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Roundtable: Twitter Politics and SDUSD Budget Woes

Above: The San Diego Unified School District would need to lay off employees, sell property and cash in reserves if mid-year budget cuts of more than $30 million become necessary, according to a report to the Board of Education

Aired 10/14/11 on KPBS Midday Edition.

GUESTS:

Scott Lewis, CEO, Voice of San Diego

Kyla Calvert, KPBS Education Reporter

Transcript

Twitter suspended the accounts of the county GOP chair after learning he signed up for several accounts representing local Democrats. San Diego Republican Party Chairman Tony Krvaric admits he launched thel fake Twitter accounts, using the names of the San Diego Democratic Party, its chair, and two democratic city councilwomen. Is this politics as usual or crossing the line? Also, School District San Diego Unified School District is looking at some drastic fiscal realities, including possible insolvency. We'll take a look at both issues on Midday Edition's Roundtable.

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