fiercely defended his administration’s right to help steer insolvent, storm-ravaged island out of bankruptcy after U.S. congressman said process should be led by island’s creditors and federally appointed oversight board.
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Puerto Rico's governor on Monday fiercely defended his administration's right to help steer the insolvent, storm-ravaged island out of bankruptcy after a U.S. congressman said the process should be led by the island's creditors and federally appointed oversight board.

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