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While Daily Endorphin performs maintenance on the Daily Endorphin app, here are steps for adding a shortcut to the log-in page to your Apple device’s home screen. First, visit https://getfitsd.dailyendorphin.com/de/login from your device’s internet browser.  Then, expand the options on the bottom of your browser. Click  “Add to Home Screen” and create a name for […]

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This Monday, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that an indoor mask mandate is being reinstated from December 15 through January 15, regardless of vaccination status. After that, health officials will determine further recommendations as needed.  CDPH cites rising case rates after the Thanksgiving holiday and anticipates cases to surge again following holiday […]

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Last Friday, the SANDAG Board of Directors approved the 2021 Regional Plan and directed staff to explore alternatives to the proposed road user charge within six months. The San Diego City Council elected Councilman Sean Elo-Rivera as council president, replacing Councilwoman Jennifer Campbell, who held the role for the past year. Elo-Rivera also announced appointments […]

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Legislative Lounge 2021

Thank you to those that were able to join us at this year’s Legislative Lounge and congratulations to our award winners! In case you missed it, we recognized:  “Victory Lap”—Jay Goldstone, Interim COO, City of San Diego  “Staffer Who Gets S&!t Done”—Mabi Castro, Office of County Supervisor Nora Vargas “Bridge Builder”—David Pasquini, Consul, Business and […]

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In today’s increasingly interconnected world, businesses frequently find themselves working across international borders. Knowing how to properly conduct business and better serve clients with a diverse cultural background has become an invaluable asset. Developing a deep understanding on how to navigate through international protocol provides our local businesses and industry leaders with essential tools and […]

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The 2020 census numbers were finally released, kicking off a flurry of efforts on redistricting, but also illuminating how our region has changed. While the state will lose a congressional seat — because of its declining population– San Diego grew by 7 percent and became more diverse.  The City is now the eighth largest, and […]

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Climate change is an urgent public health issue. According to a recent survey from Blue Shield of California, a CarbonNeutral® certified company, more than eight out of 10 (83%) of Gen Z youth are concerned about the health of the planet. A majority of respondents also say their environment affects both their physical health (69%) and […]

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The San Diego Tourism Authority has reached out with a special opportunity for Chamber members to add more content to their website, sandiego.org. Site traffic is up nearly 100% in the past 30 days with increases in search activity related to hotels, outdoor activities, attractions and more. At the beginning of March, the San Diego […]

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Baja Election News

Karla Ruiz, formerly Tijuana’s Secretary of Education, took office as Mayor of Tijuana earlier this month following Arturo Gonzalez’ resignation—who left office due to family reasons and announced he will not seek re-election. This is the second time since October that he has stepped down from his role, having abruptly returned after less than a […]

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Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom presented his $9.6 billion relief package designed to give a boost to struggling California companies and families. In summary, the bill includes $600 payments to individuals earning less than $30,000/year and/or people who received an Earned Income Tax Credit in 2020. For the business community, over $2 billion will go […]

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