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Tenderloin Pit Stop Gets “A” for Effort

Posted July 16, 2014 by

San Francisco’s Department of Public Works launched its toilet access project on July 15, sending another strong message about City Hall’s commitment to improving the Tenderloin. The plan consists of two Solar VIP trailer mounted toilets, a dog waste bag
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How the Media Promotes Failure

Posted July 15, 2014 by

NY Times columnist Paul Krugman has observed (“Obamacare Fails to Fail,” July 14) that the media was far more interested in the Obamacare website snafu than in reporting on the program’s striking success. This is no isolated case. From new
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How SF Unfairly Penalizes Small Business

Posted July 14, 2014 by

San Francisco loves small business. The city restricts chain stores to protect them, and helps prospective businesses navigate the approval process. Small business revenue recirculates in the local economy, and they create the type of jobs the city desires. So
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