What made it onto the California state ballot, and what didn’t? Plus: California signs a record-breaking $308 billion state budget.
A GOP operative filed a lawsuit challenging a local ordinance granting non-citizens a say in SFUSD races, and the city is fighting back.
A proposed tax would apply to San Francisco landlords, with proceeds intended to fund the creation of affordable housing. But there are a few key exemptions.
Out of the 58,000 people who left the city between 2020 and 2021, more than two-thirds were aged 20 to 34.
SF’s Chinese American community is grappling with deep political rifts. Its current leaders are struggling to bridge the divide.
The strongly anti-choice Pope Francis delivered a message about his vision for the Catholic Church—which stood in stark contrast to that of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.
The board also started the clock on the DA appointment, paving the way for the mayor to appoint a replacement.
Mayor Breed must wait at least 10 days to appoint a new DA, but one of her mentors thinks Chesa Boudin could win back his old job.
The mayor’s office and supes agreed on a citywide spending plan in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. It must be approved by the full Board of Supervisors in July.
The board finalizes the June election results, finances affordable projects, and revives a pair of housing bills that have dragged out for months.