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Tagged with: PG&E

So Macy’s is leaving. Let it go.

Let's use that space for a public benefit, not a corporate chain store.

After 111 years, SF is finally moving to oust PG&E and create a public power system

Cheap, reliable, green energy is only a few steps away—but the private utility is trying its best to delay the process and protect its illegal monopoly

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

The local record and legacy of Dianne Feinstein

Let's celebrate her accomplishments. But there's another story that needs to be told. I was there.

Public power for all of Northern California? After fires, the framework is in place

Report to LAFCO cites a little-known state agency that has the authority to seize PG&E's assets and let every community decide its energy future.

The environmental case against robotaxis

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

Reparations task force member speaks out—about some very bad press coverage

Nikcole Cunningham describes how her comments were taken out of context to create a warped and dangerous media narrative.

Don’t fear the blackout? ‘through the electric grid promised land’ binds in darkness

A fantastical and nightmarish installation at / slash art exposes modern-day terrors.

The city’s climate plan will cost money; will Breed support progressive taxes to pay for it?

Plus: A long-awaited hearing on the city's reparations plan—and a debate over more money for the cops. That's The Agenda for March 12-19

Budget Chair Chan prepares for serious challenges to mayor’s budget priorities

Police funding, tax cuts, and spending equity will be on the table as the supes take on a brutal budget season.