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July 7, 2015
Mexico’s Arbor Day (July 9th) will be celebrated with the first of several reforestation efforts in the Riviera Nayarit, beginning in the Texcamale area of San Vicente. The project will start at 8 a.m. and everyone is invited to participate. The activity is organized by the Nuevo Vallarta EarthCheck Committee, which now actively includes the...
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  Transcript GWEN IFILL: Finally tonight, Americans have long crossed the border with Mexico in search of cheaper medical procedures, dental work and prescription drugs. Now a new trend is afoot: finding a place to live out retirement years. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery has the story, part of our occasional series about long-term care. KATHLEEN...
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Radical teachers opposing Mexico’s program for evaluating and testing teachers blocked exam sites and cut off the hair of some who showed up. The Education Departments says Sunday’s attacks were the work of “violent and intolerant groups.” It pledged on Monday to push ahead with testing, which has been interrupted in the states of Chiapas,...
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Back in September, Mexican Bishop José María de la Torre Martín waded into controversy with statements he made comparing homosexual marriages with bestiality. “If they allow gay marriage tomorrow, soon they will be letting a man marry his dog, and their puppies will get their inheritance,” the controversial bishop from the state of Aguascalientes said...
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