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Tough budget times in a city full of rich people who don’t pay even remotely fair taxes ….

... plus AI and local elections, the crisis in the jails, and can the zoo really handle pandas? That's The Agenda for May 12-19

Peskin wants a hands-on mayor, Breed wants a downtown party (for some people) …

... and how is the city planning to create 14,000 housing units for extremely low income households? That's The Agenda for May 5-12

Armed troops in the Tenderloin? Plus: Is SF really ‘pro-housing …

... And if we can't trust Boeing or big shipping companies, why are we trusting the makers of robo-vehicles?

What the March election really meant—and where the city goes from here

Big tech money and low progressive turnout carried the day—but what if there's a real mayor's race in November?

Why the Wiener housing bills will never work—and could destroy the coast. A detailed primer

An economist explains the reality of the housing market, economic inequality, developer profits, and threats to the environment.

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.

Fun with campaign texts

I can't help it: I answer those annoying messages—and sometimes get replies!

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

Opinion: Prop. 1 and Prop. F are just more attacks on poor people

These are not solutions. They are just ways to make life on the streets even more unpleasant.

Ten groups. $33 million, half of it dark money. Behind the billionaires in SF politics

New report sheds light on the massive influx of right-wing money trying to buy votes