Stories about City Budget

Police Commission approves Tasers

Now the battle moves to the Board of Supes, which will have to approve funding for the dangerous stun guns

Mayor’s allies push through divisive budget plan

With none of the progressives around, a narrow quorum of the Budget Committee passed a budget on the eve of Pride Weekend, capping a week of increasingly nasty negotiations

Mayor’s budget denies housing groups’ requests

Homeless service providers get far less than they requested in proposed city budget

Mandelman sets up D8 showdown

Challenge to Sup. Jeff Sheehy will be proxy battle over the mayor and the direction of the moderate board

The Agenda, March 20-26: Breed’s oddly conservative attack on income taxes

Supes will start to look at Trump's budget after board prez makes surprisingly conservative speech against progressive taxes

The budget picture is bleak — but Mayor Lee has no worries

Is it time for a city income tax? That might actually be possible (but we're not hearing much about it from Room 200)

The Agenda, March 6-12: The next front in the anti-Trump resistance

It's about money -- and how city officials will respond to the looming federal cuts -- and it starts this week

Supes, mayor fail on immigration

Fewer plan to defend immigrants from deportation gets gutted in disgraceful Budget Committee hearing

As Trump wages war on women’s health, San Francisco’s elected women are fighting back

The battle against Trump is on, and women who hold elective office in SF are leading the way

The Agenda, 2017: How SF can really fight Trumpism

If City Hall is serious, we will look to raise taxes on the rich and provide services for those the feds would leave behind. Here's how