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SF’s Best and Worst Ballot Measures

San Francisco’s record 24 ballot initiatives for November include some that are very good and others that are pointless or affirmatively bad. Here’s my top five list. The Best The Soda Tax (Prop V) San Francisco would not be the Read More » The post SF’s Best and Worst Ballot Measures appeared first on Beyond Chron.
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