Stronger policies and new spending limits are in place, but SANDAG has yet to decide whether any disciplinary action is needed for the improper spending.
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Following inewsource’s investigation into Veterans Village of San Diego, state and federal lawmakers say they are working to address concerns about conditions at the nonprofit’s rehab center.
The U.S. sends millions to Mexico for asylum-seekers and other migrants awaiting entry into the country. But shelters say it’s far from enough.
Developers said they were safe. San Diego-area officials listened. Courts have blocked several housing projects over failures to analyze the wildfire risks.
A Veterans Village employee was fired after sharing her concerns about drug use and unsafe conditions at the nonprofit’s renowned rehab center in San Diego.
This is the result of Mayor Todd Gloria’s latest push for “progressive enforcement,” which penalizes homeless people for not accepting shelter.
The regional planning agency’s audit committee unanimously approved new rules that would crack down on the agency’s credit card spending.
SANDAG’s CEO, and one of its biggest spenders, would be allowed to keep agency credit card despite ‘clear abuse’
Just one employee would be allowed to use a SANDAG card for meals: CEO Hasan Ikhrata, one of the agency’s most frequent spenders.
A surge in COVID cases hitting San Diego County has public health experts worried that a rise in hospitalizations and deaths could be on the way.
How police handle location data has become a point of contention for activists fighting for a number of causes, as many states across the country debate laws that criminalize women seeking abortion or parents obtaining gender-affirming care for their children.
San Diego County is expanding water safety training, especially in communities of color. Officials hope to help reduce accidental drownings.
More than 5,000 people in San Diego and Imperial counties are now monitored through the ICE surveillance program, reflecting a national trend.
Even under pandemic rules, California expects people in long-term care to pay for their Medicaid benefits
Some Medi-Cal members in long-term healthcare are being charged their entire monthly income — except for $35.