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Scott Wiener is used to being targeted for his legislation. The California State Senator represents San Francisco, and has long championed the kind of progressive reforms that have attracted the ire of right-wing culture warriors and their online trolling.

State Sen. Scott Wiener of San Francisco is leading a renewed effort to repeal a so-called vestige of California’s “failed” war on drugs that requires judges to impose jail or prison sentences for various nonviolent drug crimes.

(SF Chronicle - July 17th, 2020)

Saying he and his colleagues in the Legislature are at “wit’s end” trying to help constituents who are unable to get unemployment benefits, Assemblyman David Chiu lambasted the Employment Development Department and especially its leadership in a Zoom conference Thursday held jointly with Sen. Scott Wiener.

On Monday, the Senate passed a bill that would turn PG&E into a non-profit, public utility should the company fail to emerge from bankruptcy.

The crowd was smaller than previous years because of the coronavirus pandemic, but LGBTQ community leaders and others braved the wind high up on Twin Peaks Boulevard June 27 for the 25th annual lighting of the pink triangle.

NBC Bay Area highlight on SF Pride's 50th Anniversary.

It’s the monthly food distribution day at the Mira Mesa Senior Center. Eligible seniors were driving by to collect a 36-pound box of nutritious food.