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Tim Redmond

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Tim Redmond has been a political and investigative reporter in San Francisco for more than 30 years. He spent much of that time as executive editor of the Bay Guardian. He is the founder of 48hills.

Supes face key affordable housing vote

Plus: more taxpayer dollars for bad cops, and 248 people locked up beyond the legal time for a speedy trial because SF courts are lagging ... that's The Agenda for Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Lawsuit seeks to block Plan Bay Area 2050—and prevent gentrification

Petition argues that the sweeping regional planning proposal would displace tens of thousands of vulnerable residents in the name of more high-end development.

Breed seeks to undermine support for new affordable housing money

Mayor London Breed is trying to undermine an effort to add more money to the city budget for social housing and rent relief and...

Local control of all land-use decisions could wind up on fall 2022 ballot

Backers of a sweeping measure to block the state from mandating housing or other zoning rules are gathering signatures; it could have huge implications.

Boudin recall ad features paid staffers and a scandal-plagued former DA

Why don't the local media, so happy to attack the DA, fact-check an ad that is blatantly false and kind of ridiculous?

Politics killed a homeless drop-in center, supes hearing shows

Mayor's Office cancelled project the same day Breed told a conservative group in the Haight that 'it's not going to happen.'

Rittenhouse verdict: ‘If he were Black he would be going away for life’

Cat Brooks, Justice Teams Network director, responds to the jury in Kenosha

Preston seeks $64 million, now, for social housing purchases

The city has the cash to buy buildings that are at risk for speculation and evictions, which could have a huge impact on displacement.

Castro eviction battle shows total failure of state housing laws

The abuse of the Ellis Act is a total disgrace—and the city needs to move faster to buy at-risk buildings, protesters say.

Poll shows SF voters don’t believe market-rate housing will help crisis

Clear majorities say the city should protect vulnerable communities from luxury housing that causes displacement.