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Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Campaign notebook: The dizzying web of big-money influence

Plus: Remarkable hype, Lurie's money, and why Breed's allies want to control the Democratic Party.

Here come the billionaires: Election 2024

Big money goes into measures attacking poor people and eroding police oversight. It's really about Breed's re-election and the oligarchs controlling the city.

Ceasefire now: Violence and oppression in the Middle East must end

Bombing and displacement must be halted. All people in the region must live freely. Collective punishment is no path to peace

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest celebrates 50 years of ‘Soylent Green’

Plus: Short Film Fest, Albany Film Fest, Kenneth Anger tribute, 'Underground Art-Stars,' and three earnest new releases

Billionaires file legal brief attacking the unhoused in SF

While city fails to train staff on sweeps, the people who created this crisis are asking the Supreme Court to blame the victims.

How will the city implement forced treatment for people with mental illness?

Plus: Does the Mayor's Office have a real homelessness plan—and what's going to happen new to Laguna Honda Hospital? That's The Agenda this week

How SF plans to justify continuing sweeps of homeless people

Court hearing shows the latest Breed Administration strategy—and demonstration outside shows the ugly side of demonizing homeless people.

Some city officials are asking the courts to endorse more homeless sweeps

I got a press release this morning from the South Beach Democratic Club, which reads as follows: Supervisor Dorsey and Supervisor Mandelman will be holding...

SF continues to violate court order on sweeps of homeless people, filing says

Cops and clean-up teams offer no shelter, destroy belongings, and ignore a federal judge's ruling, advocates and unhoused people report.