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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

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Tagged with: Unions

The SF budget battle takes center stage

It's cops against social services in a politically charged budget year.

The good, the bad, and the very scary on the November ballot

State ballot measure would promote inequality and damage local government; SF measures take on affordability and corruption.

The alarming agenda of the big-money folks trying to take over SF

New report tracks the anti-union, anti-tax, pro-police program that a small number of very rich people want to impose on SF in the name of "moderate" politics.

New conservative DCCC members will face vote on critical labor issues

Will the 'moderate' majority elected with tech money support bills that regulate AI, robotaxis, and robotrucks?

Hundreds rally for Preston kick-off

Spirited event seeks to draw a clear line between the billionaires and the rest of the city.

What the March election really meant—and where the city goes from here

Big tech money and low progressive turnout carried the day—but what if there's a real mayor's race in November?

Chan, Fielder kick off supe campaigns with large weekend rallies

Progressives count on turnout and field operations against billionaire money.

City worker unions head to ‘strike school’ as vacancies remain, contracts loom

Labor is fed up with the Breed Administration, and preparing for serious political pressure to fill jobs and give raises.

Why the Wiener housing bills will never work—and could destroy the coast. A detailed primer

An economist explains the reality of the housing market, economic inequality, developer profits, and threats to the environment.

While they helped win WWII, Hunters Point Shipyard’s Black workers fought discrimination at home

Stacey Carter talk focused on valiant history of resistance and neglect leading to Board of Supervisors' apology.