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San Diego is eager to see an overhaul to the federal formula that doles out money to cities to combat homelessness – the current setup gives more money to cities that have smaller homeless populations than San Diego.
The House of Representatives on Friday overwhelmingly approved a compromise spending package designed to expand the size of the military, increase pay for troops and aid California National Guardsmen who have been battling government efforts to recoup signing bonuses awarded during the height of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
A bill that will rename a post office in honor of slain San Diego Police Officer Jonathan De Guzman has passed the House and is headed to the Senate for further consideration.
Six local elected officials representing offices from Congress to City Council gathered at a recently renovated trolley station Wednesday to rally support for the Measure A road and transit improvements.
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WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, released a statement Thursday after voting against H.R. 5351, the Guantanamo Detainee Transfer Prohibition Act, which would block the use of U.S. funds to transfer any individual detained at the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, either to the United States or any foreign country, prior to Jan.
After a year of lobbying by Point Loma residents, the Federal Aviation Administration is attempting to keep noisy air traffic away from the peninsula’s neighborhoods and landmarks by adjusting a proposed departure route for eastbound flights out of San Diego International Airport.