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Tagged with: Sacramento

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

The state agency enforcing housing rules doesn’t care about affordable housing

The people who build the badly needed projects call on Sacramento to work with them to make the RHNA goals possible. Newsom's administration hasn't even responded.

‘Lear’ comes to the Fillmore: A Bay take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy

Cal Shakes' new production centers Blackness, and features live accompaniment by jazz favorite Marcus Shelby.

District 6 debate: Not a lot of dramatic difference

The challengers didn't take on the incumbent or even mention the mayor.

The state’s local housing goals are nothing more than a farce

Why is everyone so set on meeting "RHNA" standards when the evidence is very clear that it will never happen?

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.

Police racism, police violence, a hiatus on the Amazon tax ….

... and gee, they are so nice in Sacramento. Guess that's why the landlord lobby keeps on winning.

Are yimbys the new progressives? Only in a bizarre Wonderland

The supporters of the 'build-at-all-costs' position ignore a half-century of history and the realities of the modern housing market

Here’s the most important data in the new report on homelessness in SF

A massive failure of housing policy, at the state and local level, is behind this ongoing crisis.

Screen Grabs: Let the banjos duel again—’Deliverance’ is back

Plus: Two movies take on Texas in very different ways, and a passel of new horror flicks, from Norway to Uber.