These were the most-read stories for the week of May 6-12.

1. The Twisted Logic Behind the Twerking Suspensions 

Twerking might not be your thing, but it’s not harassment.

2. ‘I Told You I’d Be Back’ 

Leo Wilson orchestrates a backdoor return to his role as head of the Uptown Planners.

3. Departure Clears the Way for Filner’s Planning Vision 

Kelly Broughton announced he was leaving Development Services, a department the mayor wants to drastically overhaul.

4. How a Statewide Homeless ‘Bill of Rights’ Might Trip Up SD 

In a “Bill of Rights” moving through the legislature, homeless people could have freedom to sleep, eat and panhandle in public.

5. Where the Mayor Found Cash 

Mayor Bob Filner’s new budget additions required cuts and some creative budget maneuvers.

6. Filner’s Motto: May the Task Force Be With You 

Mayor Bob Filner is a fan of initiatives and he proposed his biggest one yet at a Tuesday budget meeting.

7. Fletcher Goes Dem; So Much for Independence and More Reactions 

When Nathan Fletcher left the GOP, he said he hadn’t changed. Today, he admitted he had.

8. Last-Minute Deal Revives Future-of-City Hall Debate 

With just 25 days to go, Mayor Bob Filner has a tentative deal for a new space for some of the city’s water and utility workers.

9. City’s Recall Provision Likely Unconstitutional 

The city is vulnerable to what one lawyer called a “slam dunk” legal challenge.

10. A Ballroom Stuck in Limbo 

The Silverado Ballroom is stuck as San Diego sniffs out redevelopment scraps.

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