A gleam of light in a dark year: 2018's Prop C passed its final legal challenge. Almost half a billion dollars have been collected from San Francisco's richest companies and will now be available for homeless housing, addiction and mental health programs, with hundreds of millions per year going forward.

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For too long, SF has exemplified the extreme inequality of America, where people sleep on the street in the shadow of the giant Twitter HQ.

Now housing prices going down because the office drones are leaving, working remotely. Maybe we can strive be the funky, quirky city the tourist brochures all say we are, but that can't happen without sustained support for those in our community who need it most.

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