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Baja California Celebrates its 66th Anniversary

-Editorial Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid exhorted the population to continue working hand in hand with their authorities at the official ceremony of the 66th anniversary of the state of Baja California, highlighting that in Baja California all together we must continue to build the state of opportunities we want, …

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California Agricultural and Service Worker Act Introduced; State Cannot Afford to Wait on Washington

AB 1885, Practical Approach to an Economic Crisis with Smart Immigration Policy (Sacramento, CA) – Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) heads up a bipartisan coalition of California legislators, united across party lines to tackle a looming economic crisis and severe labor shortages facing vital industries. AB 1885, California Agricultural and Service …

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By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave PUEBLA, PUEBLA.- The former president of the Mexican Republic, for official purposes, of the United Mexican States, Luis Echeverría Álvarez, lives and turned 96 years old on January 17th. We are living hot moments but at the same time chaotic ones because of the presidential succession …

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President’s Discriminatory Rhetoric Is an Affront to American Values

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) issued the following statement in response to President Trump’s derogatory and hateful comments about Haiti, El Salvador and several African countries: The President’s offensive comments harken back to the shameful days in American history when our immigration policies were grounded in …

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Congresswoman Gina Andrea Cruz Blackledge, prepares more actions in favor of Baja Californians and especially, for all Mexicans this 2018, for the time being, last year, she added 10 rehabilitated public parks, which have transformed the environment of communities. The president of the Finance and Public Credit Commission of the …

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