Written on Oct, 23, 2014 by in , | Leave a comment
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Use of the dog has raised questions about student rights, effective drug education. San Diego Unified’s new drug-detection dog has yet to find any trace of narcotics after having been deployed to at least 10 campuses in little over a month. But the growing presence of a police-accompanied canine in classrooms has raised questions about student rights, the policing of …

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Written on Oct, 21, 2014 by in , | Leave a comment
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Republican California congressional candidate Carl DeMaio appears to have made fun of a top campaign staffer for his Democratic opponent by circulating a photo of an overweight woman wearing only a bra and eating a chicken nugget. San Diego City Beat reported on Monday that DeMaio sent an email to two staffers, spokesman Dave McCulluch and and former policy director …

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Written on Oct, 10, 2014 by in ,
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“The era of government surveillance continues.” California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed The Drove Privacy Protection Act, a bipartisan bill aimed at creating stricter guidelines for the use of drones in law enforcement surveillance. Under the bill, which had passed the state’s Senate and Assembly, police would have needed a warrant to use drones except in emergency situations like a hostage …

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