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Tagged with: Housing

The supes vote on an imperfect, but much better, budget …

... plus new affordable housing and a series of City Charter amendments. That's The Agenda for July 14-21

The Chron creates a ‘scandal’ that doesn’t exist

The endorsement process of the Bernal Heights Democratic Club suddenly becomes an issue. So does the pretty mainstream positions of a D9 canddate.

Media Week: Joe Biden, the party ‘elite,’ and the reality of big political money

Working-class voters seem less and less interested in a Democratic candidate who won't challenge the basic assumptions of neoliberalism.

Supes agree to endorse rent-control measure after another strange debate

Breed won't side with tenant groups but board votes 8-2 in favor of Costa-Hawkins repeal; 'pro-housing' officials are actually anti-tenant.

Breed ready to criminalize people for lacking a place to live

Mayor tells supes that 'we will not allow people to just remain.'

Rent control measure goes to full board after Safai votes with tenants

Ronen calls out landlord lies as renters push for repeal of Costa-Hawkins law.

For supes, mayor, there’s no more ducking a crucial rent-control issue

Breed, board, will have to side with landlords or tenants. Plus: The failure of state housing mandates, and fall charter amendments. That's The Agenda for July 7-14

In tapestries of Bay Area street life, Dance Doyle weaves a world

Artist channels interviewees'—and their own—experiences with houselessness, addiction onto the loom.

Lawsuit against SF’s homeless sweeps will continue despite Grants Pass case

City is still violating court injunction by destroying the property of unhoused residents.

The brutality of criminalizing homelessness

The Supreme Court decision is another step in the process of legitimizing systems of oppression.