On narrow economic issues maybe SF is in general Left. On broad social issues too. But of course those two categories are always intertwined, with the devil in the details so it’s probably a fruitless exercise to debate what direction Read More »
TOP OF THE MARK.
While Mark may not be the ideal choice, especially of ‘the left’, he is possibly the only one with a chance of prevailing and at least slowing down the sale of the city. Maybe it’s time Read More »
Good piece on the looming Leno vs. Lee campaign. I would be pretty neutral on Mayor Lee were it not for one issue; i.e. despite feeling that he’s a little soft on developers I think he’s also done some good Read More »
I have not seen an explanation as to why the Proposition E the measure called for the proceeds of the tax to be used for “nutrition, physical activity, and health programs in public schools, parks, and elsewhere” thus requiring a Read More »
Love your article about AirBnB, but it leads me to wonder: where is the Mayor’s Office on Disability on this topic? Why are they not consulted, and even if they have to take the initiative and weigh in before discussions Read More »
Thanks for your great and ongoing coverage of the soda tax issue. Just a couple of corrections to your soda tax and social media article.
1) the campaign was always grassroots. Larry came in after over a year of Read More »
Dear Editor, Enclosed is a letter to the editor submission in response to “Positive Environmental News? It’s true”, about the upcoming closing of the comment period on the EPA’s proposed clean water rule to restore Clean Water Act protections to Read More »