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In the latest edition of VOSD Radio, Scott Lewis and Will Carless recap:

• why Mayor Bob Filner initially refused to hand over tourism-promotion cash (but eventually did);

• how the mayor may have found a solution to address the smell at La Jolla Cove but overstated the impact of a five-month-old seal cam;

• a big advantage former City Councilman/mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio could have in an open primary in his congressional bid; and

the Number of the Week: 76. That’s how many possible class action cases a 2012 report found were rejected by judges across the country after a 2011 U.S. Supreme Court ruling upheld a federal arbitration law.

Plus, find out why VOSD Radio named Mayor Bob Filner and the City Council as the Heroes of the Week and San Diego Unified trustee/new Labor Council chief Richard Barrera as the Goat of the Week. Listen here.

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