Puerto Rico House members continue to discuss a measure that would cut the island's annual general obligation bond bill by $175 million to $250 million.

Legislators in the lower chamber are reviewing a bill that would require the administration to use available revenue instead of bond proceeds to pay the Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico, the island's financial adviser, a yearly payment of $175 million for loans the bank gave the commonwealth to help balance previous annual budgets.

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