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Would You Tax Twitter to Help Address a Housing and Homelessness Crisis?

The rooftop lounge at Twitter's San Francisco headquarters. (Photo by Oscar Perry Abello) To Joe Wilson, who runs the San Francisco homeless outreach service Hospitality House, having the city commit ... read more

Two Big Ideas to Address Toronto’s Housing Crisis Now

You can find her on Twitter here. This article is part ... how Toronto can better use its existing resources to help address its housing crisis. 1. Use surplus public land for housing Toronto ... read more

Tech billionaires spar over San Francisco tax for homeless

Those funds would then be used to help address the city’s housing crisis and provide aid for the ... as huge an impact on my business as it is with homelessness. Prop C: Big businesses like mine pay, ... read more

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Who should fix the housing crisis? California voters send a mixed message

Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window ... would generate $300 million a year to help address the city’s growing homeless crisis by levying a t... read more


Tech Billionaires’ Obligation to the Cities Around Them

Housing prices and homelessness are rising ... one half of 1 percent of gross receipts to help address the most important problem facing our community,” he wrote. He sparred with Dorsey about Prop C o... read more

San Francisco passed a $300 million bill to address its homelessness problem

you don’t. — Marc Benioff (@Benioff) November 4, 2018 This activism paid off. Proposition C passed. This proposition might help address San Francisco’s homelessness crisis. It might not. read more

San Francisco Voters Approve Tax Ballot Measure To Help Homeless, Tech Billionaire Marc Benioff Wins Big

Known as Prop C, it will raise an additional $250 million to $300 million in corporate taxes annually—the largest tax increase in city history—for a fund dedicated to solving the homeless crisis in Sa... read more

San Francisco voters approve plan to tax rich companies to help homeless people

Voters in San Francisco backed a plan to tax rich companies to help the homeless ... been working on homelessness issues for 31 years. An estimated 7,000 people are homeless in San Francisco — a city ... read more

San Francisco Votes to Tax Large Companies to Help Combat Homelessness

The city of San Francisco voted Tuesday to tax large companies in an effort to help address its overwhelming homeless crisis. Known as Proposition ... has been one of its staunchest advocates while Tw... read more

This tech CEO is offering a $1 million donation to inspire tech companies to help fight homelessness

The city’s been wracked by stubborn homelessness, soaring rents, severe income inequality, and a nasty fight over a ballot initiative that will create a $300 million business tax to fund ... the real ... read more

PD Editorial: Housing must be Gov. Newsom’s top concern

The "Follow This Story" feature will notify you when any articles ... state to pour more tax credits into affordable housing — about a five-fold increase in the $85 million currently provided. He want... read more

San Francisco Votes for 'Homeless Tax' That Twitter's CEO and Other Tech Companies Tried to Block

“Can you tell me what Twitter and ... the city’s homeless crisis, and claimed in a statement that Proposition C “lacks accountability” and “could make our homelessness problem worse.” read more



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