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News, The Snitch San Francycle: Bike to School Day Is More Popular Than You Think

San Francycle: Bike to School Day Is More Popular Than You Think

At last, an answer to the question that has long intrigued San Francisco: Is it a good idea to ask kids to bike to school? As it turns out: Yes. Yes, it is. When we were young, Bike to School…
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News, Sucka Free City Pot committed: S.F. doubles up on its pot task force

Pot committed: S.F. doubles up on its pot task force

Supervisor David Campos recently announced his intention to create a medical marijuana task force to advise him and his board colleagues on issues involving the "compassionate community." The 13-member panel, Campos said, would include people who grow, distribute, and use…
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It's the Law ... Sort Of

If few of the elected officials who signed a law into existence can be bothered to follow it, and the government commission charged with implementing that law opts not to enforce it — well, what does that say? It says…
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News, Sucka Free City

Coming to Terms

So the Castro's reigning supervisor, Bevan Dufty, is tinkering with his Board of Supes term limit extension charter amendment, hoping to nab five other board members' yeas and serve it up on your November ballot. Dufty has worked out the…
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News, Sucka Free City Why Cry for Wi-Fi?

Why Cry for Wi-Fi?

Despite all the recent hoopla, Mayor Gavin Newsom's deal last April with Google and EarthLink to offer free wireless Internet service for rich and poor San Franciscans could be a long time coming. That's because the city's "independent" budget analyst…
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Letters to the Editor

Runways in the bay: Matt Smith got it right: " in a mile of the bay to protect regional economic growth would involve a careful evaluation of benefits and costs; this is how all sound policy decisions are made ..."…
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