Brad Racino & Jill Castellano | <em>inewsource</em>
This is the fifth of a five-part Follow The Money series by inewsource reporters Jill Castellano and Brad Racino, leading up to the Nov. 6 election. In this final installment, they look at Measure J, which would change the city of San Diego’s charter and require companies doing business with the city to disclose all the people associated with the transaction.
To listen, read or watch the fifth and final episode, go to inewsource.org.
The first four parts of this week’s series were on Proposition 6, which would repeal a state gas tax increase; the SoccerCity and SDSU West measures, which would redevelop the former Qualcomm Stadium site; Measure D, which would require elections for county offices to be decided in November; and Measure YY, the San Diego Unified School District’s $3.5 billion proposed bond measure.
Each of the Follow The Money stories are also available as inewsource podcasts on iTunes.
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