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Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

March 23
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego may have a central role in the construction of the new U.S.-Mexico border wall as local companies rush to bid.

UC President To Send 'Strong' Message On Mexico Trip

UC President To Send 'Strong' Message On Mexico Trip

March 23
By Associated Press

University of California President Janet Napolitano is crossing the border next week to send a "strong and loud" message to Mexico — which she clearly hopes will resonate in Washington — that America should not isolate its neighbor.

First Person: Bosnian Refugee Traces Her Escape From War

First Person: Bosnian Refugee Traces Her Escape From War

March 20
By Tarryn Mento

For a look at what happens long before refugees arrive on America’s doorstep, we revisit the Bosnian war. Former refugee Senka is a biotech executive now living in San Diego.

San Diego Education Leaders Declare Local Schools 'Sanctuaries'

San Diego Education Leaders Declare Local Schools 'Sanctuaries'

March 23
By City News Service

Educational leaders from throughout San Diego County Wednesday declared local school campuses as sanctuaries against any efforts by federal officials to deport students who are in the country illegally.

State Legislators Want Pension Funds To Divest From Border Wall Pro...

State Legislators Want Pension Funds To Divest From Border Wall Project

March 20
By City News Service

A San Diego state legislator and two other Assembly members have introduced a bill that would require California's pension funds to divest from companies involved in building the border wall championed by President Donald Trump.

$1M For Family Of Teen Who Died After Liquid Meth Sips

$1M For Family Of Teen Who Died After Liquid Meth Sips

March 20
By Associated Press

The family of a Mexican teenager who died after sipping liquid methamphetamine while in custody at the San Ysidro Port of Entry has settled a lawsuit against two federal agents for $1 million.

Harris Pleads For Medi-Cal Kids, But Critics Decry A Welfare State

Harris Pleads For Medi-Cal Kids, But Critics Decry A Welfare State

March 20
By Cheryl Clark / inewsource

Newly minted California Sen. Kamala Harris recently tweeted her warning about the doom to befall her state’s children if the GOP’s health care replacement cuts federal Medicaid spending.

California Justice Doesn't Want Immigration Arrests In Court

California Justice Doesn't Want Immigration Arrests In Court

March 16
By Associated Press

The chief justice of the California Supreme Court asked federal immigration agents Thursday to stop making arrests at courthouses, saying "stalking undocumented immigrants" at the facilities thwarts people's access to justice.

USD Questions Morality Of Immigration Policies

USD Questions Morality Of Immigration Policies

March 16
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

U.S. federal judges in two states blocked President Donald Trump's renewed travel ban from taking effect on Wednesday night, a day before the executive order was set to go into effect. A debate Thursday night at the University of San Diego will take up another criticism of federal policy: Is immigration a moral right?

San Diegans Sign Postcards For The President

San Diegans Sign Postcards For The President

March 15
By Gina Diamante, Tarryn Mento

Nearly 100 San Diegans turned out for a postcard writing event on Wednesday to pen their thoughts and mail them to the White House. It was part of a national effort to send millions of messages to the president on the same day

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