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Connecting the dots: Top stories for Tuesday, December 13
Newly-elected mayor Ed Lee wants to eliminate homelessness in San Francisco, and he says the magic number to do it is three million -- dollars, that is. $500,000 of those dollars come from a Dave Matthews Band fundraising concert in 2005...
65% of California adults support Governor Jerry Brown's plan to raise sales and income taxes on people that earn over $250,000 a year...
Almost one third of San Franciscans have dogs, but dog walkers say they're under fire: San Francisco officials are proposing special permits for walking two or more dogs. To qualify for the $250 permit, walkers must pass a course in canine etiquette and first aid...
In Occupy news, protesters succeeded Monday night in shutting down operations at the Port of Oakland for the second time in less than two months...
In West Sacramento, 100 truckers gathered to protest the Occupy protesters. Trucking company Devine Intermodal gave disgruntled workers the day off and served an on-site breakfast ...
The city of San Jose has told several Occupiers their charges will be dropped if they don't camp for two years. So far, three occupiers have promised not to occupy again.
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