The stadium has managed to drown out most civic discussions for the last year or more, but things have really heated up in the last few weeks. Read up on the latest.
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You might’ve heard about the hundreds, if not thousands, of migrants from Haiti, African and other parts of the world who are stranded in Tijuana as they await word on whether they’ll be granted asylum in the U.S. But others hoping to make a home here in America are kept in a detention center in […]
The law as a suit of armor.
Pete Wilson’s pension legacy, the what ifs on legalized marijuana, California’s very, very good first dog and more in our weekly roundup of news from the capital.
In a debate this week, the city attorney candidates revisited an explosive 2014 case in which the city attorney’s office argued a victim was at fault in her own sexual assault. Mara Elliott initially said if the city’s claim was true, “it needed to be stated,” but later said the city’s argument was inappropriate and that victim-blaming is never OK.
There are 150 different ways to be mad about the Donald Trump tape. But the particular mad I’m feeling as I write this is like a Hulk-ified version of how I feel when my husband says, “We should try this new restaurant my coworker told me about” even though I too have told him about […]
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In this episode of San Diego Decides, we run down all 17 state ballot propositions, so get comfy, take notes and godspeed.
If you’ve seen the commercials for Measure C, the Chargers’ plan to build a convadium, the pitch to voters is that it’s “about more than football”: Former Mayor Jerry Sanders says the stadium will bring jobs and civic pride with it, too. But the pitch the Chargers are making to city leaders behind closed doors is […]
Months ago, when we booked DeRay Mckesson, a civil rights activist and a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement, to speak at Politifest, we knew he’d generate a lot of interest and that his work would resonate with people here in San Diego. But we had no idea that his words, and his cause, would […]