Supervisor Stefani Endorses Recall of DA Chesa Boudin

The supervisor could be a potential candidate for the job if San Francisco’s progressive prosecutor is recalled in June.

Tax-Free Stock from Wealthy Individuals Helps Fuel Recall of DA Chesa Boudin

Four individuals have given almost $900,000 worth of stock directly to the committee in charge of recalling SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin. The reason they gave stock instead of cash is unknown, but one reason could be to avoid paying a capital gains tax.

Supervisors Preview: Housing Hopes and Headaches, and the New Guy

District 6 Supervisor Matt Dorsey’s first board meeting includes a possible clash between Breed, Preston over housing.

Mayor Breed Taps Matt Dorsey, a Police Spokesperson and Longtime Civil Servant, to Lead District 6

Dorsey said he was driven by his personal experience in addiction recovery and by watching a fentanyl epidemic take hold.

The Symbolism of Chesa Boudin: How the National Media is Playing the DA Recall

We read all the stories so you don’t have to.

SF’s Budget Includes ‘Enterprise Departments’. Here’s What That Means

These revenue-generating departments make up roughly half of San Francisco’s budget in a typical year, but some got hit hard by Covid.

Recology Backtracks on Fighting Garbage Rate Reform in SF, Will Now Back June Ballot Measure

Recology spent nearly $400,000 on an ill-fated attempt to undercut reform. Now the firm is backing the measure it sought to water down.

June Propositions: Everything You Should Know Before You Vote

On June 7, San Franciscans will vote on eight policy questions. Some seem pretty simple, but are much more complicated than they appear.

Celebrated Plan to Close SF’s Juvenile Hall in Tatters as City Moves to Build New Facility

Supervisors’ 2019 commitment to swap the previous 150-bed juvenile detention center with a less punitive facility has gone unfulfilled.

Worry Spreads Over Fate of Other Civil Rights as SF Reacts to Supreme Court Draft Decision Overturning Roe

City and state leaders denounced the potential ruling, with Gov. Gavin Newsom moving to enshrine the right to an abortion in California’s Constitution.