“It’s universally disliked by bondholders and people in Puerto Rico from all sides of the aisle,” said Federico de Jesus, principal at FDJ Solutions in Washington, D.C. “And it’s a very offensive bill,” de Jesus said.


“The Republican Congress is always talking about small government and the need to get government off our back and is critical of unelected bureaucrats,” he said. The proposal is “a far cry” from protecting people’s liberties from government that the GOP espouses, he said.

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