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Push for Supreme Court to Consider Territorial Citizenship Case Gets Support

Virgin Islanders have been fighting for full U.S. citizenship rights for decades. The present question is whether a case making its way to the Supreme Court will give them the victory they have sought.

New Lawsuit Challenges Lack of Voting Rights in U.S. Territories

Six U.S. citizens living in the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday, challenging laws that deny them votes in Congress and the right to vote for U.S. president.

Frank J. Jordan, Former NBC Journalist, UVI Professor Dies at 83

 

Frank J. Jordan, former broadcast journalist for NBC News and journalism professor, died of natural causes at his home in New York City on Sept. 20.  He was 83 years old.

 

Respected Journalist and Source Advisor Frank Jordan Dead at 83

Frank J. Jordan, V.I. Source advisor, editor and columnist, journalism professor and former broadcast journalist for NBC News died of natural causes at his home in New York City on Sept. 20. He was 83.

 

Crime Is Pandemic in the V.I.; Does Anybody Care?

Carmelo Rivera's neighbors are leaving St. Croix after having been victimized by crime, and he writes that his family is upset – both because good people are fleeing in terror from the territory and because of the conditions that have driven them away.

Crime Is Pandemic in the V.I.; Does Anybody Care?

Carmelo Rivera's neighbors are leaving St. Croix after having been victimized by crime, and he writes that his family is upset – both because good people are fleeing in terror from the territory and because of the conditions that have driven them away.

Crime Is Pandemic in the V.I.; Does Anybody Care?

Carmelo Rivera's neighbors are leaving St. Croix after having been victimized by crime, and he writes that his family is upset – both because good people are fleeing in terror from the territory and because of the conditions that have driven them away.

Crime Is Pandemic in the V.I.; Does Anybody Care?

Carmelo Rivera's neighbors are leaving the island after having been victimized by crime, and he writes that his family is upset – both because good people are fleeing in terror from the territory and because of the conditions that have driven them away.

Legal Aid Agencies Make Their Cases for Funding

The head of the Public Defender's Office told the Senate Finance Committee in his fiscal year 2005 budget presentation that he is looking to save money for the V.I. government by constructing a building. The president of the board of Legal Services of the V.I. said he is still looking for most of his agency's appropriation for FY 2004.

Legal Aid Agencies Make Their Cases for Funding

The head of the Public Defender's Office told the Senate Finance Committee in his fiscal year 2005 budget presentation that he is looking to save money for the V.I. government by constructing a building. The president of the board of Legal Services of the V.I. said he is still looking for most of his agency's appropriation for FY 2004.
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