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New Calexico Border Fence Begins Construction

-Editorial As border security is the primary responsibility of the Donald Trump administration, the new border barriers are being installed at a rapid matter. Residents in Calexico have seen the construction of this new border barrier that will help Border Patrol agents be more alert about potential smugglers and illegal …

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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 …

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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 …

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