The Hurricane Hit Puerto Rico’s Paradise Of Hotels And Resorts Hard — And Workers Are Facing An Uncertain Future
Many tourist havens, like Vieques and Fajardo, are still in need of stable cell phone service and electricity. And people who made a living in hospitality jobs are facing months of being out of work.
Sen. Claire McCaskill Wants Answers On How The Whitefish Contract To Fix Puerto Rico's Power Grid Fell Apart
In letters to the Army Corps, FEMA, and Whitefish on Thursday, the top-ranking Democrat on the Governmental Affairs Committee asked how public funds were used in the controversial Whitefish contract.
Two Senators Just Requested An Investigation Into Whitefish Energy's $300 Million Puerto Rico Contract
Sens. Maria Cantwell and Ron Wyden are asking the Government Accountability Office to look into "the opaque and limited nature of PREPA's [Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority] bidding process that led to the contract."