So you marched for women. Now what?
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In this podcast episode, Alex Zaragoza and Eboney Steward, two organizers of the San Diego Women’s March, talk about what’s going down at the march and beyond.
San Diego County has a long list of what it wants (and doesn’t want) from the state, California loses two greats and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
You might have noticed an unfamiliar wet substance falling from the skies lately. You might also have noticed a flood of headlines such as “With the Rain Comes Hope That California’s 6-Year Drought Is Ending” and “Call it the Southern California drought. Rain and snow end Northern California water woes.” So is the drought actually […]
San Diego, a trendsetter? It actually happened.
Republicans react to Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget, Assemblywoman Shirley Weber is California’s best spokesperson, pot trademarks emerge as a new legal frontier and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Coming up roses.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s flirtation with a run for governor is still going strong, the state’s system for regulating stormwater is a mess, how to implement bilingual ed programs now that voters OK’d Prop. 58 and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Stuff I quit in 2016.
Two women have filed lawsuits against powerful local labor leader Mickey Kasparian. The suits are separate and one contains very serious allegations. Both suggest Kasparian, who runs the United Food and Commercial Workers union, leads through intimidation and fear, and that he misbehaves toward women. Kasparian denies all of the allegations. In an exhaustive story, […]