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Chinese Imports, Waring’s Resignation, Housing Market


Aired 4/19/09

This week, a large toy recall has raised fears about the safety of a variety of products that are being imported from China into the United States. What can the U.S. do to protect people from toxic Chinese imports?

Also, San Diego's chief of land use and economic development has resigned after he continued to lobby to allow the controversial Sunroad high-rise building to remain in violation of FAA safety standards. Was Jim Waring forced out, or did he resign under his own accord?

And, the number of homes sold in San Diego is on the decline as potential buyers hold out for a good deal. Who will move first in the local real estate waiting game?


  • John Warren, editor and publisher of San Diego Voice & Viewpoint.
  • Bob Kittle, editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune editorial page.
  • Tim McClain , editor of San Diego Metropolitan Magazine.

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