Jan 27, 2018
Something's up with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer.
He kicked the year off with a tenacious State of the City speech where he acknowledged the city's shortcomings on homelessness. A week after, he showed up at the Metropolitan Transit System’s board meeting to support Democratic City Councilwoman Georgette...
Jan 21, 2018
Something's going on with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer. He had that whole "different approach" in his big State of the City Speech last week.
And Friday, he visited the Voice of San Diego podcast studio to record a special interview. Here it is.
In his words, this is what's happening:
"Look consensus is important,...
Jan 19, 2018
When Mayor Kevin Faulconer gave his State of the City speech last week, he acknowledged some hard truths.
On homelessness, he confessed he and past leaders let the problem fester far too long.
"We pursued universal consensus while homelessness continued to rise," he said. "We tried to please everyone at the risk of...
Jan 12, 2018
Congressman Darrell Issa’s sudden announcement Wednesday that he would not be seeking reelection was a doozy.
It sent Republicans scrambling to propose possible stronger GOP candidates for the 49th District, largely viewed as the most vulnerable Republican seat in the country.
In this week's Voice of San Diego...
Jan 6, 2018
A cannabis-driven cultural shift is upon us, folks, and in this week's podcast, hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts sort out its significance.
The two talk about taxes on pot, the City Council's regulation and permitting of the budding industry so far and ponder what California's new law means for medical marijuana, the...