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Tagged with: SF General

City wastes millions on contracts with big out-of-town companies, report shows

More than $200 million goes for services city workers could provide much, much cheaper.

Health workers demand an end to dangerous staff shortages at SF General

Contracting out will be a huge issue in this year's labor talks—and the fall election.

Now the Big Tech money is getting ridiculous

Billionaires put up $730,000 for a ballot measure that will have no impact on anyone's life—and not a penny for an affordable housing measure that would benefit everyone.

City workers rally against Breed’s budget cuts

Labor unions talk about billions in outside contracts—but the local tax system needs to be on the table, starting now.

Who should pay for more cops? Plus: high-speed police chases ….

... and alternatives for the future of downtown. That's The Agenda for Nov. 5-12

Plan to put police funding in City Charter creates huge public safety risks

Labor activists say Dorsey measure would threaten a wide range of public-safety programs; it also won't work.

How will the city implement forced treatment for people with mental illness?

Plus: Does the Mayor's Office have a real homelessness plan—and what's going to happen new to Laguna Honda Hospital? That's The Agenda this week

Cops appeared to violate their own policies during mass skateboard arrests

Public Defender cites lack of access to lawyers, parents despite clear rules on juvenile detention.

A brutal double-standard on crime, and the guv wants the military in the Tenderloin

Plus: The future of an affordable housing complex in the Western Addition—and why does the Sheriff's Office need combat equipment? That's The Agenda for April 23-30.

Mayor Breed suddenly loves transit. Plus: a creeping toxic nightmare in Hunters Point…

Public transit has never been a top priority for Mayor London Breed. She was slow, even resistant, to restoring Muni service after the pandemic....