Puerto Rico's new law moves to privatize power grid 9 months after Hurricane Maria

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NBC News—“Our objective is simple: provide better service, one that’s more efficient and that allows us to jump into new energy models,” Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said.

9 Months After Maria, Questions Persist in Puerto Rico. The battle for Puerto Rico's future is underway in a crowded courthouse where teachers, parents and students are fighting to keep their schools open, NBC News reported. Nearly 300 are slated to close after Hurricane Maria plunged the island into a devastating economic crisis nine months ago that deeply cut into school enrollment. Puerto Rico Faces Lawsuits Over Hurricane Death Count Data "Where there is no school there is no community," said educator Providencia Figueroa, who is working with...