Good Morning Mission!

It’s 7 a.m. and 54º, headed to 59º. It will be a cool day and we could see showers in the afternoon.

Californians voted to raise sales taxes and income taxes on high earners Tuesday with the passage of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Prop. 30. The measure will allow California to avoid deep spending cuts to public schools, community colleges and universities.

The election also handed Democrats a supermajority in the state legislature, ensuring that Republicans have little to no say in Sacramento and that Democrats can unilaterally raise taxes.

And the Bay Citizen reports that the state medical board is stepping up its investigations of people posing as doctors, including a San Francisco man arrested earlier this year who is accused of performing liposuction on a patient in the Mission District while smoking a cigar.

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