Twelve city propositions appear on the San Francisco ballot on November 4, 2014. As we do every election, SPUR provides in-depth analysis and recommendations on each one.
For each measure we ask: Is it necessary and appropriate to be on the ballot? Is it practical, and if enacted will it achieve the result it proposes? And most important: Is it a worthy goal, one that will make San Francisco a better place to work and live?
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SPUR's Positions at a Glance:
|City Measure||Name||SPUR Position|
|Prop. A||Transportation Bond||YES|
|Prop. B||Transportation Set-Aside||NO|
|Prop. C||Children's Fund Renewal||YES|
|Prop. D||Redevelopment Employee Benefits||YES|
|Prop. E||Soda Tax||YES|
|Prop. F||Pier 70 Project||YES|
|Prop. G||Housing Resale Tax||No position|
|Prop. H||Grass Athletic Fields in Golden Gate Park||NO|
|Prop. I||Renovation of Athletic Fields||YES|
|Prop. J||Minimum Wage Increase||YES|
|Prop. K||Affordable Housing||YES|
|Prop. L||Motorist Policy||NO|
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