San Francisco Passes Law to Secure Rooms for Homeless After Shelter Outbreak

Blasting what many believe to have been a slow response from the San Francisco mayor’s office in protecting the city’s homeless from the coronavirus pandemic, the San Francisco board of supervisors passed an emergency ordinance to procure 8,250 hotel rooms for those with nowhere else to go.

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Sixth Circuit Denies Challenge to Municipal Campaign-Contribution Rules

Multiple state Republican parties do not have standing to challenge the Securities and Exchange Commission’s revised rules on campaign contributions made by municipal security advisers and dealers, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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