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Tagged with: Nancy Pelosi

National magazine takes on the case against Yimby housing policies

Plus: Nurses demand answers to questions about UCSF takeover of St. Mary's and St. Francis Hospitals. That's The Agenda for March 17-24.

Declaring the end of progressive San Francisco is a bit premature

Only 20 percent of the votes have been counted. And we have heard this story before.

SF promised a lot of affordable housing—but community leaders say it won’t happen

New report has lots of 'creative' ideas, but there's nowhere near enough funding to meet the state mandated goals—and the Mayor's Office admits it.

PG&E keeps charging us more for worse service; there’s a much better alternative

Plus: A direct indictment of the state's housing policy (mandates, but no funding). That's The Agenda for Feb. 25 to March 3

Ceasefire now: Violence and oppression in the Middle East must end

Bombing and displacement must be halted. All people in the region must live freely. Collective punishment is no path to peace

Progressive slate files to run against tech money for control of SF Democratic Party

A March election will have major impacts on the races for mayor and supes in November.

Blue skies, Blue Angels—and not many members of the public—at Feinstein memorial

More cops than mourners as the late mayor and senator is remembered fondly by her friends.

Nancy Pelosi is getting two more years. Maybe she can help SF with housing money

Is it all about her daughter taking her seat—or, for a change, will she use her clout to bring federal cash to SF for affordable housing?

In endless US wars, some people matter, and some people don’t

Author Norman Solomon talks about the human toll of the military machine—and why we so rarely hear about it.

The brutal cuts in the Breed budget

Child care, housing for youth, code enforcement, the Food Bank ... all are facing the axe as cops get more and big landlords get tax breaks.