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County supervisors change policy to limit disruptive conduct at meetings

Released Thursday, 11th November 2021
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After months of vitriol, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved rule changes that they say will make meetings more civil. Critics of the rules change say it limits the public’s right to free speech. Plus, on Veterans Day we bring you the story of the first Black female prisoner of war in the country’s history. Meanwhile, the USS Midway celebrates Veterans Day with special in-person activities after being sidelined last year because of the pandemic. Also, San Diego and Tijuana were recently announced as the 2024 World Design Capital, beating out Moscow. It’s the first time a binational region has won. And, the pandemic hit many small arts organizations especially hard, but one organization figured out how to survive and thrive. Finally, meet Tijuanauta, a Mexican artist who took the plunge and made art his full-time job after years of hiding in an office cubicle, in this excerpt of the latest episode of the Port of Entry podcast.
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