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It's Apparently Not Too Soon For 2016 Election Season In San Diego

March 2
By Claire Trageser
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It’s only been four months since the November 2014 election and the GOP is already targeting Democratic Rep. Scott Peters for defeat next year.

Congress Tries 1-Week Bill To Keep Homeland Security Open

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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Hours after conservatives joined with Democrats to vote down a three-week funding measure, 224-203, the Senate presented a one-week alternative to keep open the agency.

Administration Circulates Plans For Possible Homeland Security Shutdown

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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The Obama administration is circulating procedures for how the Department of Homeland Security will operate in the event of a midnight shutdown.

Roundtable On Cory Briggs, One Paseo, Women In Combat

Feb. 27
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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Prominent San Diego attorney Cory Briggs is involved in some real estate deals that some find questionable. The controversial One Paseo development in Carmel Valley sails through the San Diego City Council. The Marine Corps is exploring whether women can take on combat roles.

Lawsuit Could Change How Californians Pay For Water

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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A lawsuit filed against the city of San Juan Capistrano alleges that tiered water rates — which are used by two-thirds of California water providers, including the city of San Diego — violates state law.

Briggs Opposes San Diego City Attorney’s Move To Unseal Transcript

Feb. 26
By Brad Racino / inewsource and Brooke Williams / inewsource
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A Superior Court judge said he will rule next week on whether to lift a protective order so City Attorney Jan Goldsmith can fulfill an inewsource public records request for documents involving attorney Cory Briggs and his wife.

Document Links Cory Briggs' Wife To His San Diego Law Business

Feb. 26
By Brad Racino / inewsource
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New documents provided Wednesday to inewsource say the wife of a well-known environmental lawyer was vice president of his law firm at the same time she worked on projects for government agencies he was suing.

Toni Atkins Backs $75 Fee To Expand Affordable Housing

Feb. 25
By Associated Press
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The San Diego Democrat's plan would send cities hundreds of millions of dollars for development benefiting poor and middle-class Californians.

San Diego's General Fund To Increase By $14M

Feb. 25
By City News Service

A report on the budget will be delivered to the San Diego City Council's Budget Committee Wednesday.

Gonzalez Wants To Exempt Diapers From Sales Tax

Feb. 25
By Associated Press
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Some of California's most liberal and conservative lawmakers are joining forces to make diapers duty free.

San Diego To Consider Rules For Airbnb Hosts

Feb. 25
Midday Edition
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The city of San Diego recently sent 252 letters to Airbnb and other hosts telling them they owe taxes on the rooms they rent.

California Has Highest Child Poverty Rate In Nation

Feb. 25
By Kenny Goldberg
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A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds 27 percent of California children live in poverty.

California Taxpayers Billed $40,000 For Events

Feb. 24
By Associated Press
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Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins spent $15,000 from her budget to fly staff members to swearing-in events at the Capitol and in San Diego's Balboa Park.

Antonio Villaraigosa Won't Run For Senate

Feb. 24
By City News Service
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The former Los Angeles mayor, however, did not specifically say whether he still plans to run for governor, a post in which he has expressed interest in the past.

San Diego Trying To Fill Emergency Preparedness Gaps

Feb. 24
By Claire Trageser
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An audit released last summer found that many San Diego city departments had outdated or inaccurate information in their plans for what to do in case of an emergency. Now the city is working to update its plans.

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