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Iraq Progress Reports, Beach Booze Ban, SD Water Supply

This week, a commission of retired U.S. military officers released a report that says Iraq's army will be unable to take over internal security control of the country within the next year. Also, City

Iraq Progress Reports, Beach Booze Ban, SD Water Supply

This week, a commission of retired U.S. military officers released a report that says Iraq's army will be unable to take over internal security control of the country within the next year.  What can the U.S. do to better prepare the Iraqi Army?  And, how can we truly measure the U.S. military's progress in Iraq?

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Also, City Councilman Kevin Faulconer proposed a ban on alcohol at all San Diego beaches following a Labor Day brawl between drunk beachgoers and police. Will the City Council support an all-out booze ban for local beaches?

And, a federal judge recently ordered a massive cut in water supply deliveries from the Bay Delta in an effort to protect a threatened fish. How will the cutbacks affect San Diego's water supply?

Guests:

  • David Rolland, editor of San Diego CityBEAT .
  • Andrew Donohue, co-executive editor for voiceofsandiego.org.
  • Chris Reed, editorial writer and a blogger for the San Diego Union-Tribune