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Tagged with: Board of Supervisors

Supes approve police spy cameras after debate that reflects national political instability

When there is a real threat of fascism on the national level, what should SF do about the local police?

Breed throws late-night Muni under the bus

Mayor also calls for more police action against homeless people.

The Chron says the city is broken. Now what?

The Establishment paper can't blame the Establishment that has been running SF since the Gold Rush. Are the Powers That Be turning on the mayor?

District 4 contender won’t call for candidate with anti-Semitic comments to drop out

Joel Engardio shows no indication that he wants Leanna Louie out of the race.

Why CEQA matters

Blaming CEQA for California’s problems is easier than wrestling with the root causes of challenges like housing affordability and access to higher education

Prop A’s failure and why we need to fight for Muni

The June election shows the importance of a powerful grassroots movement for transit justice

SF cops want expanded rights to spy on all of us—for no good reason

Proposal would give SFPD access to a huge network of private cameras, without any meaningful limits on how the data can be used or shared

Mayor drags feet on alternatives to calling cops on homeless people

It's been a year since the supes funded Compassionate Alternative Response Teams. It will be another six months before it happens.

Tenants fight to save affordable homes at Plaza East

Developer wants luxury housing in Western Addition; residents fear displacement

From here to Cuba: Defying Biden, the Bay Area connects to island nation

The Summit of the Americas has disinvited Cuba. We went there to show solidarity and tell the story missing from the corporate media.