Imperial Valley News
FTC Approves Final Orders Settling Charges That Used Auto Dealers Touted Inspections Without Disclosing That Some Cars Were Subject to Unrepaired Safety Recalls
Washington, DC - Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved final consent orders with CarMax, Asbury Automotive Group and West-Herr Automotive Group, settling charges that they touted how rigorously they inspect their used cars, yet failed to adequately disclose that some of the cars were subject to unrepaired safety recalls.
Imperial County Assessor Reminds Business and Personal Property Owners that their Annual Property Statements are Due Soon
El Centro, California - The Imperial County Assessor, Robert Menvielle, wishes to inform business and personal property owners that the last day to file their annual property statement without a 10% penalty is Monday, May 8, 2017. All filings received and/or postmarked after May 8, 2017 will be subject to a 10% late filing penalty.
Imperial County Board of Supervisors Recognize Autism Awareness Month and Crime Victims' Rights Week
Imperial Valley, California - On Tuesday, during the Imperial County Board of Supervisors (Board) regular meeting, the Board adopted two proclamations that recognized the importance of raising public awareness and acceptance of autism and reaffirmed their commitment to respect and enforce victims’ rights and address their needs.
Washington, DC - The United States is concerned about legislation proposed by the Government of Hungary on March 28th that imposes new, targeted, and onerous regulatory requirements on foreign universities. If adopted, these changes would negatively affect or even lead to the closure of Central European University (CEU) in Budapest.
Washington, DC - The United States offers its condolences to all those in Peru who have suffered as a result of the devastating flooding over the past several weeks. We are working closely with the government of Peru to support efforts to address the extensive losses and damage caused by this natural disaster.
Washington, DC - The United States condemns the Venezuelan Supreme Court’s March 29 decision to usurp the powers of the democratically elected National Assembly. This rupture of democratic and constitutional norms greatly damages Venezuela’s democratic institutions and denies the Venezuelan people the right to shape their country’s future through their elected representatives. We consider it a serious setback for democracy in Venezuela.