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Tease photo for California Voters To Decide In November Whether To Legalize Recreational Pot

California Voters To Decide In November Whether To Legalize Recreational Pot

June 28
By Associated Press

Secretary of State Alex Padilla said Tuesday that initiative proponents turned in more than enough signatures to place the question on the November ballot.

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Developer Doug Manchester To Co-Host Trump Fundraiser In Rancho Santa Fe

June 28
By City News Service

A fundraiser for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is set for July 13 and will cost attendees $28,000 to $449,400 per person, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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City Council Hearing On Bond Measure For Fire Stations Postponed

June 28
By City News Service

A proposed ballot measure to ask voters for approval to raise $205 million in bond funds for fire station construction in San Diego that was to be heard by the City Council Tuesday was postponed.

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Salton Sea Restoration Gets $80.5 Million In State Budget

June 28
By Brooke Ruth

It's the most the state has ever given to California's largest and most troubled lake, but the amount is far short of the more than a billion dollars needed to restore and manage the Salton Sea.

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Sen. Barbara Boxer On Gun Laws, San Onofre Investigation

June 27
By Amita Sharma

The retiring U.S. senator spoke to KPBS News about her colleagues' efforts to push for stricter gun laws, her call for a criminal investigation into the San Onofre nuclear power plant and her plans after a 24-year Senate career.

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Universities, Programs For The Poor Get Small Boost In California Budget

June 27
By Associated Press

Gov. Jerry Brown signed the $122.5 billion state budget on Monday that uses a slice of California's revenue surplus to help the poor and universities but keeps other new ongoing spending commitments to a minimum.

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Brown, Lawmakers Announce Plan To Reform Utility Regulator

June 27
By Midday Edition

Gov. Jerry Brown has reached a deal with lawmakers on proposed legislation to improve transparency and make other reforms at the embattled California Public Utilities Commission.

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A Look At Monday's Supreme Court Decisions And What's Next

June 27
By Midday Edition

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday released its final three decisions before summer recess, ruling on abortion regulations in Texas, the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and gun ownership restrictions for domestic abusers.

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Libertarian Nominee Gary Johnson Greeted By Small Crowd, Big Cheers At Politicon

June 27
By Mary Plummer

Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party nominee running for president, spoke at Politicon in Pasadena this weekend.

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SANDAG Tax Measure Commits To Early 'Priority' Projects

June 24
By Andrew Bowen

The county's transportation planning agency made some last-minute changes to a November ballot measure that would raise the sales tax by a half cent. The latest version commits to early funding for priority projects, including a new trolley line.

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San Diego Brits, Officials React To Brexit Vote

June 24
By KPBS News, City News Service

As British expatriates in San Diego express dismay and support for the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union, local port officials say they're "committed to keeping trade with Europe viable."

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Ex-San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio Joins Stadium Debate

June 23
By Midday Edition
By Evening Edition

Republican Carl DeMaio, now a talk radio show host, has joined developers and contractors to pitch a plan to build a billion-dollar Chargers stadium that he says will require no tax increases or taxpayer subsidies.

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Sen. Barbara Boxer On Staying Tough In Washington

June 23
By Midday Edition

The Democratic senator who's become a California political institution is retiring, and among the things she's leaving to posterity is her own advice on how to get important things done.

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Councilman Todd Gloria Discusses San Diego's Minimum Wage Hike

June 22
By Midday Edition

San Diego City Councilman Todd Gloria, who led the effort to raise the minimum wage, talks about how the city plans to make sure employers comply with the wage increase.

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San Diego Boosts Affordable Housing Incentives

June 21
By Andrew Bowen

The City Council voted unanimously to increase the affordable housing density bonus and to reduce parking requirements for development near public transit.

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