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Tagged with: Poverty

Media Week: Joe Biden, the party ‘elite,’ and the reality of big political money

Working-class voters seem less and less interested in a Democratic candidate who won't challenge the basic assumptions of neoliberalism.

Supes agree to endorse rent-control measure after another strange debate

Breed won't side with tenant groups but board votes 8-2 in favor of Costa-Hawkins repeal; 'pro-housing' officials are actually anti-tenant.

Breed ready to criminalize people for lacking a place to live

Mayor tells supes that 'we will not allow people to just remain.'

Breed, Chiu gave right-wing Supreme Court ammunition to criminalize poverty

Grants Pass decision on homelessness relies heavily on the city's legal brief.

The brutality of criminalizing homelessness

The Supreme Court decision is another step in the process of legitimizing systems of oppression.

The criminal justice system in SF is badly broken, and the mayor’s budget doesn’t help

Hearings show overcrowded, dangerous jails, overloaded public defenders—and a DA who is doubling down on making things even worse.

Does Mayor Breed just hate poor people?

A solution lead by the unhoused is working in Oakland—but we can't get any traction in San Francisco.

Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

Reclaiming homes, from LA to Sacramento

Solutions driven by the unhoused are constantly under attack.

A photographer documents life on a tough Tenderloin corner with dignity

Residents of the Jones and Ellis area feel seen through the work of Harry Williams, Jr., and a new mural of his portraits.