July 31, 2014
07/30/14 Wall Street Journal
California Gov. Jerry Brown ended a three-day visit to Mexico City Wednesday, capping a trip in which he drew attention to Mexico’s economic changes as well as the plight of unaccompanied immigrant children in the U.S.
Mr. Brown’s visit to Mexico, his state’s biggest export market, achieved few concrete accords, but it was long on ceremony, meetings and signings of memorandums of understanding. The governor, meanwhile, spoke with several Mexican officials including President Enrique Peña Nieto, who met privately with the 76-year-old Democrat.
July 30, 2014
07/29/14 Office of the Governor of California
Gov. Jerry Brown, on the third day of his trade mission here, signed two more agreements with Mexican officials on Tuesday.
The first, which was inked at the University of California’s headquarters in Mexico City, is aimed at increasing collaboration in higher education.
July 29, 2014
California Governor Jerry Brown and Mexican environmental officials signed a pact on Monday aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, an agreement that could eventually expand the market for carbon credits.
The six-page memorandum of understanding calls for cooperation in developing carbon pricing systems and calls on the partners to explore ways to align those systems in the future.
July 28, 2014
07/27/14 Associated Press
Gov. Jerry Brown travels to Mexico for three days of meetings starting Monday and will discuss immigration in separate sit-downs with President Enrique Peña Nieto and Central American diplomatic and religious leaders.
The governor’s office announced Sunday that Brown will meet privately with Nieto on Monday about topics including immigration. It comes amid a trade mission aimed at increasing direct investments in California, promoting university exchanges and forming environmental partnerships to combat climate change.
July 24, 2014
07/23/14 Los Angeles Times
Gov. Jerry Brown, attending a lunch with Mexico’s secretary of foreign affairs Wednesday, said his upcoming trip to California’s southern neighbor would help “forge new relations into the future.”
Brown is scheduled to be in Mexico City from Sunday through Wednesday, his first official trip to the country since returning to the governor’s office three years ago. He has also invited the Mexican president to California later this year.
October 7, 2013
The Washington Post, 10/6/2013
On a day when immigrant-rights activists nationwide rallied for action from Washington, Gov. Jerry Brown put California at the vanguard of change, signing sweeping laws aimed at speeding the assimilation of those in the country illegally.
Brown (D) signed eight bills Saturday, including one prohibiting local law enforcement officials from detaining immigrants longer than necessary for minor crimes so that federal immigration authorities can take custody of them.
September 17, 2013
The Los Angeles Times, 9/17/2013
If Gov. Jerry Brown signs legislation known as the Trust Act, federal immigration authorities will have a somewhat harder time taking custody of people in local jails who are suspected of being in the country illegally.
The measure, which would prohibit local jailers from holding most arrestees for an additional 48 hours before federal authorities arrive, is not expected to put a large dent in the number of deportations.
But with a revamp of immigration laws stalled in Washington, immigrant rights advocates hope to send a message that most deportation should end. Along with a bill granting driver’s licenses to more immigrants who are in the country illegally, the Trust Act would cement California’s position as one of the states most hospitable to such immigrants.
July 31, 2013
U-T San Diego, 7/31/2013
Saying California has neglected its relationship with Mexico, a veteran California legislator on Tuesday called on Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration to make a greater priority of cross-border ties.
“You have a governor who has gone to China, opened up a trade office (there), and we haven’t gone to Mexico yet,” said state Sen. Lou Correa, D-Anaheim, referring to Brown.
Correa spoke at the offices of the Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (DEITAC), a group that promotes foreign investment in the city’s manufacturing sector. He was accompanied by two members of the Assembly — Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, and Rocky Chavez, R-Carlsbad — as well as Denise Moreno Ducheny, a retired state senator from San Diego.
January 3, 2011
La Frontera, 1/3/2010
California y Baja California es una región estratégica y se tiene una agenda de temas de interés común en la que se trabajará y se dará continuidad, coincidieron los Gobernadores de ambas entidades, Jerry Brown y José Guadalupe Osuna Millán, respectivamente.
A través de un comunicado de prensa se informó que en el marco de la toma de protesta del nuevo Gobernador de California, Jerry Brown, los mandatarios estatales sostuvieron una entrevista en la que revisaron algunos de los proyectos estratégicos en materia de infraestructura, seguridad, medio ambiente, salud y energía.
Acompañado del Alcalde de Tijuana, Carlos Bustamante, el Gobernador del Estado destacó la importancia de darle continuidad a los proyectos para agilizar los cruces fronterizos, donde California y Baja California destacan al ser las únicas entidades de la en contar con un Plan Maestro conjunto.
Osuna Millán resaltó además el tema de la seguridad pública, donde será relevante la aportación del Gobernador de California, al haberse desempeñado anteriormente como Procurador de Justicia de dicha entidad.