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 Soda Tax (Prop V)
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Backers of a sugary drink tax say the issue will be on San Francisco's November ballot, despite missing a key deadline by one day.
San Francisco is to have a second chance to vote on whether to tax soda after city officials this week added the measure to a November ballot that could expand the hotly-debated levy deeper into the Bay Area. The move follows the ci...
Five San Francisco Supervisors have placed an initiative on the November ballot to effectively repeal Care Not Cash, which has housed 3400 homeless persons since 2005. District 6 Supervisor Jane Kim, the chief sponsor of the measure...
In early February, four members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors expect to introduce legislation for the November ballot to levy a 2 cents per ounce tax on distributors of soda and other sugary soft drinks. The money raised...