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San Diego Officials Meet With NFL Executives To Talk Stadium

June 23
By City News Service
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The meeting comes after the Chargers broke off negotiations last week on city plans for an expedited timeline to produce environmental reports.

San Diego Officials Meet With NFL Over Chargers Stadium

June 23
By City News Service
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San Diego city representatives are scheduled to meet with senior National Football League officials in New York City today to discuss an effort by the city and county to build a new stadium for the chargers in the San Diego area.

GOP Hopefuls Need More Than Money To Win San Diego County Supervisor’s Seat

June 23
By Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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For a Republican to beat Democratic Supervisor Dave Roberts next year, political analysts say the challenger will need name recognition, party support and a broadly popular message.

'We're Out Of Time' — So Says Chargers Stadium Spokesman

June 18
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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There is nothing left that the city of San Diego can do to solve the stadium issue before the NFL owners vote on whether to allow the Chargers to move to Los Angeles, team spokesman Mark Fabiani told KPBS Midday Edition on Thursday.

Federal Court Hears Arguments Over Concealed Weapons Policy

June 16
Midday Edition
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There is no evidence that crime goes up in places where concealed weapons permits are issued more freely, an attorney told a federal appeals court on Tuesday.

California Labor Commission Rules Uber Driver Is An Employee, Not A Contractor

June 17
Sam Sanders / NPR
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An Uber driver in San Francisco will be paid more than $4,000 in expenses.

San Diego County Home Prices Continue To Rise

June 17
By City News Service
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The median price of a San Diego County home was $459,000 last month, up from $445,000 in May 2014.

California Budget Deal Subsidizes Health Care For Kids In U.S. Illegally

June 17
By Associated Press
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A $115.4 billion budget deal between Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders would make California the first in the nation to offer state-subsidized health care to children who are in the country illegally.

Brown, Lawmakers Agree On $115.4B California Budget

June 16
By Associated Press
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The deal includes $265 million to fund 7,000 additional preschool slots and 6,800 child care slots and extends the state's health insurance program for the poor to children who are in the country illegally.

Court: California Developers Can Be Required To Include Affordable Housing

June 15
By Associated Press
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The decision keeps affordable housing requirements approved in more than 170 California cities intact, including San Francisco and cities in Silicon Valley, where housing prices are skyrocketing.

California Gov. Brown And Legislature At Odds Over Medi-Cal Spending

June 15
By Kenny Goldberg
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The California State Legislature’s new budget calls for increases in Medi-Cal spending that Gov. Jerry Brown isn’t happy with.

California Court Abolishes Traffic Fine Policy

June 12
By Associated Press
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Drivers will no longer have to pay a traffic fine before being able to contest it in court. A San Diego attorney said there was concern about procedural unfairness in the old system.

California Orders Large Water Cuts For Farmers

June 12
By Associated Press
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State water officials told more than a hundred senior rights holders in California's Sacramento, San Joaquin and delta watersheds to stop pumping from those waterways.

DeMaio Accuser Pleads Guilty Over Threatening Email

June 12
By City News Service
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Todd Bosnich suggested the threatening email came from congressional candidate Carl DeMaio when he wrote it himself.

Baja California Sees High Number Of Human Rights Complaints

June 12
By Jean Guerrero
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Complaints of torture, arbitrary detentions and other abuses at the hands of security forces have been higher in Baja California than elsewhere in Mexico.