Though recreational marijuana use is now legal statewide, no place in the county is considering allowing the activities involved in creating and distributing it.
Hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts sat down with Councilmen David Alvarez and Scott Sherman to talk about the odd couple’s new housing plan.
Dozens of marijuana delivery services operate with hardly any regulation. City Council members may shut that down Tuesday when they evaluate a set of proposals on medical and recreational marijuana regulation.
Some of the proposals the City Council is considering to regulate marijuana are noncontroversial. But two of them — one that would deal with marijuana delivery services and another that could ban activities like growing, manufacturing and testing — have become a bit more contentious.
Republican Scott Sherman and Democrat David Alvarez are pushing a series of proposals aimed at combating the city’s high housing costs.
In this week’s podcast, Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis talk about the vote-wrangling between Councilman David Alvarez and Councilwoman Myrtle Cole to become the next Council president. Also: A determined new coalition says it wants to solve the region’s affordable housing crisis.
Whoever becomes City Council president must adopt a bold vision that preserves our quality of life and ensures all of our friends and neighbors have an opportunity to thrive and succeed, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, income or immigration status.
The behind-the-scenes vote wrangling between Councilman David Alvarez and Councilwoman Myrtle Cole to become the next Council president is turning into a proxy war between two powerful progressive interests in City Hall.
Barbara Bry joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about what she plans to do when she takes her seat as the new representative for San Diego City Council District 1.
Despite the cash infusion from business groups into the District 9 City Council race, voters picked Georgette Gomez, who made a name for herself in a long and often losing battle against industry.