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Tagged with: Housing Rights Committee

How will the city implement forced treatment for people with mental illness?

Plus: Does the Mayor's Office have a real homelessness plan—and what's going to happen new to Laguna Honda Hospital? That's The Agenda this week

Tenants and organizers rally against Breed’s budget cuts

Plan would eliminate funding for critical housing programs.

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

Planning Commission to review new Housing Element—which is based on fantasy

How do you do an environmental review of a proposal that is so far from reality that you can't take it seriously?

65-year-old cancer survivor is fighting Ellis Act eviction—for the second time

Community rallies around 'flower lady' as Apple engineer seeks to throw her out of her home in Bernal Heights.

Lawsuit seeks to block Plan Bay Area 2050—and prevent gentrification

Petition argues that the sweeping regional planning proposal would displace tens of thousands of vulnerable residents in the name of more high-end development.

Labor, housing activists tell supes: Trickle-down policy is a failure

Hearing on jobs-housing mix makes clear that market-based solutions haven't worked and the city needs a new approach.

Eviction-free SF: Advocates say that renters still have options

Know your rights—the moratorium is over but renters still have a lot of protections.

Two-thirds of needy SF tenants could get zero state or local rent relief

Supes hearing shows huge gap between the promises and the reality -- but the money is there if the mayor is willing to spend it.

A sneak attack on rent control and affordable housing in Sacramento

Little-noticed state bill would allow local government agencies to overturn ballot initiatives that protect renters or limit bad development.