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State bill allows CCSF to earn back enrollment funding

For the next five years, City College of San Francisco will have…

 

Stabilized funding for city parks secured through Prop. B passage

Voters set aside a decade of steady funding for San Francisco parks…

 

FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 file photo, dignitaries and VIP's line up to sign a portion of the rail at the California High Speed Rail Authority ground breaking event, Tuesday, in Fresno, Calif. A transportation bill passed as part of the Democratic state budget would reduce the reporting requirements for the California High-Speed Rail Authority, which critics say is a move to lessen transparency on the controversial $68 billion project. The agency that oversees the project says it brings reporting in line with its annual budgeting and reporting cycles. (AP Photo/Gary Kazanjian, File)

Lawmakers cut reporting rules for California high-speed rail

SACRAMENTO — A measure approved by legislative Democrats this week cuts the…

 

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Schools are doomed without resources

Another school year has ended, which wraps another year of people pretending…

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse

The National Institute on Drug Abuse has spent $3,634,807 over the past…

State and local officials vow to appeal denial of San Bruno disaster funds

State and local officials are appealing a decision by the Federal Emergency…

Domestic violence funding to be restored

State Sen. Leland Yee's emergency legislation to restore funding to California’s domestic…