Pension Lawsuit, All American Canal, Newspaper Slant
Friday, December 15, 2006
This week, a Superior Court judge dealt a major blow to City Attorney Mike Aguirre’s attempt to recoup $900 million in pension benefits he says were granted illegally. Will Aguirre drop the lawsuit now that it looks like the city only stands to gain $50 million?
Also, Congress voted to move forward with the lining of the All-American Canal. Should Mexico get a share of the Colorado River water that runs through Imperial County?
Plus, a new University of Chicago study found that the political slant of newspapers is guided more by business than politics. What kind of affect does this have on the readers?
- Bob Kittle, editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Page.
- Tim McClain, editor of San Diego Metropolitan Magazine .
- Scott Horsley, business reporter for National Public Radio.
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