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Proposition C

By Carlos Mendoza Proposition C’s plan on regulating lobbyist that spend an amount of $2,500 or higher on city officials and…

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Proposition J

By Marc Arguello Proposition J would establish a legacy business historic preservation fund. If approved, a ‘legacy list’ of businesses in…

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Proposition D

By Jordan Lalata Sponsored and funded by the San Francisco Giants, a yes vote on this measure will convert Lot A,…

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Proposition G

By Naomi Outlaw Also known as the “San Francisco Renewable Energy Truth In Advertising Act”, Proposition G will require the City…

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Proposition B

By Carlos Mendoza Proposition B’s plan on expanding paid parental leave for all employees that work for the City and County…

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Fear and Loathing on the San Francisco Campaign Trail

In the downstairs room of an acquaintance’s house in the Castro District, 34-year-old travel writer and local political commentator Stuart…

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Democracy in Action: 360 Video

See what it’s like to protest with over a hundred other people in the lobby of San Francisco City Hall.

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SF Supervisors limit ads for sugary drinks

A series of ordinances, introduced last week, seek to ban advertising of sugary drinks on city property and require warning labels for advertisements.

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Faith and Politics

Mitch Mayne wants to help other gay Mormons find acceptance.

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FCC Approves Net Neutrality

The new policy bars Internet service providers from controlling broadband speeds based off payment.

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