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The Agenda: Supes to vote on stopping illegal evictions

One of the most important pieces of legislation to come before the supes this year will be heard in the Land Use Committee Monday/26...

Almost half the OMI evictors failed to follow city rules

Nearly half the landlords who filed owner move-in evictions failed to file the proper paperwork with the city, a survey by the SF Tenants...

Mayor’s allies push through divisive budget plan

The San Francisco budget blew up this week as moderate allies of Mayor Ed Lee pushed through a plan without progressive support. Late this afternoon,...

Police Commission set to discuss the effectiveness of tasers

It's back to tasers at the Police Commission where a working group is set to present its findings at Wednesday's meeting. The city has...

City College teachers ‘shocked’ and ‘aghast’ at choice for chancellor

The City College Board of Trustees will vote Thursday/22 to finalize the appointment of a new chancellor who comes with a very mixed record. Mark...

The Agenda, June 19-26: Budget, Tasers, a great movie and politics for the 99 percent….

It’s budget time in San Francisco: The supes Budget and Finance Committee has been holding hearings for months, and the $10.1 billion budget is...

Mayor’s budget denies housing groups’ requests

Three months ago, a team of homeless service providers sent the city a proposal for housing San Francisco residents without a home and keeping...

Maybe nurses should run the world

My union nurse colleague Helen voted for Donald Trump and loves to shoot guns. Helen believes that nurses deserve respect and need to be active...

Why can Uber and Lyft use city streets for free?

When San Francisco news media reported on a blockbuster study showing the impacts of Uber and Lyft on San Francisco transportation and traffic, Sup....

Mandelman kickoff sets tone for D8 supe race

Rafael Mandelman officially launched his campaign for D8 supervisor Wednesday night with a rally that drew around 150 people and set the tone for...