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Profile in Candidate Courage: Marco Rubio Announces Opposition to Puerto Rico Bankruptcy and Bailout

CFIF steadfastly opposes the unwise and illegal effort to extend bankruptcy protection to profligate Puerto Rico, which would merely enable it to shirk its debt obligations without correcting its reckless financial and economic course.

Presidential candidate and Senator Marco Rubio (R - Florida) has chosen to do the right thing, as opposed to the politically-convenient thing, according to The Washington Post:  "Sen. Marco Rubio (R - Fla.) on Friday said he did not support efforts to grant Puerto Rico the right to authorize municipal bankruptcies, a position that puts him on the opposite side of the issue from Republican presidential rival Jeb Bush, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton - and most voters here on the cash-strapped island where he plans to campaign…[more]

September 04, 2015 • 09:53 am

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