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International Boundary and Water Commission
Congress approved two key pieces of legislation that will make money available to deal with the region’s long running cross border pollution issue.
  • Some parents and school faculty voice concerns about the progress of transitional kindergarten in San Diego. In other news, we have details on a long-running legal fight over how much money San Diegans with housing vouchers can get. Plus, efforts to get more people to become child psychiatrists appear to be paying off.
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