The deal she cut to remain speaker means she plans to step down in 2022 -- which will set off a wild campaign for one of the most coveted jobs in SF politics.
New bill would protect existing affordable housing, which the city is losing almost as fast a new housing can be built.
Why is it a problem that a progressive woman is openly campaigning for the job?
Nonprofit leaders seeking consensus come up with a deal: Modest tenant protections in exchange for more market-rate housing and displacement.
Plus: The future of a municipal bank, Free City College forever .. and look at which public officials are supporting the Yimbys. That's The Agenda for Dec. 9-16
The senator assumes the private market will solve our problems. That has never worked.
And should the city be allowing tech-office creep in what used to be an area where light industry could prosper?
Plus a Rent Board nominee who helps landlords screw tenants and a chance to make Free City College permanent ... that's The Agenda for Dec. 2-9
The killings undermined a growing progressive/neighborhood movement and put downtown back in power -- for years.
33 years ago, Campos was one of the kids who Trump is now tear-gassing.