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Two drug execs escape jail … for now

November 7, 2006
By G.W. Schulz Two former executives at the San Francisco-based McKesson Corp. escaped prison sentences by the skin of their teeth late last week in...

Prosecute election theft

EDITORIAL There's no doubt at all that a group of downtown businesses operating through a series of supposedly independent political committees organized in part...

The dirt in D6

Daly hit with stealthy attacks linked to the mentor of his main opponent

Why won’t the PG@E attorney for supervisor answer some questions?

October 20, 2006
Douglas Chan, an attorney with the law firm of Chan, Doi, and Leal, is a candidate for supervisor from the Sunset District....

No limits

October 6, 2006
By Steven T. Jones Well, the gloves have come off in the District 6 supervisorial race. The Ethics Commission has just announced that the voluntary...

District 6 sleaze

EDITORIAL The fall campaign season has only begun, and already the District 6 race is getting really ugly. A downtown-funded operation, hiding behind anonymous...

The Village Voice, 1953 to October 2005 (the date the New Times purchased the Voice), RIP

September 1, 2006
The hitman cometh There’s a key phrase in this morning’s New York Times account of the Mike Lacey massacre at the Village Voice (“Village Voice...

WEDNESDAY

AUG 2 Californian campaigns Come to a campaign finance reform panel with Kris Greenlee of California Common Cause; Maria Guillen of SEIU Local 790; and Dan...

Sunburned

Document battle frustrates the mayor's flacks and galvanizes a new breed of activist

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› tredmond@sfbg.com The local daily newspapers haven't paid much attention to it, but there's a ferocious fuss going on in the blog world over political...

Business ethics 101

The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce's publishing company is accused of shorting employees

Last call?

City commission pushes booze ban at North Beach festivals, raising concerns about an antifun crackdown at the start of the street fair season

Follow the Money

Pombo's campaign warchest leads to Abramoff and Big Oil

The political puppeteer

February 4, 2004
Campaign attorney Jim Sutton has used his connections, legal knowledge, and aggressive strategies to become the go-to guy in San Francisco politics.

The political puppeteer

February 4, 2004
Campaign attorney Jim Sutton has used his connections, legal knowledge, and aggressive strategies to become the go-to guy in San Francisco politics.