Ignore the Myth: Voters Rally for Housing

Posted February 26, 2019 by

Experts, Voters Both Support New Housing Cities are seeing more political support for building housing  now than in at least the past four decades.  Yet some housing advocates believe public support is lacking, asking “ Why voters haven’t been buying
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Matt Gonzalez Must Replace Adachi as Public Defender

Posted February 26, 2019 by

Gonzalez Will Continue Jeff Adachi’s Legacy Jeff Adachi was a charismatic, high energy, and visionary social justice leader. He transformed the SF Public Defender’s office into a social movement and was among the nation’s leading criminal defense attorneys. Adachi forever
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Preview Of Cinequest 2019

Posted February 26, 2019 by

Cinequest returns to San Jose and Redwood City from March 5-17, 2019.   Over its thirteen days, this year’s festival will feature 132 world and US Premiere films from 50 countries.  But what’s different about this year’s edition is the expansion
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Mayor Breed Headed for Re-Election

Posted February 19, 2019 by

Breed Faces No Major Challengers The November 2019 election is less than nine months away. District Attorney candidates Suzy Loftus, Nancy Tung, Chesa Boudin and Leif Dautch are actively courting voters and endorsements. Vallie Brown, Dean Preston and Shanell Williams
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Newsom’s 2004 Housing Vision Finally Popular

Posted February 12, 2019 by

Governor Newsom’s  Housing Agenda Has Roots in 2004 Prop J Defeat In March 2004, newly-elected San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom suffered a devastating political defeat. His Prop J, the Workforce Housing Initiative, lost virtually every San Francisco neighborhood on route
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