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Tagged with: Sanctuary City

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Opposition grows to Breed’s APEC boosterism—and the massive security plans

Small businesses, seniors, hotel workers, Soma residents say the billionaire party will hurt them badly.

The Chron’s coverage of drugs and Honduras gets into the courtroom—and trouble

Reporters talk to jurors during trial; public defender seeking a new trial. The dangerous media narrative remains.

Opinion: Brooke Jenkins is no ally to the LGBTQ community

What about Banko Brown? What about Sanctuary City?

Jenkins backs off attack on sanctuary law after massive outcry

DA, mayor figured out that this particular 'tough on crime' trope was a loser.

Breed admits that the city’s Housing Element is destined to fail

Mayor says, for the first time, that she has no plan to deliver on the state mandates for local affordable housing.

Supes fail by one vote to approve Sanctuary City resolution that challenges ICE, Biden

Matt Dorsey, who wants to deport Fentanyl dealers, blocks approval, as 10 board members say his approach is deeply misguided.

A new attack on SF’s sanctuary laws makes no sense—except as a political tool

Immigrants have been scapegoats for much of US history, and now Breed and Jenkins are doing it again.

In ‘Sanctuary City,’ the teetering fates of two star-crossed DREAMers

Martyna Majok’s play at Berkeley Rep offers a damning, impressionistic view of immigration policy post-9/11

‘Boys Go to Jupiter’ asks, Can social media backlash really make someone more racist?

Word for Word's provocative staging of Danielle Evans’ short story delves into one of the era's obsessive questions