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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...

DeJesus hearing becomes a debate on Tasers

The Board of Supes Rules Committee moved forward the nomination of Petra DeJesus for another term on the Police Commission Thursday – but not...

Safai concedes defeat, will allow DeJesus to remain on Police Commission

Sup. Ahsha Safai has apparently conceded defeat in his efforts to replace the city’s best Police Commission member with one of his political allies. Safai...

The Agenda, May 8-14, 2017: Police Commission battle delayed …

The  move to replace Police Commissioner Petra DeJesus with a woman who might not even live in the city (and faces some other serious...

A devious move to oust SF’s best Police Commission member

A close political ally of Sup. Ahsha Safai who has little or no connection to local police-reform groups is trying to out the city’s...

SF to pay out cash for cop misconduct

In a closed session this week the San Francisco Police Commission will be deliberating settlements in three legal cases filed against the Police Department.  Settlements...

Questions loom as Police Commission President Suzy Loftus steps down

On Tuesday, Suzy Loftus announced that she was stepping down from her position as President of the Police Commission to take up a job...

Supes approve memorial for Alex Nieto

The Police Officers Association lost a significant vote today, further isolating the organization from the mainstream of San Francisco politics. Despite an effort by Sup....

The next police commissioner

The Board of Supes Rules Committee, on a 2-1 vote, sent the full board a recommendation that law professor and immigration-rights lawyer Bill Ong...

The Agenda, Dec. 12-18: Will the supes fold on free City College?

First, let us take a moment to say: We are losing three great supervisors. John Avalos, David Campos, and Eric Mar have been the...