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October, 2019

  • 20 October

    Imperial County Urges Newsom to Take Action on the New River

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter The Imperial County Board of Supervisors is asking California Governor Gavin Newsom to take a leadership role to address the transboundary water flow and pollution issues at the New River. In a letter written by Board Chairman Ryan Kelley, Governor Newsom was invited by to tour …

  • 20 October

    Critical Week for López Obrador

    By: Fidel Gastelum, Reporter The week of October 14-20, will be remembered as one of the tensest and controversial in the administration of Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Among the citizen consultation in Baja California, tax reforms, changes in Pemex union structures, and the trigger that represented the series …

  • 18 October

    Binational Meeting Seeks Solutions for Environmental Problems

    -Editorial Strategizing how to face the challenges the border community faces Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and Baja California Senator Alejandra del Carmen Leon Gastelum hosted their 2nd Binational Roundtable Discussion on Air Quality and the New River. The committee met at the John Steppling Art Gallery at the SDSU Campus in …

  • 16 October

    Baja California expectant about the period for new government administration

    -Editorial In the middle of a scenario full of controversy, which includes political, social and business controversy; this weekend, the Mandate Extension Consultation was held in Baja California to extend governorship of Jaime Bonilla from 2 to 5 years. Days before the consultation held on Sunday, October 13, there were …

  • 16 October

    Newsom Vetoes Creation of California-Mexico Commission

    -Editorial California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have created a California-Mexico Affairs Commission. The bill introduced by State Senator Ben Hueso arrived at the governor’s desk but was vetoed arguing that this would duplicate the mission of another agency that is working with Mexico. In a letter …

  • 13 October


    MEXICALI, B.C.- On October 9, 2019, the Governor of the State, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, sent the head of the Administration and Finance Unit of the Secretary of Public Education, Héctor Martín Garza González, a request for extraordinary resources of the Program U080 “Support to education centers and organizations” for …

  • 4 October

    Governor Newsom Asked to Support Creation of California-Mexico Affairs Commission

    -Editorial As the creation of a California-Mexico Commission is waiting for the signature of approval by the California governor, a group of leaders is urging him to support this initiative. In a letter signed by 19 California leaders from media directors, elected officials, chambers of commerce, and university representatives are …

September, 2019