentiment online, and Social calls Republican policies “unconscionable.” –Hugo Guzman



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