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The myth of rent control subsidies

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Dear newly arrived tech population -- with privilege comes responsibility

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Is tech abiding by the country's social contract? And why should we care?

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What of waterfront contemplation if the Warriors Arena lands on the Embarcadero?

What cabs really do

Don't deregulate cabs out of being the essential city service that they are

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We were right about the Iraq war and they were wrong. But have we learned a thing?

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The mayor makes bad deals

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While some hustle to afford a closet to sleep in, many pricey SF pads remain empty

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Sorry we're not sorry, TIC owners -- the law applies to you, too

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Naming the airport after Harvey Milk is a must-do

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Think of it as a managerial tool: the guy who runs public housing should live in it

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The median rent in SF is now $3,100. Desperate times... 

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In the wake of Sandy Hook, we must change our definition of "weapon of mass destruction"

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Outlook is Supreme-ly sunny for gay marriage

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We've got to make the push to public power if we care about our environment's future

Who’s counting the money?

Grow a backbone and actually negotiate with those who'd develop a new arena for the Warriors

District surprises

Big-money efforts could unseat Olague -- but not Mar

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Dems Gone Wild in Sacramento? We wish. 

Editor’s notes: The flood at home

How would the Bay Area fare in a big storm? It's not pretty, but worth thinking about while we can

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The only way to preserve the middle class in the upcoming boom is to aggressively protect existing rental housing stock

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Bow down to Zuckerberg, our lord and master

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When public schools can no longer afford to buy paper, it's time to reconsider the tax system

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Hey Oakland, maybe you should just hand over the Convention Center