Candidates for Governor Tangle Over Height Limits on S.F. Waterfront
Antonio Villaraigosa took an election year swipe at his gubernatorial competitor Gavin Newsom on his home turf over an "elitist" lawsuit that would strip SF voters' rights to set height limits for new buildings along the city's waterfront. Melissa Caen reports. (1-12-18)

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