Puerto Rico Statehood Admission Act - Wikipedia
OverviewBackgroundProvisionsPopular opinion in Puerto Rico, and the statesSee alsoIn 1898, following the conclusion of the Spanish–American War, Spain ceded the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico and its surrounding archipelago to the United States. Initially run by the military, from 1900 onwards measures began to be enacted giving the people of Puerto Rico a measure of local civilian government, while bringing the population more within the larger community of the United States. This began with the establishment of the elected House of Delegates in 1900, whil… Long title: To provide for the admission of the State of Puerto Rico into the Union. Number of co-sponsors: 81
Long title: To provide for the admission of the State of Puerto Rico into the Union.
Number of co-sponsors: 81
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