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New law prompts SFUSD to revamp push for student vaccinations | via San Francisco Examiner | ''The San Francisco Unified School District next fall plans to beef up its efforts in ensuring all students are immunized, after Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill that imposes one of the nation’s strictest school vaccination laws.''

The San Francisco Unified School District next fall plans to beef up its efforts in ensuring all students are immunized, after Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday

#NONEWSFJAIL – Reject the $240,000,000 plan to build a new jail in San Francisco

#NONEWSFJAIL – Reject the $240,000,000 plan to build a new jail in San Francisco

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The BAS 2015 Election Guide - Broke-Ass Stuart's Goddamn Website

An Ambitious Plan to save San Francisco's Music Scene

An Ambitious Plan to Save San Francisco’s Local Music Scene

One night in Rudy Colombini, a San Francisco native and the son of Italian farmers, left his house on Buchanan Street to go for a…

The Arts Are Dying in San Francisco. Here's Why. - The Bold Italic - San Francisco

The Arts Are Struggling to Survive in San Francisco. Here’s Why.

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Tim Martin sits alone in his new spacious room at Laguna Honda hospital in 2013. Tim Martin, a man who is blind, deaf and unable to speak, arrived in San Francisco from Reno. Photo: Brant Ward, The Chronicle

Nevada pays S.F. for 'patient dumping' scheme

Tim Martin sits alone in his new spacious room at Laguna Honda hospital in Tim Martin, a man who is blind, deaf and unable to speak, arrived in San Francisco from Reno. Photo: Brant Ward, The Chronicle

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