Congressional Inaction; Navy Broadway Complex; County Investments
Friday, September 22, 2006
The House and Senate have been reluctant to pass any significant legislation recently. Lawmakers have been unable to formulate a viable plan for immigration reform and the GOP has defied the White house on detainee legislation. Americans are waiting for their elected officials to make some difficult decisions.
Plus, the CCDC has decided to delay its vote on the Navy Broadway Complex on the heels of City Council hearings. The plan could go back to BRAC but the Manchester team is eager to get the project moving forward.
The county of San Diego has suffered significant losses on some of its riskier investments. Should the county favor such an aggressive investment strategy? The editors meet to discuss all these topics and more on the the Editor's Roundtable.
- John Warren, editor and publisher of San Diego Voice and Viewpoint .
- Tim McClain, editor of San Diego Metropolitan Magazin e.
- Bob Kittle, editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Page.
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