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London Breed May 16
Nothing will ever change around housing if we keep putting off solutions like . We can’t keep saying no to everything if we want SF to be a place where people can afford to live. I know will continue his work on this important policy and he has my support.
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Scott Wiener May 16
The Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee made a 2-year bill, meaning he won’t let it come up for a vote this year. It’ll be eligible for a vote in January. While I’m extremely disappointed, I am 100% committed to moving the bill forward. This fight is far from over.
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David Roberts May 17
Good lord this is enraging. The lawmaker in question is Anthony . Maybe he can tell us why this weak-ass "awareness" program is better than , the powerful bill he shelved.
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SF Tenants Union -Repeal Costa Hawkins May 16
Big win! defeated for now. But we must remain vigilant against 's attacks on the working class.
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Libby Schaaf May 16
No more delays! We need more housing now. Our crisis is only deepened when bills like 's get stalled, and that hurts our residents, our families, our community.
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Kim-Mai Cutler May 17
What did yesterday in covertly and undemocratically killing the opportunity for the next generation of Californians to stay in the state and raise families is shameful. Call today and ask to bring to a floor vote.
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Trustee John Baker, SSFUSD May 17
I wrote this letter to because our teachers, staff, and student families are being affected by our housing crisis and I think will help. (This is my own opinion and not necessarily the Board's position.) cc:
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Scott Wiener May 16
Thx . For the record, there was no “demise” of . It’s alive & well. It got nearly unanimous votes in each committee that was allowed to vote. At latest it’ll get a vote in January, but there are ways it could have a vote this year. This isn’t even close to over.
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Jackie Crea 12h
rallying to bring housing bill back to a vote. It would create more housing in area near transit and jobs, where it’s currently zoned for single-family homes.
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Randy Shaw May 16
Time for to explain why he didn't publicly fight to ensure had a floor vote. Same for . Another case of politicians not matching their words about building housing with actions.
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Darrell Steinberg May 16
I'm disappointed that was held, at least for now. Thanks , and don't give up. The most important measures always involve a struggle. This is worth it to address California's massive housing challenge.
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Randy Shaw May 16
Shameful that CA's "progressive" Democratic Senate majority would not even grant a floor vote on such a high profile land use bill like . Raises concern about prospects for the companion tenant bills, and . So much for this being CA's Year for Housing.
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YIMBY Neoliberal 🥑🌐🏙️ 19h
I've heard something is happening with Senator Atkins re: SB50... She's feeling the pressure from all your phone calls, emails, and tweets. If you haven't already, CALL NOW to save Tell Senator Atkins to bring SB50 to a vote! (916) 651-4039
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Scott Wiener May 17
With ’s delay yesterday - & we‘re continuing to advocate to move the bill forward - people are asking “what on earth happened”? This is perhaps the best analysis. Key takeaway: Bills don’t randomly die or get delayed. Conscious decisions are made.
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Stan O. May 16
NB: Anything you hear out of 's mouth concerning climate change, homelessness or California welcoming all people can be regarded as complete and utter horseshit in the face the disgraceful move he just pulled on .
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Scott Wiener May 18
SF Chronicle on the delay of : “California Democrats’ ballyhooed ‘resistance’ to the Trump administration pales next to their resistance to housing a reasonable share of the state’s population.” We need to stop kicking the housing can down the road.
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dsa DDR caucus (**Elizabae**) May 16
Portantino's denial of is not just an abuse of appropriations power, it's a rubber stamp on the exclusionary policies of his district.
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Scott Wiener May 18
The Mayors of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, & San Jose - in addition to the Los Angeles Times & the San Francisco Chronicle - have now all taken the position that should move forward this year. We cannot continue to kick the can down the road on housing.
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Scott Wiener May 13
In the bulk of CA, it’s illegal to build any type of housing other than single family homes. , the Act, ends this prohibition. If we’re serious about ending CA’s 3.5M home shortage & doing so without sprawl, we need to legalize apartments.
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Scott Wiener May 16
Replying to @Scott_Wiener
I want to thank my colleagues who provided such strong support for - including bipartisan 9-1 & 6-1 votes in 2 committees - our nearly 20 co-authors & the huge coalition behind the bill, including labor, environmental, affordable housing, business, student, & senior groups.
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