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88 events presented at October Fest

By: Claudette Sánchez. Mexicali, Baja California. September 26th, 2016.- The Institute of Culture (ICBC) will be celebrating the first 15 years of its October Festival, announced under the slogan “Culture Flourishes in Autumn,” which will be held throughout the month and throughout the State, presenting over 88 events. The Director …

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SDSU Research Foundation holds certification ceremony

By: Mario Conde Students celebrated the culmination of months of work and received their Sustainable Power Plant Operation Certificate from the SDSU Research Foundation. Around 62 students celebrating the end of their time studying several subjects such as introduction to power plant, supervisory control and date acquisition, introduction to sustainable …

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The Three-Strikes Law: Changes and Implications for Our Border Community

By: Veronica Henderson, Attorney In the United States, habitual offender laws (commonly referred to as “three-strikes laws”) are statutes enacted by state governments which mandate courts to impose harsher sentences on those individuals convicted of new,  criminal offenses  if they have been previously convicted of two or more prior, serious …

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Leadership change in FAPERMEX

By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave. Ensenada, Baja California.- The leadership of the Federation of Mexican Journalists Association (FAPERMEX) period concluded, electing M.A. in journalism Maria Consuelo Eguía Tonello, better known as Colila Eguia, as its president for the period of 2016-2019, relieving the Bachelor Raul Teodoro Rentería Villa in the period …

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Rep. Juan Vargas Introduces Deported Veterans Bill Package

Rep. Juan Vargas Introduces Deported Veterans Bill Package Preventing veterans from being deported and helping deported veterans get access to medical care Washington, D.C. (September 21, 2016)—Today, Congressman Juan Vargas (CA-51) introduced a bill package that will prevent veterans from being deported and help veterans that have been deported get …

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Early Kidney Transplant

By: Dr. Cesar González, Transplantologist Early kidney transplant is defined as follows: When kidney transplant is performed before reaching dialysis or hemodialysis. This is required for a timely detection of chronic kidney disease in its early stages. Patients with increased susceptibility to chronic kidney damage are the following people: Obese, …

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