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“We’re pleased that Mr. Santos has been indicted on federal criminal charges following our investigation and civil enforcement actions.”
Web-based car company ruled a rental car company under California law
Wong and his companies will repay $1.45M received under contracts with the City, plus pay $317,000 in penalties for ethics violations. The settlement also bars Wong and his companies from doing business with the City or acting as a permit expediter for five years.
Recology agrees to immediately lower rates and to reimburse customers for past refuse collection overcharges
The suspensions are the first to be brought under new legislation that Herrera introduced
AzulWorks, Inc. provided illegal gifts to former Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru as part of a bribery scheme while receiving 16 contracts from the City
Surveillance video shows more than 150 people streaming into illegal nightclub over 48 hours, endangering public health and threatening to spread coronavirus
City Attorney works with SFPD to protect public health and prevent illegal gathering during pandemic
Forged permit scandal at Santos & Urrutia Associates grows to nine properties
San Francisco voters are too smart to be fooled by Juul.
City Sightseeing refused to pay health care costs for 215 employees and thumbed its nose at the law
San Francisco’s approach strikes the right balance
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals agrees with lower court, says the president exceeded his authority
Appellate court upholds SF law that prevents discrimination against Section 8 renters; Lembi-affiliated landlord, real estate broker must accept federal housing vouchers
The attorney general’s memo claiming that religious freedom is a license to discriminate is breathtaking in its scope
Federal judge denies president’s request to lift the enforcement freeze and rejects President’s motion to dismiss Herrera’s lawsuit challenging the executive order.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo on President Trump’s Executive Order regarding sanctuary cities
Setting the Record Straight on Local Involvement in Federal Civil Immigration Enforcement
S.F. City Attorney contends that the federal housing agency was “wrong as a matter of law and public policy” to reject San Francisco’s Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan
Campos and Herrera agree that modest revisions can both address platforms’ objections in federal lawsuit and fulfill the intent of a fair, enforceable ordinance