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Gavin Newsom cares more about his political future than people dying of drug overdoses

The only reason he vetoed a life-saving bill: He wants to run for president. Why are we surprised?

Stopping evictions in the Western Addition

Plus: Housing nonsense in the Tenderloin, a Berniecrats art show—and who will replace Nancy Pelosi? That's The Agenda for Aug. 15-21

The Supreme Court loses all legitimacy—and so does the US Senate

And why are SF pols so willing to take money from the people who empowered Trump and McConnell and doomed Roe v. Wade?

Will the city’s Climate Plan ever happen? Plus: Election Day, tech-worker dorms …

... and shelter politics, the cost of cops, and an embarrassing NYT story. That's The Agenda for June 6-13.

Preston seeks to shift local elections to higher-turnout years

Charter amendment could have far-reaching impacts on local politics.

Who is accountable for the end of Roe v Wade—and the awful, horrible, results?

Did the "moderate" Republicans and centrist Democrats not realize what they were doing—or did they just not care?

SF Democrats overwhelmingly vote to oppose Boudin recall

Only two members voted for the recall—and they both ran against, and lost to, Boudin.

Peter Haberfeld, lawyer, organizer, and legendary community activist, dies

Advocate for civil rights, labor rights, and the power of the people, was 80.

Recall Boudin ad features paid campaign staffer—and nobody else

Flier says "leading Democrats" are unhappy with the DA—but the only person they present makes $16,000 a month working for the recall campaign.

Newsom beats back recall handily; now he has to decide who his friends are

Labor and grassroots Democrats kept him in office. Will he remember that when it comes to making policy?