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Dean Preston Casts Only Dissenting Vote on City Budget Which Increases Policing and Defunds Social HousingSan Francisco Board of Supervisors

Dean Preston Casts Only Dissenting Vote on City Budget Which Increases Policing and Defunds Social Housing

SAN FRANCISCO, CA ⁠— On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved the budget negotiated with Mayor London Breed
Mayor Breed Reverses Commitment to Reallocate Police Funds towards the Black CommunityPolice and Justice

Mayor Breed Reverses Commitment to Reallocate Police Funds towards the Black Community

San Francisco — Despite pledges last year to redirect funds from the police and sheriff to San Francisco’s Black community
Board of Supes Unanimously Supports Creation of Nation’s First Municipal Public BankFinance

Board of Supes Unanimously Supports Creation of Nation’s First Municipal Public Bank

San Francisco — The Board of Supervisors took a historic step last Tuesday as they unanimously passed an ordinance that
Dandelion Chocolate Workers and Supporters Rallied After Recent LayoffsBay Area

Dandelion Chocolate Workers and Supporters Rallied After Recent Layoffs

San Francisco — Since Dandelion Chocolate workers publicly announced to unionize in March, they have been fighting against CEO Todd
Supervisor Melgar votes down Free Muni despite 91% of her district supportingBay Area

Supervisor Melgar votes down Free Muni despite 91% of her district supporting

San Francisco — The fight to make San Francisco’s municipal transit — Muni — free for riders has staunch supporters
Demonstrators Successfully Blocked Israeli Cargo Ship at Port of OaklandBay Area

Demonstrators Successfully Blocked Israeli Cargo Ship at Port of Oakland

OAKLAND—Hundreds of demonstrators picketed yesterday in front of six different gates at the Port of Oakland to block an Israeli
Mayor Announces New Budget Without Including Voter-Approved Affordable HousingBay Area

Mayor Announces New Budget Without Including Voter-Approved Affordable Housing

San Francisco — “Trickle-down economics has never worked, and it’s time to grow the economy from the bottom and the
SF Teacher’s Union Votes to Support Palestinians Against Israeli OccupationBay Area

SF Teacher’s Union Votes to Support Palestinians Against Israeli Occupation

San Francisco — The United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) voted to support occupied Palestine amid the escalating crises brought
SF Head of Homeless Response Blames Homelessness on Amenities and Pushes EnforcementBay Area

SF Head of Homeless Response Blames Homelessness on Amenities and Pushes Enforcement

A series of emails, released via the Sunshine Act, showed one of San Francisco’s top homelessness chiefs arguing that providing
Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron DayBay Area

Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron Day

RICHMOND—Last Friday, climate activists organized the 8th annual Anti-Chevron Day in front of the Chevron Richmond Refinery. Many who participated