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Sunday, Nov 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: The Current and Future Status of Immigration

Politically Speaking: The Current and Future Status of Immigration

NBC 7's Nicole Gomez speaks with former U.S. Attorney Pete Nunez and immigration attorney Ginger Jacobs about the current and future status of immigration in the U.S.

Sunday, Nov 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: Immigration Policies in the Trump Administration

Politically Speaking: Immigration Policies in the Trump Administration

Nearly two weeks post election, people are still consumed with President Elect Donald Trump and how he will implement some of his campaign promises. "Build That Wall" became the unofficial chant of Trump's...

Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

Politically Speaking: Short Term Rentals in San Diego

Politically Speaking: Short Term Rentals in San Diego

Short term vacation rentals. To some, it brings to mind annoyance, disturbance - for others it's a chance to make a living or attractive comfortable accommodations for a nice get-away.

Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

Politically Speaking: Next Steps After Approving Recreational Marijuana

Politically Speaking: Next Steps After Approving Recreational Marijuana

California joined Nevada and Massachusetts in this election by approving recreational pot. But even though some states precede California in this area, the state is still learning what works and what doesn't.

Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

Politically Speaking: 2016 Election Wrap Up Pt. II

Politically Speaking: 2016 Election Wrap Up Pt. II

Local measures C and D both spoke to the future of the Chargers stadium. When all the votes were counted, both lost, sending a message that fans and voters really didn't like the proposals that were on...

Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

Politically Speaking: 2016 Election Wrap-Up

Politically Speaking: 2016 Election Wrap-Up

Local measures C and D both spoke to the future of the Chargers stadium. When all the votes were counted, both lost, sending a message that fans and voters really didn't like the proposals that were on...

Sunday, Nov 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Race for City Attorney, Pt. II

Politically Speaking: Race for City Attorney, Pt. II

In the race for City Attorney, Republican Robert Hickey, a deputy district attorney, is facing off against Democrat Mara Elliott, a chief deputy city attorney. The city attorney's office prosecutes misdemeanors,...

Sunday, Nov 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Race for City Attorney

Politically Speaking: Race for City Attorney

In the race for City Attorney, Republican Robert Hickey, a deputy district attorney, is facing off against Democrat Mara Elliott, a chief deputy city attorney. The city attorney's office prosecutes misdemeanors,...

Sunday, Nov 6, 2016

Politically Speaking: Race for 52nd District

Politically Speaking: Race for 52nd District

A heated race is on for the 52nd District in San Diego. This district includes Scripps Ranch, Poway, Coronado, Rancho Penasquitos, Carmel Valley, Mira Mesa, Tierrasanta, Sorrento Valley and La Jolla.

Sunday, Oct 23, 2016

Politically Speaking: Measure C, Pt. III

Politically Speaking: Measure C, Pt. III

The debate over where a joint convention center stadium facility would rise has become a major point of contention. Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis continues his conversation with a Chargers adviser and a local...

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