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Judge Temporarily Blocks Proposition 35, Sex Trafficking Law The judge is allowing the stay while the ACLU and the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation challenge the proposition, which passed with 81 percent of the vote. Read the complaint here. Prop. 35, says sex offenders must register their … Read more on SF Weekly (blog)

SF Street Fight: Ride-Share Startups Battling Taxis, Regulators San Francisco's taxi industry considers them unfair competition. And the California Public Utilities Commission, which regulates limo services, says they're breaking the law. Over the past few months, the agency has sent cease-and-desist letters to … Read more on KQED

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San Francisco Votes Obama: Submit Your Photos From Election Night (PHOTOS) Volunteer Tyller Williamson, right, hugs Barbara Koh, Organizing for America California San Francisco department office manager, after projected returns of the presidential race were announced at the OFACSF Obama campaign volunteer office in San … Read more on Huffington Post

Shooter opens fire, narrowly misses car in South San Francisco, police say SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Police were looking for whoever opened fire on and missed shooting the occupants of a red Pontiac Grand Am as it drove down a street Sunday, authorities said. The suspect fired three times at the northbound Pontiac in the…

Dia De Los Muertos San Francisco 2012 Fills The Mission With Color (PHOTOS … Painted faces, marigolds, sugar skulls and art filled the streets with color on the walk to Garfield Park, where altars for loved ones passed were assembled. A Mexican celebration to honor the dead, Dia de los Muertos has been celebrated in…