Reporters Discuss San Diego’s Top Stories for 2006; Part II
Friday, December 22, 2006
Video of this segment will be posted online the first week of January.
Tonight on Full Focus, KPBS news director Michael Marcotte talks with reporters about the California's legislature. Conventional wisdom has it that 2006 was a highly productive year in Sacramento, which helped Schwartzenegger cruise to victory, but all the big problems facing the state were ignored: the budget deficit, redistricting, the prison system, the pension system. And we'll discuss San Diego's big projects for 2006, which were affected by the city's financial and ethical crisis. And we'll discuss illegal immigration in the county. Plus, we'll get a look at San Diego's gas and housing prices.
- Chris Reed , San Diego Union-Tribune.
- Scott Lewis , VoiceofSan Diego.org.
- Logan Jenkins , San Diego Union-Tribune.
- Scott Horsley , NPR.
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