Sunday, Jun 26, 2016

Politically Speaking: Changes in Election Law

Politically Speaking: Changes in Election Law

A proposed city charter amendment would restore guaranteed runoff voting in city elections and no initiatives or referendums in June elections. If such a measure already had been in effect earlier, Mayor...

Monday, Jun 27, 2016

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Homelessness, Pt. II

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Homelessness, Pt. II

Homelessness is something many would rather sweep aside. NBC 7's Gene Cubbison resumes his talk with Michael Michael McConnell, a philanthropist and advocate who serves on multiple local and regional...

Monday, Jun 27, 2016

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Homelessness

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Homelessness

Homelessness is a situation all too many people would rather not see, or think about. The region's homeless can't just be a police problem, though. Not only is shelter in short supply, but San Diego needs money...

Friday, Jun 17, 2016

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Hunger

Politically Speaking: The Politics of Hunger

It's hard to imagine how so many children go without eating because they don't have access to food. Congresswoman Susan Davis stops by NBC 7's Politically Speaking with details of legislation to fill the summer...

Friday, Jun 17, 2016

Politically Speaking: Campaign Law Training, Pt. II

Politically Speaking: Campaign Law Training, Pt. II

Local campaign laws are too often observed "in the breach" -- and some of the most pointed recommendations for campaign laws come from the Ethics Commission. The discussion on NBC 7's Politically Speaking...

Friday, Jun 17, 2016

Politically Speaking: Campaign Law Training, Pt. I

Politically Speaking: Campaign Law Training, Pt. I

Local campaign laws are too often observed "in the breach" -- and some of the most pointed recommendations for campaign laws come from the Ethics Commission. County Grand Jury Foreperson Melinda Richards, whose...

Monday, Jun 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Emergency Dispatch Delays

Politically Speaking: Emergency Dispatch Delays

When you call 911, every single second counts. But all too many minutes have been going by, before responses from San Diego's emergency dispatch system. Police Capt. Jerry Hara, who oversees the dispatchers...

Monday, Jun 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Superior Court Judicial Race

Politically Speaking: Superior Court Judicial Race

A local race for a seat on the Superior Court bench in San Diego is heating up - a seat already occupied by an incumbent. One of only two judges is facing a challenge this election cycle.

Monday, Jun 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Golden State Primaries

Politically Speaking: Golden State Primaries

The road to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue it coming through California this Tuesday as voters in the Golden State cast their ballots. Professor Michael Steinman, who's leaving the University of San Diego to teach at...

Friday, May 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: Politics of Hunger

Politically Speaking: Politics of Hunger

Nicky Riordan, from Feeding America San Diego, Angela Kretschmar, Heaven's Window and Diane Wilkinson, the Hunger Advocacy Network discuss the politics of "food insecurity."

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