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Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

August, 2019

  • 31 August

    New State Investments to Make Two Years of Community College Tuition-Free

    Just days into office, Governor Newsom unveiled his proposal to provide for two years of community college tuition-free for eligible students SACRAMENTO, CA.– This week, as young people return to California institutions of higher learning, Governor Gavin Newsom is traveling the state to highlight that California will provide for two free …

  • 31 August

    Initiative to Create California-Mexico Commission Moves Forward in the Legislature

    -Editorial The creation of the California-Mexico Commission continues through the legislative process in Sacramento in hopes to be signed by the Governor. California State Senator Ben Hueso introduced Senate Bill 558 to create a California-Mexico Commission. This group would deputize members of the public into commissioner roles so that they …

  • 30 August

    BAJA CALIFORNIA BROADENS BINATIONAL COLLABORATION WITH UTAH ORGANIZATIONS AND AUTHORITIES IN THE UNITED STATES

    Important to keep energy supply systems viable, financially and sustainably at a binational level UTAH, UNITED STATES.– With the purpose of establishing a long-term cooperation and coordination relationship for the advancement of infrastructure, technology and trade opportunities for the promotion of exports of natural gas to markets globally, the Secretary …

  • 29 August

    Rep. Vargas Presents Initiative Aimed at Asthma Care and Prevention

    -Editorial In an effort to help people with asthma, conditions get more access to treatment, Rep. Juan Vargas (D-Chula Vista) visited the Imperial Valley to announce the introduction of the Asthma Care and Prevention in Rural Communities Act. The Asthma Care and Prevention in Rural Communities Act of 2019 creates …

  • 28 August

    City of Yuma Primary Election results

    -Results are preliminary and unofficial Yuma, Ariz. – The City of Yuma held its primary election Tuesday, Aug. 27, where voters had their first opportunity of this cycle to elect candidates for three at-large seats on the City Council and one judge on the Municipal Court. Polls closed at 7 p.m. The …

  • 28 August

    County Board Holds Public Budget Workshop

    By: Mario Conde The Imperial County Board of Supervisors held two weeks of budget workshops to open a dialog with county staff and the community on how to improve its financial situation. The board held a budget workshop at their regular meeting held Aug. 20 and Aug. 27 where various …

  • 27 August

    Former IID Director Ordered to Return Electronic Equipment

    -Editorial A county superior court referee ruled in favor of the Imperial Irrigation District regarding the return of equipment used by a former board member. On August 22nd, IID presented its case before Judge Michael Domenzain who ruled in the district’s favor in a small claims lawsuit filed against former …

  • 26 August

    Trade War between the United States and China positions Mexico as the main U.S. partner

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) Mexico is consolidated as the main United States trading partner in the first half of 2019. Mexico displaces China as the first United States trading partner in 2019. “The international economic analysis indicates that the trade war between the United States and China left …

  • 20 August

    Coparmex Mexicali invites the public to the conference “Building Mexico”

    By: Fidel Gastelum, Reporter Coparmex Mexicali president Eng. Ernesto Elorduy Blackaller, and the president of the Commission for Democratic Development, Octavio Sandoval, presented the “Building Mexico: The contribution of Coparmex” event details, during the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the organization, which for almost a century has stood out …

  • 17 August

    Santo Tomas Vendors Find a New Home

    By: Mario Conde They say it’s darkest before dawn and that it might be an example for many Santo Tomas merchants who found a new place to sell and start all over again. It’s been a difficult eight months for many of Santo Tomas merchants who lost everything in December …

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