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Want some Meth McNuggets with that? San Francisco attorney demands McDonald's take action on rampant drug dealing at city restaurant

5/23/2015 - Described as "a magnet for homeless youth," a McDonald's franchise located in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district made national news after City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced plans to sue the McDonald's corporation if it fails to address excessive drug and gang-related activity at the derelict...

San Francisco to support urban agriculture with new tax break zone

8/29/2014 - Everywhere in the United States, home owners who grow vegetables or fruit for their own families are hassled by local authorities and forced to destroy their gardens. But the trend in California is toward legalizing urban homegrown food supplies, even for commerce. The city of San Francisco is on...

Exclusive: San Francisco jetliner crash caused by airlines turning pilots into 'computer geeks who can't fly' says commercial pilot

7/10/2013 - When flight 214 crashed last week at the San Francisco airport, killing two people and injuring dozens, many people were in a state of disbelief. How could a Boeing 777 -- the "Titanic" of commercial airliners -- be piloted so carelessly that the pilot seemingly flew it into the seawall and caused the...

San Francisco votes to allow small-scale commercial farming in residential areas, no conditional use permit needed

4/25/2011 - The passage of an urban farming amendment in San Francisco has sparked a wave of joy among backyard farmers from across the Bay Area. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently voted to amend the city's zoning code in such a way that now allows backyard growers to freely cultivate produce and sell...

San Francisco considers banning infant male circumcision

2/23/2011 - A proposed ballot measure could end the practice of infant male circumcision in San Francisco, Calif., as soon as this fall. The measure, which needs 7,000 local signatures to be included on the November ballot, has sparked some controversy among local circumcision advocates. Proponents of the bill,...

San Francisco passes law banning toys in Happy Meals

11/4/2010 - San Francisco has become the first U.S. city to crack down on the dubious practice of fast food companies luring children into eating unhealthy meals by giving away gimmicky toys. "Our children are sick. Rates of obesity in San Francisco are disturbingly high, especially among children of color," said...

Plan To Spray Toxic Biological Chemicals Over San Francisco Announced

3/11/2008 - People of the world, the US Government is planning to poison more than two million people, in California, using an untested biological "pesticide" this summer. The chemical to be sprayed is classified by the EPA as a "pesticide" and the plan is to douse cities with this chemical designed to stick on...

$74.5 Million Set for the Spraying of Toxic Chemicals Over San Francisco

3/3/2008 - I am angry! On January 24th, 2008, United States Department of (USDA) Agriculture Secretary Chuck Conner announced the availability of $74.5 million in emergency funding to combat the light brown apple moth (LBAM) infestation in California (1). This announcement comes in conjunction with the release...

San Francisco to explore renewable energy from tidal power

9/27/2007 - The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), the Golden Gate Energy Company and the City and County of San Francisco have signed an agreement to conduct a comprehensive study into the feasibility of tide-generated power in the San Francisco Bay. The study has already begun, with the initial phases...

San Francisco becomes first U.S. city to ban plastic grocery bags

3/28/2007 - San Francisco's city council has voted to become the first U.S. city to ban large supermarkets from using plastic bags made from petroleum products. The legislation, approved today by the city's Board of Supervisors, is on its way to San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and expected to be signed by him....

San Francisco to ban children's toys made with toxic chemicals; bisphenol A and phthalates targeted

11/23/2006 - Beginning Dec. 1, the city of San Francisco will begin enforcing a ban on the sale, distribution and manufacture of baby products that contain any level of the toxic chemical bisphenol A or certain levels of phthalates. Both chemicals -- which are used to harden or soften plastic products -- can...

San Francisco approves universal health care coverage

7/19/2006 - A plan to expand the San Francisco health care plan to cover uninsured residents received initial approval Tuesday from the city's Board of Supervisors. Under the plan, the city's physicians and clinics currently serving the state's public health insurance program for low-income residents, Medi-Cal,...

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