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Gay state Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) on Thursday (May 24) announced a bill that would exempt compassionate care programs from having to pay some taxes enacted under Proposition 64, the state's adult recreational marijuana law.
Burning Man attendees known him as a DJ for the Gender Bender camp. Privacy and free speech activists likely have gotten to know him through his work with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Bill of Rights Defense Committee.
After the San Francisco Board of Supervisors angered Mayor Mark Farrell with its rejection of his two reappointments to the Police Commission, its rules committee is poised to vote on 12 applicants, including four LGBTs, at its meeting Wednesday.
Finding the funds to pay for below-market-rate housing in San Francisco for the homeless, youth, seniors, and those earning low to moderate incomes is a constant challenge for local leaders.
A lesbian former Bay Area councilwoman will take on a longtime Republican incumbent in a rural Oregon congressional district this November having won her Democratic primary race Tuesday.
With conservative donors bankrolling a multimillion-dollar effort to defeat her come November, lesbian U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) barnstormed through the Bay Area last weekend to bolster her own campaign coffers.
Gay California Republican group endorses out GOP candidates vying for San Diego supervisor, Sacramento district attorney and state legislative seats.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has joined with nine of his counterparts in other states to oppose the Trump administration's move to no longer collect crime data on LGBT teenagers at the federal level.
San Francisco mayoral candidates Mark Leno and Jane Kim announced Thursday (May 10) that they have joined forces and are asking their supporters rank the candidates as their first and second choices in the June 5 election.
Members of San Francisco's sex-positive community, from leathermen and women to those in polyamorous relationships, are courting political power at City Hall.
Slight majority of the 13 LGBT candidates running for CA legislative seats in 2018 are well funded ahead of the June primary election.
An LGBT political club in San Francisco is being fined $4,500 for mistakes it made with its slate cards and billboards in the 2016 election.