Politics

Pelosi slams Facebook over doctored video

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sharply criticized Facebook for not taking down a doctored video of her.

New subsidy program could make senior housing more affordable

Proposal by Board President Norman Yee would affect units currently in pipeline

Mayor Breed rejects call for Chief Scott to step down over Adachi leak

Spokesperson: ‘The mayor has not asked the chief to resign and she is not asking for his resignation’

Voters could be asked to approve massive expansion of mental health, substance abuse services

Proposed ballot measure seeks to address lack of options for those seeking treatment

NAACP throws support behind police chief after call for his resignation

Chief came under fire after raid on journalist’s home

Haney calls for growing housing bond to include ‘a lot more’ mental health services

Mayor London Breed on Friday increased the proposed measure to $600 million

Police chief acknowledges raid on journalist’s home may have violated state laws

Admission marks major turnaround for department after outrage over First Amendment violation

Deal reached to fund Free City College, withdraw ballot measure

City to provide $15 million annually for 10 years toward tuition subsidy program for SF residents

Tax on Uber, Lyft rides rolls toward the ballot

Measure has support of Mayor London Breed, most of Board of Supervisors

Voters could give public, Board of Supervisors greater say over homeless department

Supervisor Matt Haney introduced charter amendment Tuesday creating new oversight commission

Showdown looms over ‘contentious’ proposal to compel homeless into treatment

Unclear if Conservatorship legislation has votes to win approval by the Board of Supervisors

Facing scrutiny, Mayor Breed says she’s ‘not okay’ with police raids on journalists

‘The more we learn, the less appropriate it looks to me,’ mayor says of SFPD action

The raid on a journalist’s home is San Francisco’s disgrace — and it has only gotten worse

San Francisco’s crackdown on a journalist in an effort to uncover his…

San Francisco’s homeless population is on the rise

Early results of 2019 count shows over 1,000 more people homeless than in previous years

Proposal to shut down juvenile hall gains momentum

Opponents say plan could hurt the youth it is intended to help

Wiener’s housing density bill dead in the water until 2020

Vote on Senate Bill 50 postponed by Appropriations Committee

SFPD Chief Scott stands behind widely condemned raid on journalist’s home

Scott: Officers followed the ‘appropriate legal process’ in search

JUUL files ballot measure to block vape ban

Backed by tobacco giant Phillip Morris, company pushing initiative to protect e-cigarette sales

SF to launch Office of Racial Equity

New body would work to help city agencies, policy makers avoid disparate outcomes and impacts

Mayor Breed walks the line in response to police raid on journalist’s home

The search has been widely criticized as a violation of press freedom