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California Governments Can Save Money By Housing the Sick and Homeless

Most Californians have a few ideas on how the government can save money. For example, there are plenty of people who want to cut funding to public schools. There are also folks who would love to stop giving the film industry generous tax breaks.

The rising Displacement in San Francisco

Everybody dreads that eviction letter; one delivered even after the struggle to meet the monthly rent deadline. Well, the number of letters going to residents in San Francisco is steadily rising. The economic downturn in 2008 has contributed to this recent trend. After the effects of the market flop, construction of houses in the city stagnated. As the market improved, the job sector expanded and added 500,000 jobs in the city. However, housing remains a problem for the town.

Jimmy Garoppolo Now Starting for 49ers

Jimmy Garoppolo To Start for 49ers on Sunday

It seems as though quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has found himself a nice home in the San Francisco 49ers.

San Francisco City Could Become the First One in the U.S to Launch a Public Bank

Supervisors Sandra Fewer and Malia Cohen are advancing the idea of launching a municipal bank; this is going to end San Francisco's use of large national commercial banks that are profit-driven for banking services. The efforts of the two supervisors have led to a report of a new city on the idea released recently.

Details on the Housing Crisis in California

Housing Crisis

People in California deal with many different problems. However, one of the most pressing problems is the housing crisis. Thanks to the tech industry, the economy in California is booming. Tech companies are thirsty for talent, and more and more people are moving to the state. Unfortunately, this means there is less and less space available for people to live.

Californians Believe Time is Ripe for a Third Major Political Outfit

According to a poll done by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), Californian voters are unhappy with the performance of the two major parties, the Republican Party (GOP) and Democratic Party. Two in every three voters in California affirmed their dissatisfaction with the course the country is taking, and they place the blame squarely on the two significant parties.

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