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No job loss from Prop. C — but plenty of benefits

Proposition C would have a huge impact on homelessness in San Francisco and cost the city so few jobs that there’s no credible impact...

Dirty desperate lies about Prop. C

Proposition C to appear on November’s ballot is a long time coming. It’s San Francisco’s opportunity to tackle the humanitarian crisis of homelessness while...

Is everyone at City Hall incompetent?

I will stipulate that the BART Station at 16thStreet is dirty. But it seems a bit of a stretch to say that because of...

The Prop. C job-loss myth …

The Chamber of Commerce, the cops, and some big tech companies are attacking Prop. C, which would tax a small number of companies to...

Prop. C kickoff puts politicians in the spotlight: Whose side are you on?

The Yes on C campaign, representing the most important issue on the November ballot, held a rousing kickoff today – and the debate is...

The real rent control debate

The battle over state Proposition 10, which could dramatically slow evictions in cities like San Francisco, is going to dominate the fall ballot, with...

Prop. C will define progressive politics in SF

The most important measure to address homelessness in San Francisco in years now has a ballot designation: It’s Proposition C. And on the state level,...

The very odd Breed Administration memo on homeless policy

The Chron, which lost any hope of claiming objectivity during the mayor’s race, is now clearly on the side of the Chamber of Commerce...

A bad week for the Yimby narrative

It is not a good week for the Yimby argument. In a series of reports, studies, and articles, the claim that building more housing for...

OPINION: The best sort of democracy for San Francisco

Calvin Welch has been a dedicated housing activist and progressive leader for decades, but we have consistently disagreed with him about Ranked Choice Voting...