By Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, US News Opinion Contributor | Jan. 31, 2018

Earlier this month, the Federal Emergency Management Agency informed the Puerto Rican government that it might withhold Puerto Rico’s share of $4.9 billion in pre-approved disaster loans because Puerto Rico’s cash balances are too high.

Indeed, FEMA is concluding its mission in Puerto Rico on Wednesday, turning over its remaining food and water supplies to the Puerto Rican government to finish distributing – a move that some on the island say is coming too soon, as a third of residents still lack electricity and, in some places, running water.  Click here for more