Mexico is making a renewed effort using AI today to locate those who were forcibly disappeared between 1964 and 1985 during a particularly violent time in Mexico’s history where the federal government repressed and persecuted those they considered “disruptors” or insurgents.
Get ready smokers, lighting up a smoke is going to become much harder wherever you go in Mexico beginning tomorrow, as smoking will be prohibited in public indoor AND outdoor spaces in all of Mexico, including outdoor expos, shopping malls, beaches, parks and stadiums.
A medical “fast pass lane” was opened at the Otay Mesa border crossing and will provide tourists coming to Tijuana for medical/dental care a new way to help avoid the long border wait to return north after their appointments.
A congressional committee in Mexico City voted to approve a resolution to set Standard Time as the official time for Mexico with a few exceptions. The measure will now be debated and likely modified somewhat before coming up for a final vote in the Senate.
Mariza Marin was born and raised in San Diego and as the first women to ever be in charge of the San Ysidro Port of Entry she is committed to reduce northbound wait times and eventually reopening the PedWest border crossing