Mayor, Supes won't follow law they approved. Ethics Commission won't enforce it.
If none of the elected officials who voted a law into existence can be bothered to follow it, and the government commission charged with implementing it opts to not enforce it (even after the law is approved by voters) -- well, what does that say? It says it's just another working day here in San Fr ... More >>
Like a bloody steak, the Ethics Commission earlier this week sent back a bevy of proposed rule changes for more cooking and seasoning. Along with good government types, even some members of the commission were flummoxed by the staff-generated proposed changes to the Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance ... More >>
The city's proposed parking-rate increases are a scandal. They aren't nearly large enough.
A peek at the future of higher political education
Runoff election; Fangxaminer Watch monitors amusing errors
You know, there's an election -- hey! -- we said there's a local election coming up