Libby Sentence Commuted, Race in Schools, South Bay Development
Friday, July 6, 2007
This week, President Bush commuted the 30-month prison sentence of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, who was convicted of lying to federal prosecutors about his role in the leak of a CIA agent's identity.
Also, the Supreme Court recently decided to restrict the use of race in determining which school a student can attend. Will the decision lead to a decrease in diversity in our nation's public schools?
And, a massive bayfront development project in Chula Vista is in jeopardy. Could stalled labor negotiations bring an end to Gaylord Entertainment's plans to build a hotel and convention center in the South Bay?
- JW August, managing editor and a member of the editorial board for 10News.
- John Warren, editor and publisher of San Diego Voice & Viewpoint.
- Tim McClain, editor of San Diego Metropolitan Magazine.
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