Tenderloin Residents and Workers Back Police Crackdown
The San Francisco Chronicle’s December 10 Matier & Ross story on increased arrests of Tenderloin drug dealers quotes Danielle Harris, who heads the felony drug division in the Public Defender’s Office. According to Read More »
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The Race for Second-Choice Votes
Last week’s announcement by Jane Kim and Mark Leno that they would run in tandem against London Breed made perfect sense. The only surprise is that it did not happen sooner.
As I wrote on Read More »
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The San Francisco Chronicle’s October 25 front-page story, “S.F.’s homeless crisis: Can Ed Lee clean up streets,” set a new low for erroneous reporting on the issue. The story’s conclusions—that Mayor Lee has ignored the homeless problem, that homeless coordinator Read More »
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The San Francisco Chronicle announced on October 4 that it is urging a No vote on Prop B, which raids $22 million annually from the city’s health and human services budget. The Chronicle joins tenant groups and a growing list Read More »
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