CA Budget Stalemate, 10th Ave. Development, Beijing Olympics
Friday, August 8, 2008
Audio posted Friday afternoon.
Governor Schwarzenegger says he will veto all bills that come across his desk until the state budget is passed. What progress has been made in the state budget stalemate, and how have the governor's efforts to stimulate progress impacted negotiations?
Plus, a proposal to build a double-decker mixed use development, that could include a football stadium, at the 10 Avenue Marine terminal has qualified for the November ballot. How would the development project impact day-to-day operations at the port?
And, the 2008 Summer Olympics are set to begin this weekend in Beijing. How important are the Olympics to China's future, and what is the country doing to make sure the event is a success?
- Michael Smolens, politics editor for the San Diego Union-Tribune .
- Scott Lewis , co-executive editor for voiceofsandiego.org .
- Alisa Joyce Barba , western bureau chief for National Public Radio .
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