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Blaming health care act for job losses seems a bit much

By: Reader's Page Source: blog.sandiego.com The Welch Allyn CEO 's announcement that it plans to cut jobs, citing a new 2.3 percent federal tax on medical equipment devices, raises some questions about this claim and the further claim this tax

TIJUANA CITY AND SHOPPING TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO

By: SanDiego.com Source: www.sandiego.com Tijuana City and Shopping Trip from San Diego transports you to a different world just across the border. Get ready for a day of affordable fun with your family. For a fun daytime outing that doesn't cost

Mexico‚Äôs Independence Day is Celebrated on September 16: ¡Viva México!

By: Michele Joyce Source: www.baja.com Mexico’s Independence Day is celebrated on September 16. It is an official holiday in Mexico, and a big one. The celebrations center around the start of the movement for independence which began on the morning

Torres Alegre: Knowledge and Love Nurture These Wines in the Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada

By: Baja.com Source: www.baja.com Far off the beaten path, on the road that runs behind Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn, there is a vineyard (seven hectares of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Grenache and Nebbiolo) and a very new winery…sort of a modern-day,

Villa del Faro: An Eco-Friendly Boutique East Cape Hotel Oasis

By: Dawn Pier Source: www.baja.com Villa del Faro Eco-Hotel in the East Cape is a surprise in so many ways – a lovingly handcrafted private estate turned boutique hotel, hidden on the side of a hill overlooking the Sea of Cortez smack dab in the

Cabo San Lucas Activities: King of the Dinner Cruises

By: Chris Sands Source: www.baja.com Looking for Cabo San Lucas activities? Every resort destination boasts a few must-see sights and seemingly mandatory excursions, trips or tours so closely associated with the area that to skip them is almost unthinkable.
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