- Workers and business owners say they’re taking a financial hit from the mass protests demanding that Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resign.
- More cruise ship operators canceled scheduled trips to San Juan on Monday, citing the political unrest.
- “All week we have had no customers coming in,” one local bartender said.
The mass protests sweeping Puerto Rico demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló are taking a toll on the economy, with some cruise lines avoiding San Juan and fewer tourists visiting the island’s capital.
Thirty-one-year-old Cryant Gonzalez, a bartender at Aureola Mexican…