Despite my love of and obsession with Twitter, I’m a big believer in the directive “Never tweet.” I don’t mean this literally, of course, because I tweet all the time. But it’s an incredibly powerful mantra in those moments when you’re overcome with rage, or vindictiveness, or both, and you know deep down you’ll regret having […]
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Many attention-grabbing bills have already died or been shelved so far this session. But there are still plenty of high-profile measures alive in the Legislature, including these ones written by San Diego lawmakers.
When impact rains, it pours.
New arguments emerge against AB 805, the governor signs two new bills from local lawmakers, San Diego County spent more than half a million dollars lobbying so far this year and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Ron didn’t write what Ron ran.
The debate over what constitutes a “violent crime” continues, Gov. Jerry Brown signs two bills from local lawmakers and more in our weekly roundup of news from Sacramento.
Body camera footage discovered by the city attorney’s office after a homeless man was convicted of an infraction shows a San Diego Police officer gave false testimony multiple times under oath. The city attorney’s office didn’t notify SDPD about the officer until contacted by Voice of San Diego.
With many of the bombshell revelations Andrew Keatts has reported about SANDAG, the agency in its official responses suggested it was just as surprised as the public to learn about some of the details. When we reported that SANDAG misled voters on the 2004 TransNet measure by saying it would bring in more than $14 […]
But their emails.
Sacramento isn’t the dirty word you think it is.