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Mandatory vaccines move forward, a Supreme Court justice thinks California “does not count” and art imitates life (or something) on “True Detective.”
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Assemblyman Rocky Chavez has a big fight on his hands: the race to become California’s next senator. But he still had some time this week to scrap with local legislators. In an op-ed for us, Chavez explains his objection to a bill written by another San Diego legislator, Assemblywoman Shirley Weber. The bill, which requires […]
Atkins and Gonzalez are once again big winners as a major bill-passing deadline passes. But Atkins’ “big one” is still out there.
In newly released emails sent by Jan Goldsmith to the Chargers and the mayor’s office, the city attorney sought to control expectations around the stadium task force and freeze out the media.
The emails demonstrate the city attorney was nervous about the media attention the mayor’s task force and Chargers were getting.
The government agency that runs San Diego’s Convention Center and the private group that markets the city as a tourist destination have been locked in a years-long struggle over who handles certain responsibilities. Attempts to expand the Convention Center only made things worse.
The San Diego County Water Authority and its larger rival, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, have the same basic mission: deliver water to Southern Californians. But for some reason they just can’t do it without a fight.
Even after $5 million in fixes, the stadium is still deficient. Taxpayer checks to the Chargers to fund perks for disabled individuals could have ended in 2006; instead they keep flowing.
A bill to increase the minimum wage to $13 per hour statewide by 2017 passed the State Senate and may make San Diego’s fight over $11.50 meaningless. At the same time, it’s unclear how enthusiastic the opposition to $11.50 per hour is here as other cities go much higher.