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SF forces gun suppliers to agree to halt sale of high-capacity kits

Five online gun suppliers have agreed to halt their California sales of “repair kits” that buyers can assemble into high-capacity magazines outlawed by the state, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said Tuesday. [...] the suit...Show More Summary

SF home buyers accused of violating city’s affordable-housing law

City Attorney Dennis Herrera has accused two home buyers of violating San Francisco’s affordable-housing law, which requires buyers to live in the property they purchased for below-market prices rather than renting it out. The city holds...Show More Summary

The Latest: Sanctuary city ruling praised in San Francisco

The Latest on a federal judge's ruling that blocked a Trump administration order to withhold funding from sanctuary cities (all times local): 3:50 p.m. San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera … Click to Continue »

Day Around The Bay: Bayview Residents Worry About Gentrification

City Attorney Dennis Herrera asked a federal judge to block the President's executive order on sanctuary cities today, and the driver of a Marin County party bus busted with drunk teens in it takes a plea deal. [ more › ]

SF sues Hertz, says it’s ‘gouging’ car renters for bridge tolls

[...] if they’re driving a Hertz rental car, they’re being ripped off, the city attorney’s office says. In a suit filed Wednesday, City Attorney Dennis Herrera charged that the rental car giant and a business partner have been fraudulently...Show More Summary

San Francisco city attorney takes aim at five gun companies over alleged sale of high-capacity magazines

San Francisco City Atty. Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Thursday against five gun suppliers, alleging they violated a state law banning the sale of high-capacity magazines by selling them in pieces and marketing them as “repair kits.” The lawsuit, filed in San Francisco County Superior Court, alleges...

Donald Trump Liked to Bash San Francisco on the Campaign Trail. Now the City Is Suing Him

San Francisco became the first city to sue the Trump Administration over immigration policy on Tuesday, as City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced a federal lawsuit regarding so-called sanctuary cities. Flanked by lawyers at City Hall, the city attorney criticized President Trump’s executive order seeking to cut federal funding to cities that restrict the amount local…

SF sues over Trump’s executive order targeting sanctuary cities

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a federal lawsuit against President Trump on Tuesday morning, calling the administration’s executive order threatening to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities unconstitutional. Trump’s...Show More Summary

San Francisco Becomes First City To Sue Over Sanctuary City Order As California May Become Sanctuary State

SF City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging President Trump's executive order that threatens to withhold federal funds from so-called Sanctuary Cities. [ more › ]

Academy of Art settles with city, pays $20 million in fees

Plus an additional $40 million in housing concessions The longstanding grudge between the city and Academy of Art University, one of San Francisco’s biggest landlords, finally boiled over this year, with City Attorney Dennis HerreraShow More Summary

Millennium Tower Is Going Down: San Francisco Files Lawsuit Against Sinking Skyscraper

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit against the developers behind the famously sinking Millennium Tower. The 58-story structure has sunk 16 inches since its construction in 2008 and threatens to sink further, displacing more than 400 residents. Show More Summary

City attorney sues Millennium developer — says buyers duped

City Attorney Dennis Herrera sued the developer of the sinking Millennium condominium tower Thursday, alleging the builder violated the law by failing to disclose the building’s settlement issues despite knowing of the problem more than a year before the units came to market. Show More Summary

SF pleads its case with Washington on preferential housing policy

The federal government is “wrong as a matter of law and public policy” to reject San Francisco’s plan to reserve 40 percent of subsidized units for neighborhood residents, City Attorney Dennis Herrera told federal housing officials Thursday. The...Show More Summary

Judge Rules Warriors Arena Can Go Forward

The project will proceed as City Attorney Dennis Herrera declares a victory. [ more › ]

City Suing Academy Of Art Over Their Problematic Real Estate Empire

“Enough is enough,” observed San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera. [ more › ]

Frisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Goes After Lem-Ray Properties and Broker Chuck Post Over Section 8 Voucher Discrimination

TweetJust released: “Herrera seeks injunction to halt discrimination over Section 8 vouchers City Attorney calls vouchers ‘an essential tool for many San Franciscans to access affordable housing—especially in crisis like the one we are...Show More Summary

San Francisco city attorney has an amazing response to anti-gay hate group that sued over urinals

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A Christian group is suing the city of San Francisco over public urinals at a huge municipal park known for nearly-nude sunbathers, among other “adult” activities, according to SFGate. But City Attorney Dennis Herrera seems to think the litigation is, if not funny, at least ridiculous....


SAN FRANCISCO TO JUSTIN BIEBER: STOP SPRAY-PAINTING GRAFFITI ON OUR SIDEWALKS. “While the exact source of the graffiti remains unclear, City Attorney Dennis Herrera wants Bieber and his label to help make it stop:” “This prohibited marketing...Show More Summary

San Francisco is very angry about 'lawless' Justin Bieber graffiti ads

Justin Bieber couldn't finish the year without getting into a little bit of trouble with the law. San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera wrote a letter to Def Jam Records and Universal Music yesterday about “illegal and actionable” graffiti used to promote Bieber's album, "Purpose," released November 13. Show More Summary

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