Coffee & Headlines • April 3, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


City Council approves several new initiatives.

Excessive yellow cab fares will go away, they say.

City begins Semana Santa security operative.

The state government will not cave in to political blackmail, says local representative concerning closure of vehicle verification center.

Isla Río Cuale could become a natural protected area.


Mexico City hosts a massive dance at the Zócalo; 80,000 attend.


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