Proposition G on the November ballot would make it San Francisco’s policy that corporations are not persons, and should therefore not have the same rights. Under current federal law, corporations are allowed to donate unlimited amounts...
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All those ads for the new Lady Gaga album? Not exactly legal. En Español
Households with children might join the ranks of those protected from owner move-in evictions if new legislation passes.
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