SB 901: A Fair Compromise Protecting State and Ratepayers

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by Lawrence Stirling As conflagrations continue to ravage our state, and after much debate in the capital, now is the final chance for lawmakers in Sacramento to approve Senate Bill 901 (SB 901) — a package of much-needed wildfire prevention and financing reforms. The bill is compromise legislation which includes some important safeguards for California’s ratepayers and our business community. …

San Diego Young Republicans win national recognition

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A Message from the President Congratulations SDYR! I recently received word from one of our friends in the Young Republican National Federation that SDYR has won the award of ‘Small Chapter of the Year’ for 2015! This is an unprecedented level of recognition from the national level! It has truly been an honor to watch SDYR grow and flourish into …

Because, ya know, all those Dems opposed to the Chargers’ downtown stadium plan are part of the conservative coalition

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San Diego Rostra Editorial Yesterday, Voice of San Diego Editor in Chief Scott Lewis wrote of “conservative” plans to kill the San Diego Chargers’ proposal for a downtown stadium… If you were wondering whether the city’s coalition of conservative business groups was open to supporting the Chargers’ plan for a new convadium in East Village, wonder no longer: It looks …

San Diego’s “Influentials” for 2014

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It’s a tough task to put together an adequate, objective or even fair list of those throughout the region having the most influence in the last year. Influence on what, exactly, and in what way? Heck, it’s even difficult to get people to agree on the definition of “influence.” Kudos to the others that have created such year-end rankings. You …