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SF Slow to React to Racial Disparity in COVID Response, Grants Free Testing

SF Slow to React to Racial Disparity in COVID Response, Grants Free Testing

San Francisco has done well to curb the virus and slow infections, but
Despite Sanctuary Laws and COVID-19, ICE Raids Persist

Despite Sanctuary Laws and COVID-19, ICE Raids Persist

From September 18 to October 3, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials arrested
Democrats Didn’t Even Cut the Wood For Arrows in the Quiver

Democrats Didn’t Even Cut the Wood For Arrows in the Quiver

The Democrats had nowhere to turn when Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing gave Republicans
What Prop 22 Passing Would Mean for California, and the Nation’s Workers

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
Senator Feinstein’s Husband Broke  in UC Berkeley Admissions Scandal

Senator Feinstein’s Husband Broke in UC Berkeley Admissions Scandal

Following a wide-ranging state audit, the UC Admissions process was dealt another blow
Jackie Fielder’s Hopeful Message Gains Traction Among San Francisco Democrats

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

San Francisco — This year’s California state senate race comes against the backdrop
Lack of Internet Access Denying Underserved California Children Remote Education

Lack of Internet Access Denying Underserved California Children Remote Education

Earlier this month, the California state legislature quietly killed the ”Broadband for All”
Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22

Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22

Since September 2019 when the Legislature passed California Assembly Bill (AB) 5, categorizing