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Labor organizing is a part of SF life

Reflections on winning and losing in the local and national movement.

Two major developer-driven housing bills head for Assembly floor

Newsom may soon be asked to sign deregulation measures—at a time when Wall Street is moving fast into the CA housing market.

Oakland activists say they don’t want the CHP to patrol their streets

Will more cops really make people of color safer? The community isn't so sure.

Yimby housing bills are wildly unpopular in the state, a new poll shows

By 2-1, a cross-section of Californians oppose more market-rate housing as a solution to the crisis. It's a warning to Gavin Newsom.

Some warned 20 years ago that the US was creating a disaster in Afghanistan

Plus: SF just lost two notable activists, James Hormel and Alvin Duskin. That's The Agenda for August 15-22

The big GOP, real-estate, and tech money behind the Boudin recall effort

Many of the same individuals and corporations who tried to defeat the progressives last year -- including Trump allies -- are now trying to oust the elected DA

State Legislature moving to give telecom companies immense power

Bills would block any local control over placement of cell towers and antennas -- and it's passing with almost no opposition.

Planning Commission to hear a bad UCSF deal

Massive new development that violates historic agreements is drawing widespread opposition.

Another big-money anti-tax front group emerges in SF

The Chamber of Commerce and GOP donors have created Fed UP SF to attack progressive taxes.

The big GOP and real-estate money moves into District One

Fake tenants group and big outside cash is now trying to promote Philhour over Chan in a race that could determine the balance of power on the board.