S.F. Board of Supervisors' Vote Throws Police Commission Into ChaosA surprise vote at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday has rendered the San Francisco Police Commission inoperable for the next two months.
Smokers Mount Fight Against Flavored Tobacco Ban In San FranciscoSmokers in San Francisco on Thursday gathered to mount a push to fight a ban on flavored tobacco products.
San Francisco Becomes First U.S. Major City To Ban Sale Of FurThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a measure that prohibits the sale of fur clothes, accessories, even souvenirs in stores and online.
Stefani To Take Acting San Francisco Mayor's Spot On Board of SupervisorsActing San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell announced Tuesday he has selected his former legislative aide and current County Clerk Catherine Stefani to take over his spot on the Board of Supervisors.
Longtime HIV/AIDS Activist Appointed District 8 San Francisco SupervisorMayor Ed Lee has appointed a longtime HIV and AIDS activist as District 8 supervisor, the mayor's office announced Friday morning.
Progressives Could Lose Majority On SF Board Of SupervisorsThe balance of power on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors could be set to shift following Tuesday's election, in which six board seats were up for grabs.
Building Inspectors Face Tough Questions At Hearing On Leaning SF High-RiseSupervisor Aaron Peskin grilled members of the city's Department of Building Inspection Friday on why the design of the Millennium Tower was not reviewed more rigorously when the department first approved the design.
Lawmakers Pass CCSF Free Tuition Resolution, Send Plan To Tax Rich Homebuyers To VotersSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors voted 10-1 in favor of a resolution to make CCSF free to residents and city workers.
San Francisco Gun Safety Proposal Passed Unanimously By Board Of SupervisorsThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to pass a package of gun safety policies that has already prompted San Francisco’s last remaining gun shop to shutter its doors this week.
SF Supes Approve 'Comfort Women' Memorial To WWII Sex Slaves For Japanese SoldiersOvercoming the opposition of the Japanese government and some Bay Area Japanese-Americans, San Francisco Supervisors have voted to build a memorial to so-called "comfort women" who were sex slaves during World War II.
Funding Request For New Jail In San Jose ClearedThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors has voted to support an application to request state money to fund a new jail facility in San Jose.
National Beverage Group Sues City Of San Francisco; Claims Soda Warnings, Ad Ban Violate First AmendmentThe American Beverage Association has sued the city of San Francisco, claiming new legislation requiring health warning labels on sugary beverages and prohibiting advertisements of them on city property violates the First Amendment.

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