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Investing in Transportation: Let’s Regain Our Momentum

Today, National Transportation Infrastructure Day, is a good time to call attention…

Without action San Francisco is in danger of losing its teachers

San Francisco is rapidly becoming unaffordable to our public school teachers and…

Holding City College’s Accreditors Accountable

For nearly three years, San Franciscans have united to save City College…

Marti and Cohen: Housing our city’s workforce

One of the bitter ironies of this boom economy is that a…

Adachi: “Stop Snitchin’” Culture Plagues Law Enforcement

The most influential Stop Snitchin’ campaign in San Francisco isn’t in the…

Kaiser CEO’s vision may need checking

The San Francisco Chronicle will host a gala dinner Tuesday to present…

A voter revolt is brewing

A voter revolt is brewing in San Francisco. That’s according to a…

It’s Throwback Thursday for the FCC with net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this week embarked on its own Throwback…

This Lunar New Year, supporting #BlackLivesMatter is the Chinese thing to do

When grandma, smiling, hands you that red envelope with its crisp dollar…

Pushing for a more inclusive Uber

Many people with disabilities enjoy the convenience and lower cost of ride…

Good Samaritans are all around The City

When a large apartment building in the heart of the Mission erupted…

Teaching hands-only CPR is a life-saver

On Sept. 18, 2011, I died. Technically died. My heart stopped beating…

It was jobs, jobs, jobs – now it’s housing, housing, housing

You can leave your heart in San Francisco. You just can't afford…

Public land ideal for affordable housing

There's been a lot of talk lately about using our publicly controlled…

City’s blacks still facing racism issues

As the month of February celebrating black history has come to a…

SF needs a stronger foundation for affordable housing

Within the next week, my wife, Lisa, and I will bring a…

Creating safe medicine disposal options

We all have a cabinet or drawer filled with expired or unwanted…

It’s still called trickle-down economics, even in San Francisco

Who Paid Attention in Economics 101? Something unsettling has occurred - the…

A new energy future awaits

Daly City recently took a small step forward to change the way…

Youths leading fight against sugary drinks

When I trained at San Francisco General Hospital in the early 1990s,…