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Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Although Carolina Valenzuela has only lived in the United States for three years, her knowledge of the nation’s history and government workings are top notch. Valenzuela, a Mexicali native and 18-year-old senior at Brawley Union...
I noticed a checkpoint on Imperial Avenue near Pico Avenue in the city of El Centro recently and only remember seeing a notice stating that “the El Centro office of the California Highway Patrol will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Friday...
Staff WriterImperial County’s involvement in the gay marriage ban Proposition 8 case continues. The county’s Clerk-Recorder Chuck Storey has filed to intervene in the case that is now approaching the U.S. Supreme Court. The amicus brief, jointly filed...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterIt’s been years since Graciela Hernandez had health insurance and although she has diabetes, the last time she saw a doctor was two years ago. The Brawley resident does qualify for Medi-Cal, but her share of cost came out to be almost $1,000 a...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterThousands of luminaries twinkled at Bucklin Park Saturday during the biggest pro-life rally held in Imperial County in months. The rally was held just days before the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized...
Tags: Abortion, Celebrities, Social Issues, Human Interest
Staff Writer, Copy EditorCALEXICO — Pablo Flores was walking along the street Tuesday morning in Calexico when a large cargo truck adorned with graphic images of aborted fetuses caught his attention. Once the truck parked along Imperial Avenue here, Flores decided to...
The U.S. Supreme Court has made it legal to discriminate against us. And by us I mean the sexy people. Late last month the court ruled that an Iowa dentist, and his outraged, not-particularly-sexy wife, had the constitutional right to fire the dentist&...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in late June that the new federal care law known as Obamacare is constitutional. The law, which includes provisions concerning taxpayers’ indirect subsidization of abortion through insurance, takes effect in January...
Staff WriterDolores Rosales, 77, never used to get sick. The El Centro resident only saw the doctor as she delivered her 11 children when she was younger, she said. Now, though, she’s having to visit a clinic in El Centro for high blood pressure, a...
My mind won’t allow me to write a column with a single theme. It’s been too darn hot. So stay tuned for another episode of “Random Ramblings from an Overheated, Mediocre Mind. — Why is it when certain folks don’t get...
What the U.S. Supreme Court re-established Monday was that the job of immigration enforcement and immigration checks is best left to the federal government, namely Border Patrol agents and the Department of Homeland Security. On Monday, the Supreme...
Tags: Immigration, Law Enforcement, Judges, Migration, Laws
The best way for the United States to stem illegal immigration appears to be for our country to become more like Mexico. As jobs and general prosperity have dried up, illegal immigration into our country has slowed remarkably. In the meantime, the rich...
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