Daly to handcuff certain fundraising

Supervisor Chris Daly wants to prevent city employees from engaging in fundraising efforts for nonprofit organizations that support city departments.

Legislation he has introduced to prohibit such an occurrence is before the Board of Supervisors Rules Committee on Thursday. It would require approval by the full board to become law.

The proposal surfaced amid a heated political fight when Daly accused Newsom of “pay to play” politics.

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