Twitter is at the center of a controversial tax break plan in San Francisco, which proponents say can aid with jobs, blight and business growth. Opponents say it helps corporations get an economic free pass. We parse through the pros and cons of the so-called Twitter tax break.
Tax Break for Twitter?
Rachel Gordon, city hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco supervisor, District 5
David Chiu, San Francisco supervisor, District 3 and president of the Board of Supervisors
Jennifer Matz, director of the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
Gabriel Haaland, San Francisco political director for the SEIU 1021
John Avalos, San Francisco supervisor, District 11
Peter Jon Shuler, reporter for KQED News