California increased its gas tax to help repair its crumbling infrastructure, and support for the bill among San Diego’s representatives broke along partisan lines.
Now that Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act are on hold, State Sen. Toni Atkins is treading carefully as she pursues a single-payer health care plan for California.
Usually when two people “make it official” it means they’re coming together — getting married, etc. Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and Sen. Marty Block made it official this week, but they’re doing just the opposite and forcing San Diego Dems to choose a side. “The brewing showdown could cause fractures not just in local San Diego […]
San Diego’s legislators had 91 bills signed into law this session. Not surprisingly, a substantial number of them dealt with veterans and service members, although some lawmakers stuck to other themes.
A bill by Escondido Assemblywoman Marie Waldron could pave the way for synchronized traffic lights in San Diego.
If you want to understand why GOP support was so hard to come by for a bill steeped in fiscally conservative principles and that originated from a conservative San Diego County government, consider these three points.
Educating the poor about insurance, chalk case update, Filner’s staff exodus, local gay marriages begin, the Project from Hell.
A big night for local Democrats and school boosters, the day in photos and fun moments, and a light that lingers.
It’ll be a classic ideological battle for mayor, mad props due the props (they win big), council fight looms and voters (some of them) speak out.