Vote No

PROP F: Cut welfare to substance dependent communities (March 2024)

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Prop F would require recipients of the County Adult Assistance Program (CAAP) to go through a screening for substance abuse if they are suspected to be using drugs. CAAP is a public assistance program. If those who test positive in the screening refuse treatment, they could lose this assistance.

Forced treatment has been proven to be a failed tactic to address substance use, and more importantly, inhumane. In addition, there are limited treatment beds in San Francisco. This measure would displace people seeking treatment from the line to make room for those on public assistance who may not have as strong of a need. At a time when the pandemic has left many of our community members with strained socioeconomic statuses, we should not be cutting people who need it off from housing, shelter, and income, which this measure would do.

PROP A: Create a $300 million affordable housing bond (March 2024)

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Proposition A would allow San Francisco to authorize $300 million in bonds to construct, develop, acquire, and/or rehabilitate housing, including work…

PROP B: Increase minimum of SFPD staffing (March 2024)

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Proposition B would require the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to have a minimum number of staff, create a fund for police recruitment, allow…

PROP C: Remove tax on office buildings converted to homes (March 2024)

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Proposition C would exempt (free) properties from paying a real estate transfer tax the first time commercial property is converted to residential use…

PROP D: Strengthen ethics laws for elected officials (March 2024)

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Proposition D would further restrict the amount of gifts that city employees and officers can receive in San Francisco and require more reporting of g…

PROP E: Weaken police accountability and expand surveillance (March 2024)

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Proposition E would eliminate the requirement for San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) officers to report incidents where force was used, allow SFPD…