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Roundtable: Outrage Over Border Immigration Policy

Migrant children walk off a bus at the Catholic Charities' Msgr. Bryan Walsh ...

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Above: Migrant children walk off a bus at the Catholic Charities' Msgr. Bryan Walsh Children's Village in Cutler Bay, Fla., June 21, 2018.

Roundtable: Outrage Over Border Immigration Policy

PANEL:

Sandra Dibble, border reporter, San Diego Union-Tribune

David Garrick, city hall reporter, San Diego Union-Tribune

Jean Guerrero, investigative reporter, KPBS News

Lori Weisberg, tourism and hospitality reporter, San Diego Union-Tribune

Transcript

North And South Of The Border

Outrage continued this week, over the separation and incarceration of immigrant families. Now the federal government is asking for more time to get families back together. In addition, an important ruling came down on California's so-called sanctuary laws. Meanwhile Mexico has elected a new president.

RELATED: Border Patrol Chief In San Diego Discusses Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy

Addressing San Diego's Housing Crisis

To find out where you're going, you must know where you are. That's why city leaders are happy to have San Diego's first comprehensive analysis of housing inventory. The conclusions, however, are not so sunny and point to a long-simmering problem with no easy solutions.

Comic-Con Is Coming

You see them trickling into town, little by little. Maybe a few stray superheroes on Monday. By Thursday, downtown streets are a riot of colorful costumes, movie studio installations, even the hotels get dressed up. More than 130,000 people are expected to descend on San Diego in less than two weeks for this year's Comic-Con. San Diego has made some changes to its convention prep this year. Plus, the latest on the effort to expand its venue, the San Diego Convention Center.

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