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Tease photo for Program Streamlined To Get Food Stamps To Needy Faster

Program Streamlined To Get Food Stamps To Needy Faster

April 19
By Megan Burks

It can take San Diego County applicants three days to get food stamps under the CalFresh program. The goal now is to sign up in the morning and have an EBT card loaded with the CalFresh dollars by dinner time.

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Uber Forcing Democrats To Rethink Labor Rules

April 19
Scott Shafer / KQED

Organized labor has always counted on Democrats’ support for issues like raising the minimum wage and paid sick leave. But a new tech-driven workplace could put some Democrats at odds with their friends in the labor movement.

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San Diego County Home Prices Climb In March

April 18
By City News Service

The median price of a home in San Diego County rose by 5.1 percent in March compared with the same month a year ago, according to a real estate information service.

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Harris Questioned For Representing Gov. Brown During San Onofre Probe

April 15
By Amita Sharma

San Diego consumer lawyer Mike Aguirre has asked Gov. Jerry Brown’s office for records and communications related to San Onofre. But Attorney General Kamala Harris has notified Aguirre she is representing Brown’s office in the lawyer's request for documents under the California Public Records Act.

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Unemployment Rate In San Diego Holds Steady At 4.7%

April 15
By City News Service

Over the past year, the biggest gains have been in health care and social assistance.

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Board Approves Agreement Between County and Jamul Casino

April 13
By City News Service

The agreement addresses how to handle the traffic, public safety and environmental effects from the construction and operation of the Jamul Indian Village casino that's scheduled to open later this year.

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San Diego City Council Puts Former AIDS Hospice On Market

April 12
By Andrew Bowen

The dilapidated Truax House will soon be on the real estate market. Amid fears that a developer could demolish the property, the City Council asked to have final approval of the buyer and the development plans.

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Panel Advances Bill Committing State To Cover LA Olympics Overrun

April 12
By Associated Press

Los Angeles bid committee chairman Casey Wasserman told lawmakers that government support is essential in landing the games.

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With New Monument, Obama and Dems Seize On Equal Pay Day

April 12
By Associated Press

Obama dedicated a new national monument to women's equality and pushed Congress to pass legislation.

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Is Housing Discrimination A Problem In San Diego?

April 11
By Midday Edition

A majority of San Diego County residents surveyed last year about housing discrimination said they don't consider it a problem in their neighborhood. For those who have experienced discrimination, 33 percent said it was because of their race.