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Heading to Morcom Rose Garden? Better Leave Your Glitter at Home
Roses are red. Glitter is plastic. Leave the sparkles at home, and you'll be fantastic.

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SF Supervisors Greenlight Stonestown Galleria Revamp to Add 3,500 Homes
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SF May Dismiss Over 100 Cases After Court Rules COVID-19 Delays Unlawful
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San Francisco Police Are Now Restricted From Certain Traffic Stops. Here's Why
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Richmond Collaborates to Transform Point Molate Into a New Regional Park
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UC Poised to Limit Where Academic Departments Can Post Opinions Online
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Housing Affordability

SF Supervisors Greenlight Stonestown Galleria Revamp to Add 3,500 Homes

The board unanimously approved the project which also includes parks, retail shops and service centers at the west side town center.

San Francisco Mayoral Candidates Agree Bold Action Is Needed on Housing. What Are Their Proposals?

The next mayor of San Francisco will lead the city's charge to build nearly 82,000 new state-mandated housing units by 2031.

UC Berkeley Family Housing Tenants Fight Rent Hike, New Parking Fees

The university recently hiked rents and imposed new parking fees at its family housing site, called UC Village, in Albany.

San Francisco Developers Have Mixed Feelings About Peskin’s Middle Income Housing Plan

SF Supervisor Aaron Peskin is creating a new funding program to build ‘middle-income’ housing. Some affordable housing developers are optimistic to get more funding, but others worry it could be making funding more complicated than needed.

Immigration

If Trump Wins: Immigration and Foreign Affairs

Sen. Padilla on the Presidential Debate, Immigration, 2 Years Since Dobbs

Half Moon Bay Farmworker Housing to Go Forward After Council Rejects Appeals

A year after a mass shooting at a mushroom farm in the city brought scrutiny to living conditions for the area’s agricultural workers, advocates are celebrating the progress but say there’s more to do.

More West Africans Making Risky Journey to US, Where an Uncertain Fate Awaits Them

As Europe cracks down on immigration and speeds up deportations, the U.S. has emerged as a destination for West Africans fleeing their countries. But getting here is only half the struggle.

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SF Supervisors Greenlight Stonestown Galleria Revamp to Add 3,500 Homes

The board unanimously approved the project which also includes parks, retail shops and service centers at the west side town center.
The image shows a cement pathway leading through a rose garden. To the left of the path on the grass is a sign that reads "NO GLITTER."

Heading to Morcom Rose Garden? Better Leave Your Glitter at Home

Roses are red. Glitter is plastic. Leave the sparkles at home, and you'll be fantastic.

SF May Dismiss Over 100 Cases After Court Rules COVID-19 Delays Unlawful

The decision could lead to reversals on appeal for defendants who were convicted after being deprived of their right to a speedy trial, according to the San Francisco Public Defender's Office.

San Francisco Police Are Now Restricted From Certain Traffic Stops. Here's Why

The policy limiting 'pretextual stops' was initiated by the citizen-led Police Commission. But soon after, the panel’s powers were sharply curtailed by Proposition E.
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Richmond Collaborates to Transform Point Molate Into a New Regional Park

Point Molate in Richmond is set to become a new regional park after an agreement was reached with the city, East Bay Regional Park District and the Guidiville Rancheria of California.

UC Poised to Limit Where Academic Departments Can Post Opinions Online

UC's Board of Regents is a step closer to requiring that statements of academic departments appear on separate web pages rather than departmental homepages, raising concerns over academic freedom.

Why Conspiracy Theories Spread on the Left and Right After the Assassination Attempt on Trump

Posts filled with evidence-free speculation, hate and abuse have racked up millions of views on a wide variety of social media platforms.

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