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After a contentious campaign in 2002, the Care Not Cash reforms of homeless services were approved by nearly 60% of San Francisco voters.
According to an online poll of San Francisco voters taken by Reset San Francisco, these reforms are only more popular today.
We may not always consider libraries to be beacons of Web 2.0 engagement and technological tools, but the San Francisco Public Library is trying to change that perception.
Reset Rating: C+ (9 out of 15)
By: Katie Short
By: Patrick Stelmach
From Washington D.C. to Sacramento, governments at all levels are searching for new and innovative ways to boost the federal, state and local economies.
A Step in the Wrong Direction
By: Phil Ting
The recent move by five supervisors to essentially gut the city’s successful Care Not Cash program is a giant step in the wrong direction and in my view San Franciscans should not support it.