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Encinitas Mayor Announces Run For Supervisor Dave Roberts' Seat

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar announced Monday that she will run for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors seat held by Dave Roberts.

Study: Contiguous Convention Center Expansion Would Provide Biggest Return On Investment

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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City and tourism officials commissioned the report to get a handle on market conditions after previous plans for an expansion of the meeting facility were stalled by a court ruling that found the funding mechanism to be unconstitutional.

Controversial Health Bills Face Final Votes In California Legislature

Aug. 28
By Kenny Goldberg
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Two controversial health bills will face their final votes in the California legislature in the next two weeks.

New Fault Line Park Opens In San Diego's East Village Friday

Aug. 28
By Claire Trageser
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Fault Line Park will have a playground, public art and two restrooms. It's part of a mixed-use development built by the redevelopment agency Civic San Diego.

Balboa Park Pool Closed Months Longer Than Expected

Aug. 28
Evening Edition
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The Bud Kearns Pool in Balboa Park was originally supposed to be closed from February until the end of April for repairs. Four months later, it’s still closed.

Demonstrators Urge San Diego Congressional Reps To Vote Yes On Iran Nuclear Deal

Aug. 26
By Matthew Bowler
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A group of 20 demonstrators protested Wednesday outside of Rep. Susan Davis’s local office in favor of the proposed Iran nuclear deal.

Poll: Californians Increasingly Back Medi-Cal For Immigrants

Aug. 26
By Associated Press
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The Field Poll found 58 percent of registered California voters support extending Medi-Cal services to immigrants not currently eligible for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, while 39 percent are opposed.

California Lawmakers Consider Raising Smoking Age To 21

Aug. 24
By Kenny Goldberg
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A bill that would require Californians to be at least 21 years old to buy cigarettes has been introduced in the Legislature’s special session.

Outside Groups Seen As Crucial For Anderson In San Diego County Supervisor Race

Aug. 20
By Joe Yerardi / inewsource
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State Sen. Joel Anderson's ability to dislodge county Supervisor Dianne Jacob may depend on large donors financing an independent committee that doesn’t have to follow local campaign contribution limits.

Media Ask Court To Release Video Of Deadly San Diego Police Shooting

Aug. 19
Chris Young / inewsource
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San Diego media outlets are challenging a federal court order prohibiting the release of security camera footage that shows the April shooting of an unarmed, mentally ill man at the hands of a police officer.

Civic San Diego To Fund Projects That Benefit Low-Income Community

Aug. 19
By City News Service

To qualify, a project must be located in, or directly benefit, a low-income community by creating quality jobs, or providing goods or services to low-income people, according to the agency.

California's Uninsured Rate Falls To New Low

Aug. 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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A new fact sheet from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research shows 13.6 percent of Californians were uninsured in 2014.

California Lawmakers Renew Push To Pass Right-To-Die Bill

Aug. 18
By Associated Press
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The bill allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs was renewed by legislators in a special session on health care convened by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Brown OKs Bill Protecting California Grocery Workers

Aug. 18
By Associated Press
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The bill mandates a worker-retention period when grocery stores with at least 15,000 square feet change owners. After the transition, the new employer must provide a written performance evaluation and consider employing each worker.

San Diego Approves Changes For Car Share Service

Aug. 17
By Steve Walsh
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Working under a pilot program since 2011, the City Council approved changes to the municipal code designed to help the electric car sharing company car2go to operate in San Diego.

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