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San Diego will appeal costly pension ruling to U.S. Supreme Court, citing former mayor’s free-speech rights

San Diego will make one last legal attempt to keep the city’s six-year-old pension cutbacks in place by filing an appeal with the U.S. Supreme ... to throw one more Hail Mary to the United States ... read more

San Diego to appeal costly pension ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

The City Council voted 8-1 in a session closed to the public this week to file the federal appeal, which could overturn a state Supreme Court ruling in August that the pension cuts were not legally ... read more

State Supreme Court Rules Against San Diego Pension Reform

The state Supreme Court Thursday ruled that a San Diego citizens' initiative that cut back city employee pensions was illegally placed on the ballot, and ordered an appeal court ... related to lost ... read more

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Morning Report: Supreme Court Uninterested in San Diego’s Pension Mess

The U.S. Supreme Court made it known Monday that it would not consider the city of San Diego’s appeal that it review the California Supreme Court’s decision that a 2012 ... “The high cost of parking ... read more


Prop B before California Supreme Court

It Prop B is ruled illegal, it could cost ... San Diego’s perspective, pension reform is incredibly important, supported by a majority of San Diego. It’s helped our city get back on track financially, ... read more

State Labor Agency Orders City to Bring Back Defined Pensions for Employees

A state labor agency has ordered the City of San Diego to bring back defined pensions for employees ... people to enact pension reform.” City labor leaders predicted otherwise – pointing out that the ... read more

Court Orders Back Payments To City Workers In Prop B Case

It is also unclear how much the ruling's implementation will cost ... appellate court's decision to uphold the will of San Diego voters by leaving the city's landmark pension reform in place." The ... read more

Roadblocks Await Supreme Court Nominees

A similar case played out this month in the Supreme Court, which overturned a ruling by another possible court nominee, Judge Kim Wardlaw of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ... ... read more

NEWSOM heralds immigration effort in San Diego — PELOSI and TRUMP clash over wall — HARRIS maneuvers on healthcare — KDL’s next gig

by McClatchy’s Kate Irby: “[I]n data obtained by McClatchy, numbers show at least one of those laws likely had no effect on those outcomes in six of the seven races, but Moter Voter might have cost ... read more

Politics Report: Bring Pensions Back, Mayoral Rivals All Aboard

“In the past, San Diego city leaders made fiscally irresponsible decisions, such as mismanaging the city’s pension ... Supreme Court later ruled that Proposition B was illegally pushed onto the ballot ... read more

Should California’s next governor scrap high-speed rail?

The title and summary were so inaccurate that they were deemed a violation of the Political Reform Act in a published Court of Appeal decision ... high speed rail system in the United States. The ... read more

Construction starting on Manchester’s $1.5B Navy complex project

“We have worked through extensive review from six public agencies including the City of San Diego, San Diego County, United States Navy ... occurred in late 2016 when the U.S. Supreme Court declined ... read more



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