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What Prop 22 Passing Would Mean for California, and the Nation’s WorkersBusiness

What Prop 22 Passing Would Mean for California, and the Nation’s Workers

At the time of this writing, proponents of California’s Proposition 22 have spent over $203 million advocating for the measure,
Senator Feinstein’s Husband Broke  in UC Berkeley Admissions ScandalCalifornia

Senator Feinstein’s Husband Broke in UC Berkeley Admissions Scandal

Following a wide-ranging state audit, the UC Admissions process was dealt another blow this past week exposing more ways in
Jackie Fielder’s Hopeful Message Gains Traction Among San Francisco DemocratsCalifornia

Jackie Fielder’s Hopeful Message Gains Traction Among San Francisco Democrats

San Francisco — This year’s California state senate race comes against the backdrop of unprecedented wildfires, over 225,000 deaths nationwide
San Francisco Registers Almost Four Times as Many Fatal Overdoses as Covid Deaths in 2020Bay Area

San Francisco Registers Almost Four Times as Many Fatal Overdoses as Covid Deaths in 2020

San Francisco — If you live in San Francisco, you may not be surprised by an August from the Department
Tenant coalition defends against rent hike in city-owned Midtown Park apartmentsSan Francisco Board of Supervisors

Tenant coalition defends against rent hike in city-owned Midtown Park apartments

Update: The final vote in the Board of Supervisors was held on 10/20/20, and the ordinance passed. San Francisco —
Lack of Internet Access Denying Underserved California Children Remote EducationBay Area

Lack of Internet Access Denying Underserved California Children Remote Education

Earlier this month, the California state legislature quietly killed the ”Broadband for All” bill, SB-1130. The long-awaited bill proposed by
Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22Business

Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22

Since September 2019 when the Legislature passed California Assembly Bill (AB) 5, categorizing app-based drivers as employees rather than independent
Controversial Organization Responsible for Anti-Tent Campaign To Be Helmed by Reverend With Deep Connections to Mayor London BreedBay Area

Controversial Organization Responsible for Anti-Tent Campaign To Be Helmed by Reverend With Deep Connections to Mayor London Breed

San Francisco — Reverend Amos Brown, a longtime ally and ardent supporter of Mayor London Breed, announced on September 8
California Wildfire Data in Desperate Need of Better SynchronizationCalifornia

California Wildfire Data in Desperate Need of Better Synchronization

As the Bay Area hits the dog days of summer, multiple fires burn through California and smoke clogs the skies,