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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

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Tagged with: David Campos

The wild and crazy election night, and what it all (maybe) means

The mayor's candidates are winning for supe. Her allies lost on Prop. H and Prop. M.

The news media ignore affordable housing. Plus: Taking on the Hunters Point toxics …

... where' the rent-relief money going, and why does SF need another massive office and housing complex downtown? That's The Agenda for Oct. 2-9

It’s official: Honey Mahogany is challenging the mayor’s appointee in District 6

Campaign kickoff sets the stage for a tough campaign in a new and different district that was once a progressive stronghold.

The price of Ellis Act speculation, and how SF can help tenants survive it

Plus: How is the city going to meet its state-mandate affordable housing goals? That's The Agenda for May 16-22

What the mayor’s D6 supe appointment means for the district—and the city

Matt Dorsey is smart, experienced—and seems to agree with the mayor's agenda on housing and the cops. He will face a tough battle in the fall.

Money talks and bullshit walks

The election outcome was first and foremost a victory of massive campaign spending.

Haney’s victory does not mean progressive candidates have to move to the right

The entire local media narrative is wrong, again. The real issue is why none of the local reporters every question the fantasy of the Yimby narrative.

The stunning speculator profit in Ellis Act evictions

City report shows how much money gets made evicting tenants—and how little tenants get in relocation fees.

The Treasure Island toll is regressive, pointless—and still somehow alive

The developers got a sweet deal, and now want to make low-income residents pay for the ferry service they need to sell high-end condos.

Haney wins lawsuit to change Campos ballot designation; does anyone care?

What does "civil rights lawyer" mean these days, and can a DA's Office promote civil rights?