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REGIONAL

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.

December, 2023

  • 19 December

    California Governor Gavin Newsom Faces Challenges in His Last Year as $68 Billion Budget Deficit Looms

    -Editorial California Governor Gavin Newsom’s last year in office may be a difficult one as a looming deficit might affect the state’s operations which will affect counties and municipalities in funding and other services.  Last week, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) said that the state’s budget deficit will likely …

  • 19 December

    Calexico Breaks Ground on Electric Vehicle Charging Station Amidst Skepticism

    -Editorial The city of Calexico celebrated the groundbreaking of an electric vehicle charging station, a significant step towards embracing sustainable transportation. However, this development is not without its fair share of skepticism and doubt. Some residents are concerned about the decision to give away a historic site for this purpose, …

  • 18 December

    Art Basel Miami Beach 2023: A Dazzling Showcase of International Artistry and Influence

    -Editorial Art Basel returned to Miami Beach with a successful 2023 edition, rounding out the year with ambitious presentations by new joiners and veteran exhibitors from the Americas and beyond, strong sales across market segments, and sprawling exhibitions and events with leading museums, private collections, and cultural partners throughout the …

  • 18 December

    Financial Analysis of the Mexicali City Council: A Detailed Overview

    By: ObserBC Continuing our commitment to inform citizens about the management of public resources, the Citizen Observatory of Baja California has been conducting annual Financial Statement Analyses of the Mexicali City Council, State Government, and Judiciary, among others. It’s crucial to highlight that proper financial management of a municipality directly …

  • 18 December

    Two Demands Designed to Spur Chaos at the Border and Worse Politics for Democrats in 2024

    -Editorial During the current U.S. Senate deliberations on immigration legislation, it becomes increasingly apparent that not all participating parties are aligned in their objectives. Two proposals stand out for diverging from the common aim of easing border tensions through orderly, legal entry. Instead, these measures appear intentionally crafted to exacerbate …

  • 16 December

    Tijuana shines as the epicenter of Meeting Tourism: Unstoppable growth in 2023

    -Editorial The strategy to position Tijuana as a leading destination for meeting tourism has achieved extraordinary success in 2023. With the hosting of 55 congresses and conventions, the city has experienced a significant economic impact, generating a turnover of 476.3 million pesos. The Tijuana Tourism and Conventions Committee implemented an …

  • 16 December

    UABC Unveils State-of-the-Art Media Production Building

    -Editorial The University Autónoma de Baja California (UABC) hosted a momentous event on December 6th, as its president, Luis Enrique Palafox Maestre, spearheaded the inauguration of a new building equipped to facilitate radio and television production. This impressive two-story building, spanning 800 square meters, received an investment of 34 million …

  • 15 December

    IID to Streamline Solar Interconnection Process Through the Use of New Software Platform

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District announced that it is working to integrate a software solution, PowerClerk, into its solar interconnection application process, marking a pivotal moment in the district’s commitment to streamline and expedite the solar interconnection process for its customers. IID expects to significantly enhance the efficiency, transparency, and …

  • 15 December

    2024 U.S. Elections Face Unprecedented Challenges

    -Editorial Elections in the United States are becoming a battleground instead of a civic activity. The “Big Lie” that the Democrats stole the 2020 election continues to be believed by a large majority of the Republican party and possibly some independents. The big lie continues to be projected by Trump …

  • 13 December

    XXIV Legislature Pushes for AI Regulation: A Critical Need for Safeguarding Rights and Data Protection

    -Editorial The representatives of the XXIV Legislature approved the issuance of a letter addressed to the Congress of the Union to request legislation regarding Artificial Intelligence, due to the absence of regulation regarding the use of said technology. Congresswoman Daylín García Ruvalcaba referred to the need to implement regulations on …

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