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Herrera secures Prop. C court victory, freeing up funds to house the homeless
Disruptions in mail could cause delays to delivery of life-saving medications, tax refunds, and mailed ballots
We brought this case to uphold the will of the voters, and we’re pleased the First District Court of Appeal has agreed with us in a unanimous decision.
Public corruption probe uncovers that DBI Director Tom Hui abused his office to provide preferential treatment to developer and permit expediter
City Attorney defends the will of San Francisco voters, upholds 2018 ballot measures on funding for childcare and homelessness
‘The census is supposed to count everyone in the country. Period. It is about facts, not partisanship.’
The decision is the latest that protects the source of clean water for 2.6 million Bay Area residents and emissions-free hydropower
The attorney general’s memo claiming that religious freedom is a license to discriminate is breathtaking in its scope
U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup rules from the bench that plaintiffs made ‘absolutely no showing of a violation of federal law’
Plaintiffs in lawsuit against San Francisco, Alameda and state elections officials seek sweeping injunctive relief in the nation’s largest Presidential Primary
Plaintiffs seek a sweeping federal injunction in the nation’s largest Presidential Primary contest—including statewide TV and radio ads, new poll worker requirements
Defending San Francisco, Herrera calls it unfortunate that plaintiffs would ‘inject confusion and uncertainty into an election that has been underway for weeks’
Rife with factual inaccuracies, complaint seeks relief like ‘re-votes’ and deadline extensions that ‘would wreak havoc’ on California’s June 7 Presidential Primary
Court grants City Attorney Herrera’s motion to dismiss bid by ‘Restore Hetch Hetchy’ to drain century-old reservoir, which provides water to more than 2.6 million residents
‘Herrera praises deputy’s case for voter-endorsed soccer fields as ‘masterful’ Thursday. But the fate of Golden Gate Park renovations is now up to the California Court of Appeal.