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San Diego's First Medical Marijuana Permit Faces Last Bureaucratic Hurdle

Jan. 28
By Matthew Bowler
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The San Diego Planning Commission is expected this week to approve the conditional land use permit for what could be San Diego's first legal medical marijuana dispensary.

U.S. House Postpones Contentious Border Bill Indefinitely

Jan. 27
Lorne Matalon / Fronteras
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House leaders in Congress have postponed indefinitely a vote on a border security bill known as the “Secure Our Borders Act,” which would penalize the Department of Homeland Security if it fails to stop all illegal border crossings within five years.

Report: San Diego Fire Hasn't Implemented Improvements

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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Nearly four years after a respected consultant issued recommendations for improving the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, few of the ideas have been carried out.

Chancellor: CSU Will Work To Raise Graduation Rates

Jan. 27
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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The California State University system is launching a renewed effort to raise the graduation rates of freshmen and transfer students.

California Considering Safety Of Driverless Cars

Jan. 27
Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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Driverless cars are coming to California. But before they get here the state must make sure they’re safe.

'Low-Floor' Trolleys Now Travel The Blue Line In San Diego

Jan. 27
By Tom Fudge
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The San Diego trolley system's oldest and most heavily used line can now accommodate wheelchair-friendly low-floor trolley cars.

'Smart Homes' Will Make Life A Little Easier For Severely Wounded Veterans

Jan. 27
By Alison St John
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A Marine who lost both his legs and has been through 240 surgeries will find life a little easier, thanks to a new home that broke ground Tuesday in Fallbrook.

Judge OKs San Diego's $120M Infrastructure Bond

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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After months of legal delays, a judge cleared the way for the city of San Diego to issue a $120 million bond to pay for infrastructure projects.

Boy Goes Home After Getting San Diego's First Pediatric Heart Transplant

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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Eric Montaño suffered from restrictive cardiomyopathy, which stiffened the walls of his heart and kept the organ from filing with blood properly.

Cap Set On Donations To San Diego County Candidates

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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Pending a second vote, the limits would be $25,000 for supervisors races by district and $50,000 for countywide offices.