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Monday, May 23, 2022

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Opinion

A public bank for San Francisco is moving forward, this week

Historic proposal that could transform municipal and nonprofit financing will present preliminary plans.

Mandelman’s shelter expansion plan isn’t a long-term solution to homelessness

It would just take funds away from permanent housing—and allow even more sweeps.

An open letter to the City College Board of Trustees

You don't need to fire 50 teachers. There are other options that could help save the school.

Unlike London Breed, I never took my mask off. Now COVID cases are up again

The mayor's 'back to normal' stance seems to mean reinvigorating the Financial District more than protecting her constituents

Letter to the Editor: Supply and demand doesn’t apply to housing — or really anything

Emphasizing supply intentionally ignores what drives demand: tax subsidies for multi-billion-dollar corporations

The ultimate troll just bought Twitter. Expect more pain for SF

Elon Musk hates BART, taxes, worker protections, marginalized folks, and the free press. Now he has a huge platform.

Money talks and bullshit walks

The election outcome was first and foremost a victory of massive campaign spending.

Yes, trust science. It’s real. But it’s sometimes more complicated than that

The history of the scientific establishment in the US is full of great advances and abject horror stories.

For most artists, NFTs are a false bill of goods

In the end, they’re a game for the super-wealthy who keep starving artists starving.

SF hotels aren’t bringing workers back. Is that a ‘lockout?’

Labor law is complicated, but some workers say they want to go back to work—and the unionized hotels aren't calling them.

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