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San Francisco’s D7 Has Another Tight Race

Posted September 8, 2020 by

Four Candidates Can Win The most competitive San Francisco race this November is for D7 supervisor. This is consistent with its past races. When San Francisco resumed district elections in 2000 Tony Hall defeated Mabel Teng in the December runoff
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19th San Francisco DocFest Reviews

Posted September 8, 2020 by

Raymond Chandler once famously wrote about how the Santa Ana winds could push people to murder.  For viewers who’ve never had the pleasure of living with the Santa Ana winds, seeing the halny at full strength may give you an
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Labor Day 2020: California Farmworkers at Risk

Posted September 7, 2020 by

A deepening COVID­-19 crisis­­­–now surging in most California agricultural counties–puts farmworkers in the pandemic’s crosshairs. Thousands of farm and packinghouse workers have contracted the virus in the agricultural counties of Imperial, Kern, Kings, Tulare, Merced, Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Monterey, Ventura.
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California’s Epic Housing Fail

Posted September 1, 2020 by

Voters Must Elect Pro-Housing Candidates In May 2019 I described how Democratic leaders were failing to address California’s housing shortage. The just completed 2020 legislative session was even worse, as it topped off at last night’s midnight deadline with the
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