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Month: February 2021

Chat with Alphabet Union Spokesman Alex GorowaraBusiness

Chat with Alphabet Union Spokesman Alex Gorowara

Last month, workers representing Google announced the formation of the Alphabet Workers Union(AWU), culminating years of worker activism at one
UCSF Parnassus: The Battle for Affordable Housing in the City, in MiniatureSan Francisco Board of Supervisors

UCSF Parnassus: The Battle for Affordable Housing in the City, in Miniature

San Francisco — A heated political battle has begun in the city over new housing development adjacent to the University
Newsom Chooses Insider Lobbyist as New Chief of StaffCalifornia

Newsom Chooses Insider Lobbyist as New Chief of Staff

Effective January 1, 2021, Governor Newsom’s team announced that Jim DeBoo will serve as Executive Secretary and lead the ​Office
Biden administration signals end to support of Yemen genocide after international Day of ActionBay Area

Biden administration signals end to support of Yemen genocide after international Day of Action

San Francisco — On February 4, the Biden administration announced plans to end support for “offensive operations” by Saudi Arabia
San Francisco Failing to House Unsheltered Residents During COVID CrisisHomelessness

San Francisco Failing to House Unsheltered Residents During COVID Crisis

Swift action to put shelter-in-place orders into effect on March 16, 2020 won San Francisco’s mayor, London Breed, applause amongst