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Water Rationing, Airport Overhaul, Obama’s Economic Plan

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San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders is calling on city residents to cut their outdoor water use by 45 percent, and their indoor use by 5 percent starting this summer. How does the city plan to enforce its call to conserve water? What are other local cities asking their residents to do to conserve water?

Plus, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority voted in favor of a plan to overhaul Lindbergh Field. What other agencies need to weigh in on the airport redevelopment plan? What are the arguments for and against doing this $11.2 billion airport overhaul in the next couple years?

And, President Barack Obama held a prime-time press conference earlier this week to discuss "signs of progress" in turning around the economy, and to encourage patience while the nation works through its current economic problems. What are these "signs of progress" that the president referred to?

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