How San Diego County Shortchanged Domestic Violence Survivors
Last year, a state audit found San Diego County agencies collected only 12 percent of domestic violence fund payments. Even with auditors' recommendations implemented, it's hard to tell how much collections have improved.
Joel Hoffmann | October 16, 2013 | Comments (2)
39 San Diego Schools Sit in the Traffic Pollution Danger Zone
A 2003 state law aims to protect school children from harmful traffic pollution. More than three-dozen San Diego County schools sit within the danger zone near major roadways – but they're all exempt from the law.
Joel Hoffmann | October 10, 2013 | Comments (8)
How the Recall Filner Effort Landed a Women Vets Group in the Hot Seat
Joel Hoffmann | September 13, 2013 | Comments (4)
Women Vets Group Has a Peculiar Recurring Role in the Filner Saga
Joel Hoffmann | August 9, 2013 | Comments (3)
Justice for Sale, Part Three: The War on Consumer Class Actions
Will Carless | May 28, 2013 | Comments (13)
Justice for Sale, Part One: Arbitration Purgatory
Jon Perz's six-year journey through arbitration has made him the poster child for the campaign against an alternative method of resolving legal disputes that is becoming inescapable for consumers, and that even some industry insiders say is biased in favor of corporations.
Will Carless | May 20, 2013 | Comments (24)
Gloria Might Have Played Key Role in Move That Cost the City $500K
Andrew Keatts | April 16, 2013 | Comments (16)
Fed Agency Ramps Up Oversight of Bond Underwriters
The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board will require firms who buy and sell bonds to reveal their donations to public bond campaigns, and will examine that data to see if taxpayers are getting shoddy deals as a result.