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Wait Times Shorter At San Ysidro Border Crossing

June 24
By City News Service
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A survey by the South County Economic Development Council found those crossing the border at San Ysidro are far more likely to be U.S. citizens than four years ago and that they're experiencing shorter wait times.

Former Qualcomm Executive Sent To Prison For Insider Trading

June 26
By Associated Press

Jing Wang was sentenced Friday for profiting off the wireless technology company's confidential information and covering up his crimes.

Proposal To Ease Regulations For San Diego's Home-Based Businesses Gets Green Light

June 25
By City News Service
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Councilman Chris Cate said many of the people bringing innovations to the market are designing products in their living rooms and garages.

California's New Paid Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect July 1

June 24
Midday Edition
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About 6.5 million workers in California are expected to benefit from a new paid sick leave law authored by a San Diego lawmaker.

San Diego County's Taxable Property Is Valued At $439B

June 24
By City News Service
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Assessor Ernest Dronenburg Jr. said the tax roll includes nearly 987,000 parcels of land, 59,800 businesses, more than 13,000 boats and nearly 1,800 aircraft.

Rainbow Water District Board Opposes Merger With Fallbrook

June 24
By Alison St John
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The Rainbow Water District has voted to oppose a proposed merger with the Fallbrook Water District. The decision shows the challenge of trying to consolidate how water is managed in California.

Vista Company Helps Homeowners Recycle Swimming Pool Water

June 24
By Claire Trageser
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California's drought has increased business for some "drought entrepreneurs," companies that are finding ways to make money by helping people save water. Pool Services Technologies is one of them.

Uber Ruling Brings Labor Laws Into Question

June 23
By Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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California's 20th century labor laws don't easily fit the 21st century sharing economy. Is a new class of employees the answer?

San Diego Fast Food Workers Rally For Higher Pay

June 22
By Erik Anderson
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San Diego fast food workers continue to push for a $15 hourly minimum wage. They rallied Monday in support of their fellow workers asking for the same thing in New York State.

Habitat For Humanity Kicks Off Construction Of 4 Homes In El Cajon

June 22
By Dwane Brown, City News Service
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The effort is being supported in part by a $50,000 donation from the foundation of auto racing champion Jimmie Johnson, which was matched by the Lowe's home improvement store chain.