Second Opinion: Will Obamacare Streamline Care for Disabled People?
Megan Burks | December 9, 2013 | Comments (0)
Jim Jones, Transparency and Community-Building
We consulted the VOSD community about what to do with a user who'd repeatedly crossed the line with his comments. What we learned from this exercise sort of confirmed what Voice of San Diego is all about.
Catherine Green | December 5, 2013 | Comments (37)
‘You’re Asking Students to Hate Who They Are’
Longtime SDSU education professor Alberto Ochoa says California schools often don't place enough value in students' cultural heritage: "When you ask a child to leave his or her background at the door, you humiliate the child."
Mario Koran | December 4, 2013 | Comments (20)
A Reader’s Guide to San Diego Hospital Districts
In order for district hospitals to survive, they need to align themselves with other health care providers. Once they do that, however, they give up a certain degree of control over the decisions made for folks in their communities.
Mario Koran | December 2, 2013 | Comments (0)
Second Opinion: Will Obamacare Help If My Company’s Plan Is Too Expensive?
Megan Burks | December 2, 2013 | Comments (0)
Living With ‘Food Insecurity’ in an Era of Abundance
Public health experts and operators of local food pantries are working to alleviate a reality in which many residents of low-income neighborhoods do not know when they will eat their next nutritious meal.