There are rarely good weeks for women on the internet, but this one was especially bad.
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When journalists are forced to just say no.
Instead of the usual trip for San Diegans to get heard – a flight or long car ride to Sacramento – officials from Sacramento came Thursday night to San Diego. California Air Resources Board staff and one local board member hosted a forum in Barrio Logan on air quality and climate change issues. The board […]
Nothing ever seems quite right.
Assemblywoman Toni Atkins on what the state budget will do for San Diego, questions over cap and trade and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
What Whole30 hath wrought.
An adult film star on a ballot measure requiring condoms in porn, the ballot grows ever longer, a push to cover homelessness goes statewide and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
We know San Diego Unified loves to build new stadiums and all things that come with them — stadium lights, and athletic fields. Many of those new fields are made with artificial turf that’s filled with chopped-up tires known as crumb rubber. In fact, San Diego Unified has plans for 55 new artificial turf fields by […]
Lights, camera, a mixed bag of policies!
Back in November, I asked San Diego lawmakers to tell me the one thing they’d like to see happen to make California government more transparent. The overwhelming favorite was to get rid of a procedure called gut-and-amend, where a legislator takes a bill he or she has already written – say a bill about food […]