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Roundtable On Early Political Races, Chula Vista Turmoil, Government Water Use

May 1
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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It's May 2015. Do you know where (or who) your political candidates are? Chula Vista's trouble completing its city council is not over. And water use among public agencies in the city of San Diego went up by 19 percent.

Soda Labeling Bill Loses Its Fizz In California Senate

April 30
By Kenny Goldberg
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A bill that would have required health warning labels on sodas and other sugary drinks has fallen flat in the California legislature.

San Diego Rolls Out Interactive Online Budget Tool

April 29
By Claire Trageser
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The tool at Budget.SanDiego.gov allows users to gather information about the 2015-16 spending plan by clicking on pie charts or viewing tables.

Civic San Diego OKs Guidelines For Publicly Funded Projects

April 29
By City News Service
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Civic San Diego staff will use the policy, developed after several months of public meetings, to evaluate projects proposed for downtown San Diego, City Heights, Encanto and Southeast San Diego.

Obama Lives Up To Pledge To Slow Immigrant Deportations

April 29
By Associated Press
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Since October, the Homeland Security Department has sent home the fewest immigrants in the country illegally since Obama took office in 2009.

California Touts Aggressive Plan To Reduce Greenhouse Gases

April 29
By Associated Press
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Gov. Jerry Brown set a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 40 percent below 1990 levels over the next 15 years.

Three San Diego City Council Members To Lobby In D.C.

April 29
By City News Service
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Council President Sherri Lightner, and Councilwomen Myrtle Cole and Marti Emerald plan to discuss economic development, infrastructure financing, workforce development, homelessness and cyber security.

Budget Analyst: Faulconer's Proposed Budget Is 'Good News' For San Diegans

April 28
By Tarryn Mento
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A new report out this week shows Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposed fiscal 2016 city budget has plenty to offer San Diegans, but points to some future areas of concern.

Brown Proposes $10,000 Fine For California's Worst Water Wasters

April 28
By Associated Press
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The recommendation was part of a legislative proposal Gov. Jerry Brown said he would make to expand enforcement of water restrictions.

After Historic Arguments, Court To Rule On Same-Sex Marriage

April 28
Midday Edition
By Associated Press
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Same-sex couples now can marry in 36 states and the District of Columbia, and the court is weighing whether gay and lesbian unions should be allowed in all 50 states.

City Council OKs $1.5M SDPD Settlement

April 28
By City News Service
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The City Council finalized two legal settlements worth a total of $1.56 million with women who sued the city for personal injuries stemming from encounters with San Diego police officers.

Judge Tentatively Denies Attempt To Stop San Diego's Open Taxi Market

April 27
By City News Service
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Permit holders asked Judge Ronald Prager for a temporary restraining order to stop the Metropolitan Transit System from issuing new taxi cab permits.

Delaware North Gets San Diego Qualcomm Stadium Contract

April 27
By City News Service
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A contract for the stadium's long-standing concessionaire, Centerplate, expired in February. Centerplate received backlash late last year after its former CEO was caught on camera kicking a dog.

City Of San Diego Employees To Get 3 Paid Sick Days

April 27
By City News Service
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The city of San Diego will offer up to three paid sick days a year to its hourly employees, beginning July 1.

One Paseo Proposal To Return To San Diego City Council

April 24
By City News Service
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Opponents of a controversial development in Carmel Valley collected enough referendum petition signatures to force the San Diego City Council to either rescind its approval of the project or put the issue to voters.

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