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Mayoral Candidates Respond — or Do Not — to Our Issues Questionnaire

Noah Arroyo, San Francisco Public Press — May 31 2018 - 7:37am

Three of the eight candidates for mayor answered our policy questions and offered feedback. The questionnaire was inspired by an analysis of key political issues that have come before the Board of Supervisors.

Data-Driven Questions for the Mayoral Candidates

Noah Arroyo, San Francisco Public Press — May 24 2018 - 7:16am

Exclusive: The San Francisco Public Press partnered with faculty at the University of California, Davis, to produce a unique questionnaire — inspired by an analysis of the key political issues that have come before the city’s legislators.

In Mayoral Run, Leno Promises to ‘Get Serious’ About Affordable Housing Crisis

Joe Eskenazi, San Francisco Public Press — May 7 2018 - 7:00am

As the father of San Francisco’s inclusionary-housing ordinance, which requires developers to build below-market-rate apartments or pay a hefty fee, mayoral candidate Mark Leno calls for mandatory higher percentages for developers building on transit corridors or city-owned parcels. He also has vowed to "end street homelessness by 2020," in part by filling vacancies in private, single-room occupancy hotels. First in a series analyzing the mayoral candidates' records and pledges on housing and homelessness.

Coverage of Acting Mayor London Breed and the Death of Ed Lee

Lila LaHood and Michael Winter, San Francisco Public Press — Dec 12 2017 - 2:36pm

Board of Supervisors President London Breed becomes acting mayor of San Francisco after the death of Ed Lee. She is the city's first female African-American chief executive, and the first woman in the job since Dianne Feinstein took over in 1978 after Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were assassinated in City Hall.

Tracking of medical pot data, key aim of state program, varies greatly by county

Hank Drew, SF Public Press — Jan 17 2011 - 2:13pm

San Francisco hands back applications to cannabis card users

San Francisco is among the most active cities in California in easing access to medical marijuana, having issued more than one-third of the 47,828 cannabis cards in the state. But unlike surrounding counties, San Francisco has a long-standing practice of handing back the paper applications for cards and not recording the names of patients or the doctors who give them the required recommendations.
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