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Tagged with: Sacramento

SF could lead the way on public power for California

Lafco hearing sets the stage for a new effort to replace private utilities, in the city and statewide.

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

Meet the videographer behind Mac Dre’s historic ’90s ‘Treal T.V.’

Please note: Before the internet, you had to speak hip-hop's truth to get your tapes passed around.

There’s only one way to get the money to save the Bay Area from transit and housing chaos

So why is nobody talking about the $14 trillion in tech wealth?

Two crucial issues, housing and downtown, will come before the supes this week

Plus: what does 'a city that works' really mean? That's The Agenda for Nov. 13-20

The national pundits can complain, but in SF, progressives get things done

The San Francisco left is fighting for things that the national Democratic Party has abandoned.

Begging, sadly, for protection from eviction at Oakland’s Wood Street community

A bicycle convoy to Sacramento shows how legislators duck the crisis.

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.

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.