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Tagged with: Phil Ting

Why does the state never ‘warn’ SF that it’s not building enough affordable housing?

That's the real question that came up at a supes meeting this week.

SF’s state legislators have deeply damaged SF’s ability to prevent displacement

Wiener, Ting, and Haney bills undermine 'all that is sacred' in San Francisco. Do they know what the fuck they are doing?

The housing crisis Scott Wiener created

Demolitions. Displacement. And zero new affordable housing. That's the bill the state senator got passed, and the supes have to deal with it this week.

Housing bill that makes no sense at all moves forward with reluctant committee vote

Trickle-down economics from the Reagan Era rules as the state forces San Francisco to give luxury developers what they want (and ignores affordable housing).

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

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.

Preston campaign kickoff draws large and diverse crowd

District 5 is one of the critical seats progressives will try to win in 2024

Grassroots Democrats denounce PAC that helped get Haney elected to Assembly

Govern for California is anti-labor, anti-teacher, anti-single-payer, and pro-Matt Haney. Now county committees around the state are telling Democrats not to take the money.

Haney, Ting, and Wiener all back $1.4 billion PG&E nuke bailout bill

SF's delegation goes along with a deal to keep the dangerous Diablo Canyon alive—at taxpayer expense. And none of them want to talk about it.

Some local Democrats oppose the Newsom recall—but not the Boudin recall

Here are the people who argue that Newsom should stay in office—even if they have policy disagreements—but won't say the same about Chesa Boudin.