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It’s Valentine’s Day. I was ghosted by my ‘partner’ of eight years

Uber and Lyft call us "partners,' not employees. We're sick of the way they treat us—which is why Gig Workers Rising matters.

Cruise and Waymo are finding widespread opposition

For a change, a new technology is not impressing people, and the city might actually take regulation seriously.

Robotaxis are an existential threat to SF’s public transit system

The Breed Administration is ignoring perhaps the most dangerous impact of the new autonomous vehicles.

What the city can still do to control the rogue robotaxis

This is by no means over—but SF needs to get out in front of this kind of tech before it becomes such a huge problem

The real problem with the CPUC’s robotaxi decision

Like AI, this is going to displace human employees. And nobody in government is demanding that the profits be shared with the people whose lives are damaged.

The environmental case against robotaxis

They will further damage public transit—and they're no help to people with disabilities

Why is the city paying to evict tenants from supportive housing?

Plus: Some tough questions (and a missing interest group) in the robotaxi regulation discussion. That's The Agenda for July 31 to August 7.

CPUC delays decision on robotaxis in SF; drivers ask for loan repayment

Why not make Waymo put up a tiny fraction of its wealth to help the people whose livelihoods will be destroyed?

Does SF need 24/7 robot taxis (that don’t pay any fee to be taxis)?

Plus: A move to limit ballot information, and a cut to affordable housing requirements for developers. That's The Agenda for July 9-16

Finally, Walton will get to ask Breed about reparations

Plus: Next steps for the Castro Theater, the farce of 479 Stevenson, and how the city in once again screwing over cab drivers. That's The Agenda for April 17-24