Jun 14, 2019
<p>This week on the podcast, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby sat down with Voice of San Diego immigration reporter Maya Srikrishnan, who just returned from Honduras, where she spent time speaking with deportees and reporting on what's driving migration from Honduras to the United States.</p>
<p>The interview with Maya...
Jun 7, 2019
<p>The candidates for San Diego mayor had some interesting messages on schools and "managerial experience." And the current mayor of Encinitas explains her take on SANDAG's transit plan.</p>
<p>The interview with Encinitas mayor Katherine Blakespear starts at 29:30.</p>
<p>Other talking points: VCs IN A VAN. Ladybugs....
Jun 1, 2019
<p>The Washington Post's Wesley Lowery sat down with VOSD editor Sara Libby to talk about how Assemblywoman Shirley Weber's police shooting bill fits into a national context.</p>
May 31, 2019
<p>A bit of history is in the making. Police groups dropped their opposition to Assemblywoman Shirley Weber's bill that would change standards on police use of deadly force. The current standards were written in 1872.</p>
<p>That discussion starts at 11:45</p>
<p>Also on tap this week: vacation rentals, the Chula Vista...
May 24, 2019
<p>SB 50 is in a medically induced coma, but will it be any easier to pass the controversial measure in the 2020 election year?</p>
<p>Maya Rosas, president of the YIMBY Democrats of San Diego County, joined the podcast this week to talk about the bill, its uncertain future and what it means for San Diego.</p>