Sunday, June 26, 2016

California: San Diego putting changes to removal process on the ballot

San Diego is finally changing their removal law, three years after Mayor Bob Filner was kicked out of office.

The rules will allow the city council to put a removal vote against the mayor and city attorney on the ballot with a no confidence vote. They also allow removal for conviction and suspensions for being criminally charged.

The council is scheduled to debate debate this in July and put it on the November ballot.

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