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Tagged with: ethics

There was never anything resembling an ‘independent’ Redistricting Task Force

The evidence is now abundantly clear: The Mayor's Office was running the show, and the final lines were drawn to please Breed and her allies.

Screen Grabs: A conceptually bizarre life of Celine Dion

'Aline' will go on. Plus: gorgeous 'Rose Maker,' calming 'Cow,' and a caustic gay Romanian dilemma in 'Poppy Field'

The hits keep coming: Haney backers go after Campos, Mahmood

Big money pays as (utterly false) dirt flies in the Feb. 15 election—but is it too late to make a difference?

Developer money to Haney may violate SF’s ethics rules

Three builders with projects pending or just approved in SF donated to a sitting supervisor.

Screen Grabs: ‘Attica’ and ‘Summer of Soul’ crown Doc Stories fest, more

Plus: California's water wars, a Chinatown gangster tale, a lost Iranian Gothic classic, more new movies

Why have DBI, Planning, and the cops gotten away with so much for so long?

Plus: $70 million for parking meters when the mayor says we can't afford to keep SIP hotels open to save lives. That's The Agenda for Sept. 13-19

Irony and casual corruption in the latest on the City Hall scandals

The rules don't apply to the 'city family'—and that's infuriating at a time when we need people to believe in government.

Supes panel appoints three community-based progressives to redistricting panel

Move will counter the Elections Commission's appointments, all of whom are allies of the mayor, in what could be a major gerrymandering fight.

The future of the Board of Supes is on the line as redistricting moves forward

A city task force will draw new district lines for the next decade. The mayor's allies already have members. The supes pick three this week.

Through hardship, a pastor encounters good people in ‘United States of Grace’

Lenny Duncan's 'Memoir of Homelessness, Addiction, Incarceration, and Hope" isn't the usual redemption story.