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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.

San Diego Women See Hope In President Trump's Vision Of America

San Diego Women See Hope In President Trump's Vision Of America

March 23
By Susan Murphy

Two months ago, an estimated 40,000 women marched in protest through downtown San Diego as President Trump took office. But it was women who helped lead Trump to victory, including some in San Diego who say their support for the president remains steadfast.

Trump Presidency Inspires Reactivation Of San Diego Black Panther P...

Trump Presidency Inspires Reactivation Of San Diego Black Panther Party

March 23
By Amita Sharma

The group says police practices are also a factor in the resurrection of the party.

California Says GOP Health Bill Would Cost State Billions

California Says GOP Health Bill Would Cost State Billions

March 22
By Associated Press

The Republican health overhaul bill in Congress would cut federal payments for low-income health coverage in California by an estimated $6 billion in 2020 and more than $24 billion in a decade, Gov. Jerry Brown's administration said Wednesday.

Hip Hop Artist Encourages San Diego College Students To Get Involved

Hip Hop Artist Encourages San Diego College Students To Get Involved

March 22
By Claire Trageser

Pittsburgh-based artist Jasiri X is known for his songs about political issues, including "What if the Tea Party was Black?" and "Trayvon."

New Survey Reveals Americans' Fears About Aging

New Survey Reveals Americans' Fears About Aging

March 22
By Kenny Goldberg

A new survey reveals most people think America is not well prepared to take care of its seniors.

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

March 22
By Alison St John

Proposed budget changes from President Trump's administration may hurt access to affordable housing for people with the lowest incomes, the disabled and seniors, but could help more middle-income working families.

California State University Board Votes To Raise Tuition

California State University Board Votes To Raise Tuition

March 22
By Associated Press

California State University's governing board voted Wednesday to approve the first tuition increase in six years at its 23 campuses.

Gun Threat Prompts Lockdowns At Fallbrook And Ivy Continuation High...

Gun Threat Prompts Lockdowns At Fallbrook And Ivy Continuation High Schools

March 22
By City News Service

A report of a possible gun-related threat against Fallbrook and Ivy Continuation high schools Monday morning prompted an hours-long lockdown of the two neighboring campuses.

New Nonprofit Launches Barista Training Program For Homeless, At-Ri...

New Nonprofit Launches Barista Training Program For Homeless, At-Risk Youth

March 22
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The San Diego Coffee Training Institute aims to recruit, train and provide job placement for the homeless, at-risk youth and low-income individuals.