Pa'lante: July 23

FEMA again extends TSA, Lin-Manuel Miranda's new arts fund and more...

Federal Judge Extends FEMA Hotel Vouchers for Puerto Rican Evacuees Until Aug. 6: The TSA deadline has been extended for the sixth time. (Monivette Cordeiro / Orlando Weekly)

Lin-Manuel Miranda Creates Arts Fund for Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria: Using the proceeds from an upcoming three-week run of Hamilton in Puerto Rico, Lin-Manuel Miranda will set up a multi-million dollar arts fund for the island. (Shannon Connellan / Mashable)

Turmoil Slows Rebuilding of Puerto Rico’s Power Grid: More than $1 billion in federal funds designated to strengthen Puerto Rico’s power grid have gone unspent. (Michael Weissenstein and Danica Coto / Associated Press)

Feeling Dissed, Puerto Rico Governor May Skip House Hearing: The conflict stems from a tweet posted by the House Natural Resources Committee. (Jacob Holzman / Roll Call)

Puerto Rico Employment Reaches Highest Level in Nearly Five Years: The unemployment rate is 9.3%, the lowest since at least 1975. (Robert Slavin / Bond Buyer)

Fiscal Board Green-lights Public Housing Project for Expedited Permitting: The project is called Viewpoint at Roosevelt. (Caribbean Business)


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