DeMaio Unveils “Managed Competition Clock”

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San Diego City Councilmember Carl DeMaio today took a page from the National Debt Clock movement as he launched the San Diego “Managed Competition Clock.”
 
The Managed Competition Clock has been posted online at a number of websites, including http://reformsandiego.com/money-clock/
 
The Managed Competition Clock shows city taxpayers how long the unions have blocked implementation of Managed Competition – and how much in potential cost savings have been lost.
 
“The city faces a massive budget crisis and could save millions each year through Managed Competition – a reform specifically authorized by San Diego voters more than three and a half years ago,” commented DeMaio. “The Managed Competition Clock will show San Diegans how much potential taxpayer savings have been lost due to the stall tactics and lawsuits filed by the labor unions.”
 
At the very same moment as DeMaio released the “Managed Competition Clock” publicly, the City of San Diego was forced into an administrative law courtroom in Los Angeles over the municipal labor unions’ three-and-a-half year campaign to thwart any implementation of voter-mandated Managed Competition reforms in the City of San Diego. 
 
DeMaio is encouraging all San Diegans to post the clock to their social media pages and websites.

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