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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Tagged with: Police

Watching the cops, and recording them …

Plus supes take on the future of Laguna Honda. That's The Agenda for Jan. 29-Feb 5.

Why it makes sense for stakeholders to sue the city for failing its affordable housing goals

The Housing Element numbers are really funky and don't make sense—and under Breed's Administration, there may be no other option.

New board committees show little dramatic change—and some potential

Conservatives take over one panel, but progressives still control budget and land use—and a new committee on homelessness could take on a big role.

Supes to consider housing farce—and start on the mayor’s budget

Everybody knows the Housing Element won't work, but it's going to be approved anyway. Maybe at least someone will ask some questions.

Booms, busts, PG&E and the bloated police budget

Every city agency has to face cuts—but not the cops? And when will the city move to seize PG&E's grid? That's The Agenda for Jan. 15-22

Four takeaways from the historic Police Commission vote this week

A progressive commission is becoming the focus of broader criminal-justice reform issues.

Why is Breed resisting a life-saving program that faces no real legal or financial obstacles?

Safe consumption sites work in New York, stunning testimony at a hearing shows. Yet SF is putting on the brakes.

Police Commission considers dramatic changes in racist traffic stops (with Breed opposed)

If a slim 4-3 majority holds, SF could take the national lead in addressing pattern of cops stopping and hassling Black and Brown motorists.

Some New Year’s resolutions for SF politics

I'm always happy to take the time as 2023 dawns to tell everyone else what to do.

It’s going to be a difficult 2023 for Mayor London Breed

A looming urban crisis will call for visionary leadership and policies, which are in short supply in this administration.