Last updateFri, 14 Jun 2019 12pm

Bodies of expats found in mobile morgues

The corpses of two U.S. citizens have been discovered among the human remains kept in refrigerated trailer trucks utilized as mobile morgues by Jalisco’s oversaturated Forensic Medical Services (SEMEFO) facility, according to an article highlighted on the front page of the October 2 print edition of the Guadalajara daily Milenio.

A done deal: Goodbye NAFTA, hello USMCA

Despite his previous doubts about the benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to Mexico’s poorest denizens, this country’s president-elect is expected to instruct his party’s legislators to give a thumbs up to the updated version, to be known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

Congress approves anti-plastic law

An initiative that would see establishments fined starting in 2020 if they fail to provide biodegradable plastic bags, containers, straws and cups to their customers has been approved by the main body of the Jalisco State Congress.

State traffic cops bring back roadside traps

Jalisco’s Secretaria de Movilidad (Semov) resumed random vehicle spot checks at lakeside this week, with local motorists reporting a team of agents posted on the highway west of Ajijic at La Cristina on Wednesday, September 19.