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If the Democratic Party won’t bend, it’s going to break

It was exhausting marathon weekend at the #CADEM convention with the SF Reform Democrats crew. It was a politically and emotionally charged experience, and...

Trump’s lawyer backs down on massive federal cuts for sanctuary cities

A lawyer for the Trump Administration told a federal judge Friday that the executive order targeting "sanctuary cities" and counties would not result in...

Criminal justice and mental illness: What’s SF’s answer?

A hearing today on the prospect of a new criminal justice-mental health facility in San Francisco brought up a couple of key issues that...

The Agenda: Why teachers can’t find housing

There has been much talk of late about teacher housing, and that’s all good: If teachers can’t live in San Francisco, we have a...

Supes, mayor fail on immigration

Everyone involved is putting a (fairly) nice face on it, but the reality is that the Board of Supes Budget and Finance Committee’s rejection...

Campos seeks $5 million to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation

A proposal by Supervisor David Campos to spend $5 million to provide legal representation to immigrants living in the country without documentation who face...

SF city attorney is taking Trump to court over immigration policy 

City Attorney Dennis Herrera today filed a federal lawsuit against President Trump and his administration over Trump's executive order directing enforcement action against sanctuary...

Why Prop. X is needed to save PDR

San Francisco’s artists, small blue-collar businesses, and community-serving nonprofits are being forced out of the city by soaring rents; outright evictions; and, in many...

A stunning lack of reality at Mayor Lee’s State of the City

An upbeat Mayor Ed Lee delivered a State of the City address at the old Hibernia Bank Building today that sounded like a re-election...

On the streets, after the Oakland fire

“All fire victims will have to leave the “temporary shelter” with or without any money or housing on April 6th,” reported Audrey Candy Corn, POOR...