Bay Area / California

No Regional Solution to Homelessness

Posted September 18, 2018 by

Cities Won’t Be Compelled to Spend A recent SF Chronicle story characterized  as a “new idea”  plans to build Navigation Centers outside San Francisco. It’s actually less of a “new” idea than a variation of a long hoped homelessness cure
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In AD 15, It’s All About The Money

Posted September 4, 2018 by Steve Early

Jovanka Beckles is the True Progressive Choice As Beyond Chron noted in February, the primary competition to fill an open Assembly seat in the East Bay produced what may have been “the strongest field in California legislative history.” (See
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Buffy Wicks is the Progressive Champion AD 15 Needs

Posted September 4, 2018 by Gabe Quinto

Buffy Wicks is the progressive champion the East Bay needs to deliver real results for our communities. I want to share with you why I’m supporting Buffy Wicks for State Assembly. Buffy grew up in a trailer in a small
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Ellis Act Costs LA 5 ½ Rent Control Units a Day

Posted August 7, 2018 by Larry Gross

LATEST CES REPORT–The City of Los Angeles saw 997 more Ellis Act Eviction application filed by landlords and developers for the first half of 2018, January through June. This is the equivalent of losing nearly 5 1/2 Rent Stabilization Ordinance
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