The Los Angeles Times has two interesting stories from its two San Diego-based reporters today. Tony Perry reports on a Coronado ceremony in which a family receives an unclaimed Medal of Honor its father had received for bravery at Pearl Harbor. It is part of an effort by state Controller John Chiang to return valuable, but unclaimed property and cash that falls to his office every year.

Richard Marosi has this story on the White House’s claim, made yesterday in San Diego, that its anti-drug policy is causing major disruptions “in trafficking routes from Colombia to the U.S.-Mexico border.”


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