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San Diego City Auditor: Purchasing Contracts Aren't Being Monitored

Jan. 16
By City News Service
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An example of a contract that went bad involved the move of 450 municipal employees from leased office space in one downtown building to another two years ago, said City Auditor Eduardo Luna in a memo.

Seat At State Of The Union Reserved For Imprisoned Camp Pendleton Marine Veteran

Jan. 16
By Beth Ford Roth
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As President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address next Tuesday, a seat will be empty in the House chamber. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Michigan, reserved the chair for Marine Corps veteran Amir Hekmati, who has been held in an Iranian prison for more than three years.

Mayor Wants Plan For New Chargers Stadium By This Fall

Jan. 14
Midday Edition
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced at his first State of the City speech he is creating a task force to develop a plan to build a new stadium for the Chargers. It could be at the current stadium site in Mission Valley or in downtown San Diego.

Republicans Plan To Host 9 Presidential Debates

Jan. 16
Associated Press
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During a meeting in Coronado, the Republican National Committee said the first debate will be in August.

Roundtable Analyzes State Of The City, Chargers & LA Stadium, Sheriff's Pre-Crime Squad

Jan. 16
Midday Edition
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The State of the City speech was heavy on task forces — Chargers/convention center expansion, jobs' skills — and somewhat light on the details. Meanwhile the plan for an NFL stadium in LA moves forward. And the sheriff's department is using intelligence to target ex-offenders likely to commit crimes.

Mitt Romney To Speak On Final Night Of Republican National Committee Meeting

Jan. 16
By City News Service
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At a dinner Thursday at the Hotel del Coronado, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker delivered the meeting's keynote speech, criticizing Hillary Clinton and contrasting himself with his party's other potential 2016 presidential candidates.

San Diego Starts Effort To Update City's 'Constitution'

Jan. 15
By Claire Trageser
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The San Diego City Council's Charter Review Committee began its look at the city's charter on Thursday and hinted at potential major changes, including rewriting the entire document.

Steve Miesen Appointed To Fill Vacant Chula Vista Council Seat

Jan. 14
10News
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After days of debate and drama, the council appointed Steve Miesen to fill the seat left vacant when Mary Salas was elected mayor.

San Diego's Charter Could Get Facelift Next Year

Jan. 14
By Claire Trageser
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A committee of four San Diego City Council members will spend the next year reviewing updates to the charter — essentially the city's constitution. Those updates would go before voters in June 2016.

Mitt Romney To Speak At GOP Meeting In Coronado

Jan. 13
By City News Service
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The former presidential candidate, who plans to speak at a Republican National Committee meeting, is reportedly mulling another run for the presidency next year.

San Diego City Council Rejects Environmental Regulations Claim For Dispensaries

Jan. 13
By City News Service
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City leaders unanimously rejected a staff finding that permit applications to operate legal medical marijuana dispensaries in San Diego are exempt from environmental regulations.

Public Comment At San Diego Council Meetings Now 2 Days A Week

Jan. 13
By City News Service
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Traditionally, members of the public could speak for three minutes on Tuesday mornings on any topic that isn't up for discussion at the meeting. However, a member of the public sued in order to have the comment sessions on Mondays as well.

California Attorney General Kamala Harris Launches Bid For US Senate Seat

Jan. 13
Associated Press
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California Attorney General Kamala Harris said Tuesday that she is entering what is expected to be a crowded field in the 2016 race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate.

Source: California Attorney General Kamala Harris To Run For US Senate

Jan. 12
Kevin Freking, Michael Blood / Associated Press
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Kamala Harris, 50, will become the first prominent California Democrat to enter the 2016 race that is expected to lure a crowded field.

Newsom Says He Won't Run For U.S. Senate

Jan. 12
Kevin Freking / Associated Press
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Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who served eight years as mayor of San Francisco, would have been considered a top contender for the U.S. Senate seat after Barbara Boxer announced her retirement.