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DACA recipients came to this country as children through no fault of their own, and they have gone on to enroll in colleges, start businesses, and buy homes. They are our neighbors, our colleagues, our friends.”
“I am thrilled that the top court in the land has recognized that federal anti-discrimination laws protect our LBGTQ community.”
In filing before the CPUC, San Francisco questions the legality of PG&E plan to raise $7.5 billion by borrowing against revenue raised from a new charge on ratepayer bills
“We will not let the Trump Administration block decades of progress because they refuse to accept science.”
“It is time for these companies to pay their fair share. They should not be able to stick taxpayers with the bill for the damage they knew they were causing.”
“We’re pleased that our investigation and civil enforcement action has led to criminal charges against Mr. Santos.”
Spending more time indoors means we’ve been finding new ways to stay entertained
“These companies are headquartered in San Francisco. We are going to police our own to ensure the law is followed, workers are protected, and the marketplace is fair.”
Surveillance video shows more than 150 people streaming into illegal nightclub over 48 hours, endangering public health and threatening to spread coronavirus
Lyon was a pioneer and activist in the fight for marriage equality
City Attorney works with SFPD to protect public health and prevent illegal gathering during pandemic
What’s it like to be an intern at the City Attorney’s Office? Former interns discuss their experiences, including addressing the coronavirus.
Former interns at the City Attorney’s Office weigh on what their time in the office was like.
Transparency will allow policymakers to make informed decisions on traffic safety, climate change, accessibility and congestion
Forged permit scandal at Santos & Urrutia Associates grows to nine properties
Public corruption probe uncovers that DBI Director Tom Hui abused his office to provide preferential treatment to developer and permit expediter
Yale Law School clinic expands to support the City Attorney’s Office draft public comments
Members of the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project — Duncan Hosie ’21, Emma Sokoloff-Rubin ’18 (fellow), Shannon Manley ’20 (bottom center) and Melissa Fich ’21.
Former Deputy City Attorney Burk “Buck” Delventhal to be honored with namesake rotunda in City Hall, receive prestigious public service award
Former Deputy City Attorney Buck Delventhal
Developer, permit expediter and investment group among companies that must turn over records in investigation tied to former Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru
Probe also leads to cancellation of $171,000 portable toilet contract with company tied to restaurateur Nick Bovis; more contracts are under review
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera and Oakland City Attorney Barbara J. Parker’s statement on climate damages lawsuit hearing