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House Republicans Pull Health Care Bill

House Republicans Pull Health Care Bill

March 24
By Associated Press

Republican leaders have abruptly pulled their troubled health care overhaul bill off the House floor, short of votes and eager to avoid a humiliating defeat for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders.

Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

March 23
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego may have a central role in the construction of the new U.S.-Mexico border wall as local companies rush to bid.

UC President To Send 'Strong' Message On Mexico Trip

UC President To Send 'Strong' Message On Mexico Trip

March 23
By Associated Press

University of California President Janet Napolitano is crossing the border next week to send a "strong and loud" message to Mexico — which she clearly hopes will resonate in Washington — that America should not isolate its neighbor.

Congressman Hunter Under Criminal Investigation Over Campaign Spend...

Congressman Hunter Under Criminal Investigation Over Campaign Spending

March 23
By Christopher Underwood

The U.S. Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation of Rep. Duncan Hunter for alleged campaign finance violations.

Obamacare Repeal Vote Put Off In Stinging Setback For Trump

Obamacare Repeal Vote Put Off In Stinging Setback For Trump

March 23
By Associated Press

After seven years of fervent promises to repeal and replace "Obamacare," President Donald Trump and GOP congressional leaders buckled at a moment of truth Thursday, putting off a planned showdown vote in a stinging setback for the young administration.

San Diego Women See Hope In President Trump's Vision Of America

San Diego Women See Hope In President Trump's Vision Of America

March 23
By Susan Murphy

Two months ago, an estimated 40,000 women marched in protest through downtown San Diego as President Trump took office. But it was women who helped lead Trump to victory, including some in San Diego who say their support for the president remains steadfast.

California Says GOP Health Bill Would Cost State Billions

California Says GOP Health Bill Would Cost State Billions

March 22
By Associated Press

The Republican health overhaul bill in Congress would cut federal payments for low-income health coverage in California by an estimated $6 billion in 2020 and more than $24 billion in a decade, Gov. Jerry Brown's administration said Wednesday.

Hip Hop Artist Encourages San Diego College Students To Get Involved

Hip Hop Artist Encourages San Diego College Students To Get Involved

March 22
By Claire Trageser

Pittsburgh-based artist Jasiri X is known for his songs about political issues, including "What if the Tea Party was Black?" and "Trayvon."

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

March 22
By Alison St John

Proposed budget changes from President Trump's administration may hurt access to affordable housing for people with the lowest incomes, the disabled and seniors, but could help more middle-income working families.

California State University Board Votes To Raise Tuition

California State University Board Votes To Raise Tuition

March 22
By Associated Press

California State University's governing board voted Wednesday to approve the first tuition increase in six years at its 23 campuses.

Two New Bills Would Require Tighter Gun Security, Record Keeping

Two New Bills Would Require Tighter Gun Security, Record Keeping

March 22
Ja'Nel Johnson / Capital Public Radio

Two proposed gun safety bills would affect law enforcement and gun dealers.

Manafort Had Plan To Benefit Putin Government

Manafort Had Plan To Benefit Putin Government

March 22
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago.

Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing On Gorsuch Nomination - Day 3

Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing On Gorsuch Nomination - Day 3

March 22
By Associated Press

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch enters the third day of his confirmation hearing — and his final day of testimony — largely unscathed by Democratic attacks.

History Of San Diego's Black Panther Party Marked By Social Work An...

History Of San Diego's Black Panther Party Marked By Social Work And Police Clashes

March 22
By Amita Sharma

While San Diego State University was the birthplace of the local Black Panther Party 50 years ago, the group was conceived several miles south where most of the city’s African-Americans lived.

Plan To Impose Term Limits For San Diego Unified Board Members Move...

Plan To Impose Term Limits For San Diego Unified Board Members Moves Forward

March 21
By City News Service

A proposal to bring the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education elections process into alignment with city procedures is scheduled to go before the City Council Tuesday.

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