For 24 years, Nancy Pelosi has represented San Francisco. Now, she may also represent Marin County.
In a break from its policy to keep geographic areas in a single district, the California Redistricting Commission is considering a plan to split San Francisco down its hilly middle into two congressional districts.
To see a map of the proposed redistricting of San Francisco, click on the photo to the right. Read More
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., issued a statement Satuday calling for the resignation of Rep. Anthony Weiner, the New York Democrat who admitted to sending explicit messages and photographs to a series of women.
Joining Pelosi in calling for Weiner to step down was Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., who chairs the House Democratic campaign committee. Read More
Democratic pressure for Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) to resign mounts after an uncensored photo of the congressman’s genitals was leaked Wednesday. Weiner admitted to sending lewd pictures over the internet to several women during his Monday press conference. Here’s the new rundown of Democratic reactions to Weinergate:
At this point, 9 Democratic leaders have called for his resignation: Read More
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other top Democrats are "furious" with Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., and are stepping up the pressure for him to quit by calling for an ethics investigation, aides said Tuesday.
Weiner has refused to resign after admitting that he sent "inappropriate" messages and photographs of himself to a half-dozen women via social networking sites. Read More
The Daily Caller‘s Matthew Boyle has a great catch today on a batch of Obamacare waivers issued by HHS last month: Read More
United States House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has criticized the cyber attacks aimed at Change.org, a locally run website that recently espoused the cause of Ai WeiWei, a jailed Chinese dissident. Read More
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Monday helped unveil an affordable housing complex for developmentally disabled people in San Francisco's Richmond District.Pelosi and Lee joined San Francisco Supervisor Eric Mar and several other dignitaries for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour at the St. Peter's Place/29th Avenue Apartments. Read More
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg — famous for his casual approach to dressing as a billionaire — cleaned up and donned a jacket and tie for his Wednesday question and answer with President Barack Obama. Read More
An $800,000 federal grant will pay for the upgrade of the San Francisco Emergency Operations Center which runs without a back-up power supply one of the facility’s “critical weaknesses.”
The federal grant was awarded to the Department of Emergency management to pay for power and communications system improvements of the city’s emergency operations center. It was unanimously approved Tuesday by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Read More
Senators John Kerry and Max Baucus have an interesting opinion article in the Wall Street Journal today urging ratification of the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement. It’s interesting not so much for what it says as for whom it’s addressed to. Kerry and Baucus make in straightforward terms the case for the Colombia FTA—it would open new markets to U.S. Read More