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January, 2021

  • 22 January

    County Supervisors Ask Governor Newsom to Allocate More Vaccines for Imperial Valley

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved a letter that will be sent to California Governor Gavin Newsom asking him for additional vaccine allocations. The recent events in the Imperial County on the demand for vaccination for the senior citizen population prompted the board to ask Governor Newsom for …

  • 20 January

    Mexico Faces the Challenge of Rebuilding Its Relationship with The United States: Gina Cruz

    -Editorial Baja California Senator, Gina Andrea Cruz Blackledge, said Mexico faces the challenge of rebuilding its relationship with its northern neighbor, the United States, before the arrival of the new administration since they are the main commercial partner but Mexico has sent messages of uncertainty. The president of the North …

  • 20 January

    President Biden Calls for Unity During His Inaugural Speech

    -Editorial Joseph R. Biden, Jr., has been sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, taking the reins of power at a perilous time in American history and urging a bitterly divided country to unite around defeating the deadliest pandemic in a century. Kamala Harris became the first …

  • 19 January

    IID Will Reinstate Disconnections for Non-Payment Starting February

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors approved a plan that would begin communications regarding payment plans and the reinstatement of disconnections for nonpayment effective next month. Imperial Irrigation District is a non-profit entity. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it voluntarily suspended disconnections for non-payments on March …

  • 19 January

    Bipartisan Law Protects Patients from Surprise Medical Bills

    -Editorial Members of U.S. Congress reached a bipartisan deal in December over billing protections for patients and their medical bills and protect their finances if they have a medical emergency. The No Surprises Act would hold patients harmless from surprise medical bills for emergencies and non-emergency cases in which the …

  • 18 January

    Baja California Government Informs About the Activities That May Reopen with “RED” Tier

    -Editorial The head of the Public Health Department in the state presented the activities that may be reopened in Baja California even within the “red” tier; however, the protocols will have to be reviewed again to detail and validate them with very limited capacity. The secretary of public health in …

  • 15 January

    Joe Biden Introduces $1.9 Trillion Covid Stimulus Plan

    -Editorial President-elect Joe Biden unveiled a COVID-19 relief package he hopes to get through Congress that will include a stimulus check, an extension of federal unemployment insurance benefits, and aid to small businesses.  The package, aimed at stimulating the economy as the pandemic nears the one-year mark, will also focus …

  • 15 January

    California presents plan to reopen schools

    -Editorial While most schools in California are closed due to COVID-19, state and local officials continue to discuss ways to reopen schools with the proper safety measures.  Governor Gavin Newsom announced the launch of transparency, accountability, and assistance measures related to the Safe Schools for All Plan. The Safe Schools for …

  • 13 January

    Congress Votes to Impeach President Trump for The Second Time

    -Editorial The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to impeach President Donald Trump for his role in the deadly U.S. Capitol siege by his supporters, making him the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Trump is charged with “incitement of insurrection.” The impeachment proceedings came one week …

  • 11 January

    The two visions of international relations

    Mario Beltran Mainero Diplomat, law graduate, and master in international relations. At the academic level, there are two main views on international relations: realism and liberalism. These two visions are not only theoretical filters that serve to understand the interactions between countries. They also show us, at a philosophical level, …