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Young Voters Seek More From Harris on Climate Action and a Cease-Fire in Israel
Big-name environmentalist groups quickly endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday, but not all young climate advocates are convinced she is the right candidate.

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Berkeley Council Scales Down Major Housing Reform of Single-Family Zoning
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Reckoning on Sexual Assault Roils SF Democrats as Mayoral Endorsement Looms
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'We Are Not Going Back': Harris Girds for Fight at Exuberant Wisconsin Rally
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West Oakland Steel Recycler Charged With 10 Crimes After Toxic Fire Last Summer
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Donald Trump Donated $6,000 to Kamala Harris, but She Gave It Away to Human Rights Nonprofit
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Systemic Neglect: How Staffing Shortages In Nursing Homes Leave Patients Trapped in Hospitals
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Can California Build a Million EV Charging Stations to Meet Its Clean Energy Goals?
How to Take a Road Trip With an EV (Without the Range Anxiety)
John Legend on Kamala Harris’ Campaign: ‘I Feel So Optimistic’
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Housing Affordability

Berkeley Council Scales Down Major Housing Reform of Single-Family Zoning

The Berkeley City Council on Tuesday put limits on a proposal that would have allowed an unrestricted number of small apartments in single-family and otherwise low-density neighborhoods.

After Ballot Measure for New City Is Delayed, Solano Residents Breathe a Sigh of Relief

Both critics and supporters of California Forever’s plan to build a city from scratch in Solano County say the company was right to pull its initiative from the November ballot.

Oakland Sweeps Beach Encampment Where Unhoused Residents Sued to Stay Put

The residents’ federal court case against their eviction was seen as an early test of a major Supreme Court ruling on homelessness last month.

California Latinos Call on Local, National Leaders to Address Housing, Economy

In heavily Democratic California, Latinos are not likely to switch parties, despite high housing costs and the remnants of inflation, which are prompting some Latinos nationally to don red.

Immigration

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Thousands of San Francisco Hotel Workers Ready for Strike Vote

The union representing about 3,000 employees at Marriott, Hilton and Hyatt hotels is holding a strike authorization vote as contracts are set to expire next month.

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.

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Berkeley Council Scales Down Major Housing Reform of Single-Family Zoning

The Berkeley City Council on Tuesday put limits on a proposal that would have allowed an unrestricted number of small apartments in single-family and otherwise low-density neighborhoods.

Young Voters Seek More From Harris on Climate Action and a Cease-Fire in Israel

Big-name environmentalist groups quickly endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday, but not all young climate advocates are convinced she is the right candidate.

Reckoning on Sexual Assault Roils SF Democrats as Mayoral Endorsement Looms

The San Francisco Democratic Party’s main organizing body is considering new policies to address sexual misconduct after a series of high-profile allegations.

'We Are Not Going Back': Harris Girds for Fight at Exuberant Wisconsin Rally

Vice President Kamala Harris held her first rally since effectively becoming the Democratic nominee following Biden's announcement Sunday that he will not run for reelection.

West Oakland Steel Recycler Charged With 10 Crimes After Toxic Fire Last Summer

The charges are the first ever filed by an Alameda County district attorney for environmental crimes committed by a corporation, according to current DA Pamela Price.
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Donald Trump Donated $6,000 to Kamala Harris, but She Gave It Away to Human Rights Nonprofit

Trump donated a total of $6,000 to support Harris' bid for reelection as attorney general of California in 2014. Years later, Harris' team said she had given that money to a human rights nonprofit.
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John Legend on Kamala Harris’ Campaign: ‘I Feel So Optimistic’

In town to appear with the San Francisco Symphony, the star tells KQED that ‘I believe she’s truly ready.’

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