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Chargers To Open Training Camp Thursday With Public Practice

July 29
By City News Service
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The Chargers will have eight other practices at Chargers Park open to the general public.

Covered California: Cost Of Health Care Coverage Increases

July 28
Midday Edition
By Associated Press
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The cost of private individual health plans on California's state-run market will increase about 4 percent for the second straight year.

City To Release Environmental Study On Proposed San Diego Stadium In August

July 28
By City News Service
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the city will release an environmental impact review on a proposed NFL stadium on Aug. 10. His comments came after a three-hour meeting with NFL executives.

San Diego Officials, NFL Executives To Talk Stadium

July 27
By City News Service
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City and county of San Diego officials are scheduled to meet Tuesday with National Football League executives about a proposed stadium in Mission Valley.

San Diego Judge Tosses Lawsuit Seeking Fatal Drugs For Terminally Ill

July 27
By Associated Press
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A judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit against the state on behalf of three terminally ill Californians seeking doctor-prescribed fatal medication.

Hillary Clinton To Hold Fundraiser At Home Of Qualcomm Co-Founder

July 27
By City News Service
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to hold a fundraiser for her campaign for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at the La Jolla home of Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs on Aug. 7.

City Council To Examine Role In Balboa Park Celebration Fiasco

July 27
By Steve Walsh
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The San Diego City Council on Tuesday will look at its role in the collapse of the 100th anniversary celebration of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition at Balboa Park.

Does San Diego County Owe You Money?

July 24
Evening Edition
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San Diego County is looking to return property tax over-payments and other funds to rightful owners.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Criticizes Iran Nuclear Deal At San Diego Meeting

July 23
By Associated Press
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Republican presidential hopefuls Scott Walker and Mike Huckabee spoke Thursday in San Diego to the American Legislative Exchange Council, whose conservative agenda has made it a target for Democrats, organized labor and liberals.

City Staff Recommends Removing East Village Public Restroom

July 23
By City News Service
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City staff recommends removing the so-called "Portland Loo" located at 14th and L streets. They said the restroom has required repairs at double the rate of the one at Park and Market.

San Diego Rep. Scott Peters’ GOP Foe Trails Badly In Early Fundraising

July 23
By Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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For the most recent fundraising period, Republican Jacquie Atkinson has raised less than 10 percent of the money that Democrat Scott Peters has in his bid for re-election next year.

Conservative ALEC Conference Opens In San Diego Amid Protests

July 22
By Steve Walsh
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The American Legislative Exchange Council opened its annual conference in San Diego, drew Republican presidential hopefuls and protests from several groups concerned about the conservative group's role in legislation.

Pot Legalization In California Presents Trade-Offs

July 22
By Associated Press
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A new 93-page report presents a range of choices and competing interests involved as advocates work to bring a recreational use initiative to voters next year.

San Diego Councilwoman Cole Says Being A Politician Not On Her 'Bucket List'

July 22
By Claire Trageser
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City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole has faced tough issues, including racial profiling by police and how to attract more businesses to her southeastern San Diego district.

Over-The-Counter Birth Control Pills Will Soon Be Available In California

July 22
Midday Edition
By Kenny Goldberg
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Beginning this fall, California women will no longer need a prescription to buy birth control pills or other hormonal contraceptives.