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January 18, 2013 | 8:51 am

A.M. Splash: AT&T Rates Have Skyrocketed; Nudists Challenge SF Ban; MoveOn Founder Meets Tea Partier; Calif. Gun Laws Cited as Model

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AT&T rates skyrocket since deregulation (SF Chronicle) In August 2006, the California Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously to allow AT&T and other companies that provided local telephone service to raise prices at will. Then-Commissioner Rachelle Chong, a Republican, credited as the driving force behind the deregulation plan, argued that growing competition from Internet phone service […]

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Debate: Should Nudity Be Allowed in San Francisco?

October 18, 2012 | 5:10 pm

Debate: Should Nudity Be Allowed in San Francisco?

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Some people feel like they should have the right to walk around nude, and other people feel like they shouldn’t have to see it. That’s the crux of a controversy that has San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood in an uproar, San Francisco Examiner reporter Dan Schreiber said on Thursday in a KQED Forum discussion.   On […]

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