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Truth in Advertising Act gains momentum, then stalls

Lindsy Mobley [follow id=”lindsy_mobley”] Most advertisements, if not all, are Photoshopped. The advertisements that discretely land in our peripheral vision with our every turn are usually undeniably airbrushed. And yet, even knowing this, we all idolize, idealize and fantasize about the people we see in media. And it’s unlikely this will be changing any time […]

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Mayoral election fails to draw students

James Corbett With Election Day just more than a month away, the presidential and congressional races have been thrust into the spotlight. The local San Luis Obispo mayoral race hasn’t garnered as much attention, however. Who’s in the race? This year’s race is between incumbent San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx, and political newcomers […]

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Capps visits Cal Poly

Congresswoman Lois Capps met with Mustang Daily staff and reporters Tuesday morning to discuss topics such as education costs and bipartisan cooperation. Capps is the representative for California’s 23rd district, which includes cities from Ventura to San Luis Obispo. Although the district lines will be redrawn for this year’s elections due to claims that the boundary […]