Legislation banning toys from being sold in San Francisco as part of fast-food meals that do not meet certain nutritional standards is set to go into effect in the city Thursday.
While Occupy San Francisco protesters repeatedly said they anticipated some kind of police action late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning to clear their protest site at Justin Herman Plaza, such a raid never materialized.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to establish standards for bird-safe buildings in the city.
Legislation to combat wage theft in San Francisco is picking up momentum at the Board of Supervisors.
As thousands across the Bay Area pumped up their tires and checked their helmets for Bike To Work Day, others gathered to call for changes that would slow traffic on one of San Francisco’s most dangerous streets.
San Francisco’s legislation prohibiting toys from fast-food meals that don’t meet certain nutritional standards may get a light-hearted skewering soon on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.”
An effort to force fast-food restaurants to make the meals they market to children healthier passed a San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee Monday.