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Sunday, Apr 23, 2017

Politically Speaking: Proposed Soccer City in Mission Valley

Politically Speaking: Proposed Soccer City in Mission Valley

Soccer City: a re-purposing of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, With a new new MLS franchise, stadium, hotels, retail, office buildings and thousands of  living units.

Sunday, Apr 23, 2017

Politically Speaking: U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa

Politically Speaking: U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa

 U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-49th District), now in his 10th term in Washington, stops by NBC 7's Politically Speaking to discuss the Tijuana River Valley, the Middle East, North Korean and more. 

Sunday, Apr 16, 2017

Politically Speaking: U.S.-Mexico Relations Going Forward

Politically Speaking: U.S.-Mexico Relations Going Forward

Relations between the U.S. and Mexico may been strained lately. A large delegation from San Diego's regional chamber of commerce visited Mexico City recently. Two of the key members of the group join NBC...

Sunday, Apr 16, 2017

Politically Speaking: Fixing Our Freeways

Politically Speaking: Fixing Our Freeways

Assemblyman Todd Gloria, a former interim mayor of San Diego and 3rd District City Councilman, stops by NBC 7's Politically Speaking to discuss the governor's push for higher gas taxes and fees to bankroll...

Sunday, Apr 16, 2017

Politically Speaking: The Candidate for District Attorney

Politically Speaking: The Candidate for District Attorney

 The first and only candidate, so far, running for San Diego County District Attorney, Stephan Summer, stops by NBC 7's Politically Speaking.

Sunday, Apr 9, 2017

Politically Speaking: Mara Elliott, Pt. III

Politically Speaking: Mara Elliott, Pt. III

We may not have "a new sheriff in town", but for the first time in San Diego's history, the new city attorney is a woman. Mara Elliott, a former chief deputy city attorney, was handily elected...

Sunday, Apr 9, 2017

Politically Speaking: Mara Elliott, Pt. II

Politically Speaking: Mara Elliott, Pt. II

We may not have "a new sheriff in town", but for the first time in San Diego's history, the new city attorney is a woman. Mara Elliott, a former chief deputy city attorney, was handily elected...

Sunday, Apr 9, 2017

Politically Speaking: San Diego's Legal Eagle

Politically Speaking: San Diego's Legal Eagle

We may not have "a new sheriff in town", but for the first time in San Diego's history, the new city attorney is a woman. Mara Elliott, a former chief deputy city attorney, was handily elected...

Sunday, Apr 2, 2017

Politically Speaking: AB 1500, the Elders Act

Politically Speaking: AB 1500, the Elders Act

 Assemblyman Brian Maienschein, who represents the 77th District here in San Diego County, introduced AB 1500, titled the Elders Act. That's an acronym for "Elders Living with Dignity, Emphathy...

Sunday, Apr 2, 2017

Politically Speaking: Handling Homelessness, Part II

Politically Speaking: Handling Homelessness, Part II

 The region's homelessness crisis has been evolving over the decades from an out-of-sight, out-of-mind problem that's now right in our faces. Can it really be solved, though? Tom Theisen, an attorney...

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