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Tagged with: Labor

A (major) new twist on affordable housing legislation

Last-minute Mandelman move seeks to allow widespread housing demolition—potentially dooming Chan's affordable-housing measure.

It’s a rough time to be proud of the US. In ‘Fight Like Hell,’ Kim Kelly finds a way

The labor reporter's first book is a historical journey showing workers that they've always forged their own path forward

From here to Cuba: Defying Biden, the Bay Area connects to island nation

The Summit of the Americas has disinvited Cuba. We went there to show solidarity and tell the story missing from the corporate media.

Final, final, deadline for supes map is Thursday—unless it isn’t

City attorney says Task Force has to approve lines; various others talk about lawsuits.

The case for class-struggle unionism

A new book says that only workers can save the labor movement.

SF hotels aren’t bringing workers back. Is that a ‘lockout?’

Labor law is complicated, but some workers say they want to go back to work—and the unionized hotels aren't calling them.

Why the mayor’s proposals keep getting defeated by the supes

To make progress in SF, you need to have an open process with all the stakeholders. London Breed prefers to do things her own way, behind closed doors.

On normalizing relations with Cuba, where is Nancy Pelosi?

SF's rep hasn't joined her Bay Area Democratic colleagues in urging Biden to end the economic blockade.

Memo to SF supes: On affordable housing, don’t be Joe Manchin

Approving money for social housing is a clear mandate—and the opposition talking points are the same old tired nonsense we have heard before.

Union workers need more affordable housing, new study shows

Collaboration between labor and housing activists shows that current market-driven policies won't keep workforce in town.