Proposed SF Waterfront Condo Project Could Have Dueling Ballot MeasuresA disputed San Francisco waterfront condominium project will could now have two competing measures on the November ballot.
Rival To Dump Ad Critical Of Gov. Brown's Tax InitiativeThe campaign for a November ballot initiative that seeks to raise income taxes on most Californians to fund public schools is phasing out a TV ad that criticizes a rival tax measure pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
SF Business Tax Reform Plans Combined For November Ballot San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and the Board of Supervisors reached a compromise on Monday for a November ballot proposal that could bring dramatic reform the city’s business tax system.
Blunder Could Leave San Jose Library Measure Off The November BallotThe San Jose City Clerk's Office made a mistake in calculating the number of signatures a library petition would need to qualify for the November ballot.
San Jose Voters To Decide On Minimum Wage Increase In NovemberVoters in San Jose will get to decide on a measure to increase the city's minimum wage to $10 now that the proposal has made the November ballot.
KCBS In Depth: The Death Penalty In CaliforniaAn interview with Jeanne Woodford, Executive Director of Death Penalty Focus and former San Quentin State Prison warden, on the possible future of the death penalty in the state of California
South Bay Lawmaker Concerned About Tax RevenuesThere is a concern that tax revenues will not meet expectations from state officials.
California Voters Could Face Two Tax Measures On November BallotThe fight over two competing tax measures is just starting to heat up as the November election draws closer.
Phil Matier: Brown Criticizes Rival California Tax ProposalsGovernor Jerry Brown is speaking out against two tax proposals that would likely compete with his tax measure on the November ballot.
Another Pension Reform Plan Makes It Onto San Francisco’s Nov. BallotThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a pension and health care reform plan to be placed on the November ballot.
Measure To End San Francisco Park Fee Approved For November BallotA ballot measure to block San Francisco from raising or adding fees at its parks has sparked a passionate debate about how the city will fund park facilities without unduly restricting public access.
San Francisco Police Officers Approve Contract PlanSan Francisco police officers have approved the plan, which calls for them to contribute more to their pensions, in exchange for raises and no layoffs this year.