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Pro Water Bond Camp Tells Voters Why They Should Vote For Prop. 1

Oct. 22
By Erik Anderson
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Backers of the state's "water bond" and "rainy day fund" propositions unveiled four new television ads this week.

Southern California Desert Management Plan Worries Activists

Oct. 22
By Erik Anderson
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A sweeping renewable energy management plan for Southern California's desert regions is stirring fears about potential new solar farms and transmission lines in San Diego and Imperial counties.

San Diego City Council To Decide On Ordinance Setting Developer Fee For Affordable Housing

Oct. 21
By City News Service
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The council voted two weeks ago to approve the framework of the agreement in concept and have the City Attorney's Office return with a draft ordinance.

San Diego Minimum Wage Increase To Go On June 2016 Ballot

Oct. 20
Midday Edition
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The City Council voted unanimously Monday to put the increase on the June 2016 ballot.

Central Valley Finds New Life In Milk And Oil

Oct. 20
Julia Mitric, Capital Public Radio
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The collapse of the housing market devastated cities like Stockton and Modesto. But the Central Valley’s agriculture industry weathered The Great Recession just fine. It even saw record growth, with one painful exception: dairy.

What Would Prop. 1 — The State Water Bond — Do For San Diego?

Oct. 20
By Erik Anderson
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California's punishing four-year drought sets the parched scene for Proposition 1 — a $7.5 billion water bond on the Nov. 4 ballot. Critics say most of the money won't help San Diego.

Biotech Industry Rebounds San Diego Economy

Oct. 20
Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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San Diego's biotech industry is rebounding better than others.

San Diego County Unemployment Rate Decreases In September

Oct. 17
By Erik Anderson and City News Service
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The unemployment rate in San Diego County last month was 5.9 percent, near a six-year low.

Roundtable Looks At Props 45 & 46, SDPD Body Cameras, Minimum Wage Reboot

Oct. 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Props 45 and 46 are either unfair and will cost consumers big bucks or will save consumers money and level the medical playing field, depending on which side you're on. About 300 San Diego cops are now wearing body cameras. And the San Diego Chamber of Commerce trumps City Council on minimum wage.

San Diego Residents, Oil Industry Worry About Gas Price Increases

Oct. 16
Evening Edition
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California's landmark greenhouse gas reduction legislation could push up the price of gasoline in January. Community leaders worry it will be unfair to people living on the margins.

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