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Officially sworn in as the City Attorney of San Francisco

Officially sworn in as the City Attorney of San Francisco

Earlier today, I was deeply honored to stand with Mayor London Breed, outgoing City Attorney Dennis Herrera, and my family as I was sworn in as the next City Attorney of San …

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8 of my bills are headed to the Governor’s desk!

8 of my bills are headed to the Governor’s desk!

The 2021 legislative year has officially ended — and the Chiu Crew has a lot to be proud of. Thanks to your amazing advocacy and support throughout this year, we once again …

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Take a stand against extremists. VOTE NO on the recall

Take a stand against extremists. VOTE NO on the recall

Conservative extremists, conspiracy theorists, and Trump allies have joined forces in their latest attempt to bring their agenda to California with their recall attempt of our Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom.  And according …

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A new day – preventing a wave of evictions

A new day – preventing a wave of evictions

Today is a new day! Until a few days ago, many of us were extremely concerned that hundreds of thousands of Californians were about to fall off an eviction cliff, because eviction …

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Celebrating Pride by standing up to discrimination

Celebrating Pride by standing up to discrimination

June is one of my favorite months of the year in San Francisco — because we celebrate Pride month like no other city in the world.  While Pride in 2021 will not …

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A note about wins and losses in Appropriations Committee

A note about wins and losses in Appropriations Committee

Yesterday we passed a major deadline on our legislative calendar, as many of our bills came up for a vote in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. The good news is that 8 important …

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My bill on patient privacy — passed by the State Assembly!

My bill on patient privacy — passed by the State Assembly!

As our state and our world work to stay healthy and recover from COVID-19, we must remove every obstacle to healthcare access.  Now more than ever, a patient should not be dissuaded from seeking …

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After Minneapolis: Keeping up the fight for criminal justice reform in CA

After Minneapolis: Keeping up the fight for criminal justice reform in CA

I joined in the collective sigh of relief earlier this week when Derek Chauvin was convicted on all three counts in the murder of George Floyd.   It’s certainly not full justice …

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