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Opponents Of Wage Hike Say Enough Signatures Gathered To Force Vote

Sept. 16
By Claire Trageser
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A group of businesses opposed to San Diego's minimum wage hike said Tuesday enough signatures have been collected to force the increase to a vote of the people.

Vigil To Be Held Tuesday For San Diego Catholic Diocese Bishop

Sept. 16
By City News Service
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Mourners have the chance to pay their respects to the late Cirilo Flores, bishop of the Catholic diocese of San Diego. His funeral will be Wednesday.

City Attorney Exploring City Council's Possible Violation Of Brown Act

Sept. 15
By City News Service
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City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said issues brought up in a lawsuit filed last week are worth investigating regarding the San Diego City Council's possible violation of state open meeting laws.

Reese Jarrett Unanimously Confirmed As Civic San Diego President

Sept. 15
By City News Service
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The San Diego City Council unanimously confirmed Reese Jarrett as president of Civic San Diego, which handles major development projects for the city.

Several Domestic Violence Bills Awaiting Governor Brown's Signature

Sept. 15
Capital Public Radio
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More than 20 domestic violence-related bills are on Governor Jerry Brown's desk. But several important measures have already gone into effect.

Petition Drive To Put Minimum Wage Hike On Ballot Nears Deadline

Sept. 11
By Claire Trageser
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There are six days left for opponents of San Diego's minimum wage increase to gather signatures to force the issue onto the ballot.

City Council To Consider Spending $250K To Defend Former SDPD Officer

Sept. 10
By City News Service
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The City Attorney's Office is asking for as much as $250,000 to retain outside counsel to defend former San Diego police Officer Christopher Hays against any lawsuits filed by women who contend he groped and illegally detained them.

Gov. Brown Signs Bill Providing 3 Sick Days To California Workers

Sept. 10
By City News Service
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The bill was authored by San Diego Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. California is the second state in the nation to have such a requirement.

Prop H: Escondido Golf Course Dispute To Be Decided By Voters

Sept. 10
Midday Edition
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Escondido voters will decide the fate of the Escondido Country Club property when they head to the polls in November.

Peters Vs. DeMaio: Where Things Stand In The Money Race

Sept. 10
Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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Pundits predicted the San Diego County congressional race between Democratic Rep. Scott Peters and Republican Carl DeMaio would be expensive. They were right. Both candidates are over the $2 million mark.

San Diego Congressional Reps Weigh In On ISIS Threat

Sept. 9
By Susan Murphy
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San Diego's five congressional representatives weighed in on the threat posed by the Islamic State militants known as ISIS.

Schwarzenegger Praises California Climate Change Record

Sept. 9
Capital Public Radio
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At a symposium Monday former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger touted AB 32, California’s landmark law to reduce greenhouse gases. He also praised voters for defeating Proposition 23, the effort to undue that law.

Strong Chargers Season Could Give Stadium Proposal A Boost

Sept. 8
Jay Paris
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The Chargers play the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night, starting a year where results on the field could help the team off it.

San Diego Legislator Ben Hueso Formally Charged With DUI

Sept. 8
Associated Press
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Hueso faces two misdemeanor charges: driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher.

Lopsided Battle Over Proposition 45

Sept. 8
By Kenny Goldberg
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The fight over Proposition 45, a ballot initiative that would give the state authority to regulate health insurance rates, is shaping up to be a one-sided affair.