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Monthly Archives: August 2018

McDonalds to Leap into the Future

-Editorial McDonald’s in Calexico has been the favorite place for Calexico and Mexicali residents. It was the place where kids could play and enjoy a happy meal and enjoy a relaxing time with the family. The franchise that opened 42 years ago thanks to the late Tony Gonzalez continues thanks …

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Trump Administration Further Undermines Judicial Independence

WASHINGTON, DC – On August 16, the Attorney General of the United States issued a precedent-setting decision, Matter of L-A-B-R, that limits the discretion of immigration judges to grant continuances. By restricting the court’s use of a vital docketing tool, the decision further erodes judicial independence and will pressure judges to deny more …

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3 Tips For Making Better Ethical Decisions Every Day

International Ethics Expert Provides Guidance To Help You Avoid  A Double Standard In How You Treat Others News reports bring us plenty of examples of poor professional ethics being practiced in business, entertainment, and government. But in terms of personal ethics as applied to everyday choices that we don’t read …

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Improving air quality at the Salton Sea

As a participant in the largest ag-to-urban water transfer in the nation, IID is implementing a series of air quality mitigation projects around the Salton Sea. At full ramp-up, the transfer will send up to 300,000 acre-feet of conserved water per year to urban areas of the state. This reduces …

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