California/Mexican relations

We're still waiting for word from Governor Jerry Brown about whether he'll agree to President Trump's request to deploy California National Guard troops to the Mexico border.  Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler looks at what could happen if Brown declines.

Every border state governor has embraced President Trump's requested deployment of National Guard troops to the Mexican border... except in California, where Governor Jerry Brown remained mum for a second straight day.  As Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, state lawmakers are starting to take stands.

California Governor Jerry Brown's administration says its reviewing President Trump's proclamation deploying National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border.  Here's Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler.

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The mayors of San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico signed an agreement yesterday (Monday) reaffirming the partnership between the two border cities.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.

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Foreign delegations routinely visit the California state Capitol.  But with Mexico and the U.S. at odds over certain policies these days, this week's visit from a half-dozen Mexican senators carries added significance.  Our Capital Bureau Chief Ben Adler spent some time with two of the senators.