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Tagged with: criminal justice

We all want local government to work—but for whom?

The Chron seems to think the plutocrats are the ones who ought to be in charge. That's never ended well.

‘Weed’ sparks up candid cannabis education for young people—and the rest of us

Caitlin Donohue's latest book for teens takes a big picture view of cannabis policy and culture in the Americas

Black queer art made visible: Speaking with gallerist Jonathan Carver Moore

'The element of surprise and learning about what's behind the painting, the photograph, the sculpture—I love that.'

SF’s radical Asian American legacy shines in ‘Dreaming People’s History’

Images from the International Hotel struggle to the post-George Floyd resistance educate while they inspire.

Chesa Boudin talks crime, justice—and what’s happened to SF under Brooke Jenkins

The former DA has a lot of thoughts on the future of criminal justice—and the current state of San Francisco.

Introducing our new publisher, Imelda Carrasco

48hills is expanding with your help. Please welcome our latest addition to the team!

The new mayor of Chicago and the lessons for progressives in San Francisco

A progressive beat a 'tough-on-crime' candidates in the nation's third-largest city. What does that say about SF in 2024?

Supes fail by one vote to approve Sanctuary City resolution that challenges ICE, Biden

Matt Dorsey, who wants to deport Fentanyl dealers, blocks approval, as 10 board members say his approach is deeply misguided.

A new attack on SF’s sanctuary laws makes no sense—except as a political tool

Immigrants have been scapegoats for much of US history, and now Breed and Jenkins are doing it again.

Politics, 2023: The budget crisis, housing, the mayor’s race, criminal justice ….

... and will this be the year that the Yimby narrative finally falls apart? Our projections.