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Oakland voters could approve the state’s first tax on privately owned vacant properties in November.

The Tenderloin is notorious for the homelessness on its streets and open drug use and sales. But it's also one of the only affordable neighborhoods left in San Francisco and…

The current debate over the state's immigration policies recalls the bitter battles fought two decades ago, over Proposition 187.

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