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Reporters Discuss the Diocese Bankruptcy; Labor Disputes at the Supermarket; Limiting House Sizes in Solana Beach; and Private Money in Public Schools

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San Diego's Roman Catholic church declares bankruptcy.  On Full Focus , we’ll discuss the dramatic announcement and what it means to parishioners and to the victims of clergy abuse. 

We'll also take stock of a labor dispute – coming to a grocery store near you.

Solana Beach may limit how large a house can be built in that city.  How big is too big?  The debate is heating up.

And the role of private foundations as funders for public schools is debated this week as Del Mar Union School District examines how to distance itself from its principal fundraising arm.

KPBS News Director Michael Marcotte talks with local reporters about this week's top news stories.

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