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Puerto Rico's Quest for a Status

Written By: OffTheGridNews.com  |  Posted: Friday, November 2nd, 2012

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           On November 6, 2012, eligible voters on the island of Puerto Rico will go to the polls to vote on a referendum that has the potential to change their lives forever. In this historic plebiscite, Puerto Ricans will be asked to answer two important questions: first, are they happy with the island's current status as a territory of the United States; and second, if this relationship were to be changed, what kind of change would they prefer to see?

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