Kim takes a strong stand against measure that would raise height limits and density all over town
Two economists argue that rent control raises housing costs -- but that assumes we allow speculators to evict tenants
Supes committee, with two members missing, hears critical discussion on a measure that would upzone most of the city -- without providing the tools to prevent massive displacement
And an excellent guide to where the candidates for mayor stand on the major issues .... that's The Agenda for March 12-19.
Forget the polls: The candidate who makes ranked-choice-voting work will be the next mayor
... and making sure that the landlord who evict a 100-year-old never gets a condo-converison permit
Two have ties to real-estate industry; one, oddly, used to support Leno and is now funding an attack on him
Four public defenders take on the entire political and judicial establishment in an effort of bring reform to the courts
Plus: The state party (almost) rejects Feinstein -- and a City College newspaper scoop.
Sparks fly at the Potrero Hill Democratic Club, where candidates could ask each other questions