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The money trail: How big landlords are trying to undermine the state rent control initiative

It's not enough to seek to defeat the Costa-Hawkins repeal; Big Real Estate wants to stop the measure's sponsor from ever doing this again.

National magazine takes on the case against Yimby housing policies

Plus: Nurses demand answers to questions about UCSF takeover of St. Mary's and St. Francis Hospitals. That's The Agenda for March 17-24.

Eviction breeds guerrillas as the people fight back in ‘Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad’

Ashley Smiley's world premiere at Magic Theatre presses hot button issues through the lives of Black San Franciscans.

Housing bill that makes no sense at all moves forward with reluctant committee vote

Trickle-down economics from the Reagan Era rules as the state forces San Francisco to give luxury developers what they want (and ignores affordable housing).

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

Fake, misleading news and images on Twitter—and here at home

No, Dean Preston did not resign. Plus: The eviction "scarlet letter," Uber's role in SF taxis, and the mayor's dangerous housing policy is back again. That's The Agenda for Oct. 15-22

Mayor’s housing bill still needs lots of work, community leaders and supes say

Sweeping proposal defies Housing Element language, threatens tenants—and does nothing for affordable housing, committee members point out.

Breed housing plan, which threatens tenants, gets narrow commission nod

Maybe Paris is not such a great role model for the West Side of town.

SF continues to violate court order on sweeps of homeless people, filing says

Cops and clean-up teams offer no shelter, destroy belongings, and ignore a federal judge's ruling, advocates and unhoused people report.

The price of ending homelessness—and how to prevent SRO evictions

A city plan that's marked for failure, and some hope of success saving vulnerable residents' homes. That's The Agenda for March 19-26