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Prop M Halts SF Small Business Assistance

Among the 24 measures on San Francisco’s local ballot is Prop M. It’s backers  argue it“will bring genuine public participation and oversight into the decision-making on housing and development.” They also claim that “we simply cannot deliver the promise of Read More » The post Prop M Halts SF Small Business Assistance appeared first on Beyond Chron.
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