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New conservative DCCC members will face vote on critical labor issues

Will the 'moderate' majority elected with tech money support bills that regulate AI, robotaxis, and robotrucks?

Wiener wants to regulate AI—but not help people whose jobs are destroyed

Half a million people in this state make a living as drivers; if robots replace them, how will they survive? That's not on the Wiener agenda.

Indie booksellers in trouble? BincTank to the rescue

A program that grew out of Borders now helps BIPOC-owned bookstores stay open and thrive through its grants.

Prop. C won’t produce much housing—but could cost the city a lot of money

It's probably worthless, city economist says—but if it works, it will cost millions.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.

The brutal budget crisis of 2024—and how the city could address it without huge cuts

San Francisco needs to rethink how it collects taxes—and the state is going to have to get out of the way.

Planning Commission agrees to end public input on many housing developments

Narrow 4-3 votes ends the ability of community activists to call out unscrupulous landlords and speculators.

Save the Redstone Building!

The historic building has housed progressive groups for decades. Can it survive a a home for the left?

In SF Opera’s ‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs,’ a dial-up portrait of a complex Goliath

The trademark jeans and turtleneck are there, but details are as thin as an iPhone in new opera

Corporate propaganda has cost 90 percent of US residents $47 trillion. Here’s why

Eminent science historian Naomi Oreskes talks about business, government, and her groundbreaking new book, 'The Big Myth.'

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