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Dear Sally Stephens: Chesa Boudin will stand up for crime victims

Dear Sally: Based on your latest column, a “Letter to San Francisco’s…

The debate over mental health policy needs to include those who use city services

By Eddie Stiel, Fancher Larson and Peter J. Sampson San Francisco’s long…

SF neighborhoods demand fixes to Senate Bill 50

Community development planning needs to be equitable

Homeless residents need individualized care and support

There are misconceptions and stigmas associated with homelessness and individuals who experience…

Food subsidies provide a vital lifeline for vulnerable seniors

By Dr. Hilary Seligman and Melissa Cannon Millions of Californians will meet…

Abolish race-based medicine in kidney disease and beyond

Racism in health care made headlines last month when it was revealed…

Say no to the attempted recall of Supervisor Fewer

By Sal Rosselli As Supervisor Sandra Fewer faces a needlessly divisive and…

How to have a stress-free open enrollment

Consumers ought to consult agents while shopping for health care

Recall effort signals desire for less ‘divisive’ leadership in the Richmond District

Recalls in San Francisco are a Sisyphean task. But the current effort…

This is how Kamala Harris has delivered on criminal justice reform for us

Former SF DA’s courageous actions speak for themselves

No one should die homeless on San Francisco’s streets

The City needs commitment, plans for preventing deaths of people without homes

It’s time for the SFGH administration to care about patient care

By Crister Brady San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) is the most important…

The voters have spoken: affordable homes in every neighborhood!

By Fernando Martí and Peter Cohen San Francisco voters made a big…

SF’s failed ‘War on Drugs’ needs innovation to transform the status quo

By Hadi Razzaq San Francisco has historically responded to street-level drug activity…

Street tree removals are a last resort to protect public safety

By Mohammed Nuru and Carla Short Three years ago, San Francisco voters…

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The Potrero Yard housing plan is a bad deal for The City

By Simone Manganelli Earlier this month, San Francisco released its first-ever “Jobs…

A ridehail tax won’t fix traffic congestion

By Susan Vaughan and David Fairley Centuries ago, the Catholic church sold…