On April 7, AT&T workers march at the Giant’s opening game; MediCal freeze kills the Bay Area’s oldest feminist abortion clinic; and yes, folks, we’ve officially been named as having the most endangered river in the U.S.
AT&T workers rally at the SF AT&T Park because of contract expiration. Indybay
BART claims in defense of civil suit that officers are not at fault in death of Oscar Grant. Indybay
The political ads for the hit the airwaves running. Chron
Furlough to delay Iowa gay marriage applications by three days. Chron
Bay Area loses oldest feminist abortion clinic, not to political protests, but to MediCal reimbursement freeze. Indybay
Op-Ed: SF Juvenile Probation Dept’s new policy of reporting undocumented youth to Immigration can be seen as discriminatory and violating due process. Chron
Op-Ed: Just say NO to MUNI fare increase. Chron
Aw, those poor rich Republicans in the governor race: former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, state Insurance Commission Steve Poizner, and dean of Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley Tom Campbell (the poorest of them all at 300k a year). Chron
Sacramento-San Joaquin River named most endangered river in the U.S. Indybay
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