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Our own State Senator just passed a bill to use CA tax money to "investigate" this conspiracy theory. twitter.com/hangthebankers…

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Dakota Access pipeline: ING sells stake in major victory for divestment push theguardian.com/us-news/2017/m…

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Rec and Park’s Garbage Can Removal Campaign Proceeds Apace – And Here’s the Result sfcitizen.com/blog/2017/03/2… pic.twitter.com/LGDWrQjuUn

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Any good takes that aren't spiteful of young people start appearing we'll know what happened twitter.com/kurteichenwald…

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While Dems push for new Cold War, #Russia recently cut military budget. Bipartisan pro war stance is destroying US. twitter.com/kylegriffin1/s…

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If NL had a broken elections system like the US, fascists might have won. Multi party system was critical. twitter.com/davidcnswanson…

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All the details on the two proposals, which will be presented at @sfplanning commission today:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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beatonna
happy Ides of March, beware your local senators

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donttrythis
Say it with me everyone : SINGLE PAYER!!

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Join us for our Mayoral Campaign Forum

This month, we're moving our meeting from the 4th Wednesday to the 5th (April 29, from 7-9 pm), in order to schedule a discussion of the upcoming Mayoral campaign.  What would the Green Party like to accomplish in this election, and what lessons can we learn from previous Green campaigns for Mayor?  We'll have a panel discussion and Q&A with:

  • Francisco Herrera, Green Party member, and current candidate for Mayor
  • Terry Joan Baum, Green candidate for Mayor in 2011 (and a previous Green congressional candidate)
  • Barry Hermanson, Green candidate for a number of previous campaigns, including Congress

The meeting will be held at our new office space in the Redstone Building: 2940 16th Street.

 

Room change update:  we'll meet in the Mojo Theatre space on the 2nd floor (room 217) rather than the 3rd floor.