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Good morning from Point Loma.

  • Schoobrary news came in Friday, with the mayor saying its new price tag is just under what it was in 2005. Library boosters cheered the effort as essential to the construction effort, but no more details about the project have emerged. The U-T editorial board applauded the number as well.
  • Our weekend Q&A featured Alex Kreit, the head of the city of San Diego’s medical marijuana task force. He argues that regulation is the only way the city can navigate the state and federal marijuana laws effectively.
  • The Democratic state senate primary between Mary Salas and Juan Vargas turned ugly Friday when a press conference devolved into a “brief scuffle” between the rival campaigns, the U-T reported.
  • The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear an appeal to a court decision that said the Boy Scouts could not lease city of San Diego-owned parkland.
  • Local Republican U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter felt Fact Check fury over immigration on Friday.


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