Mar 30, 2018
It was an unusually newsy week for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, whose work often goes under the radar.
In this week’s podcast, Sara Libby and Scott Lewis dive into the various ways in which the board made headlines.
VOSD’s Maya Srikrishnan broke the news this week that the board is considering...
Mar 28, 2018
An Encinitas-based company that connects marijuana companies with workers got media attention recently when it posted an advertisement for a “420 product tester.” The stories practically wrote themselves, revolving around the same theme: Get paid to smoke pot.
But the legal industry is much bigger than that....
Mar 24, 2018
The number of prescription drug and other opioid-related deaths in San Diego County are on the rise.
Human trafficking has long been a problem in San Diego.
Those are two of the big issues that have the attention of the district attorney’s office.
In this week’s podcast, District Attorney Summer Stephan sat down for...
Mar 16, 2018
Talk about an epic clash of worldviews.
When President Donald Trump came to San Diego to kick the tires of the border wall prototypes, he used the opportunity to trash California.
"The place is totally out of control," he said. "You have sanctuary cities, where you have criminals living in the sanctuary cities."
Mar 14, 2018
They work in an all-cash business and get taxed multiple times on the same dollar. Most are forced into the parts of town where the adult-entertainment shops go. The products on their shelves remain illegal under federal law.
Given the incredible risk and cost, why would anyone operate a marijuana dispensary in San...