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The San Francisco Re-Treat

San Francisco surprised itself by passing two law-and-order ballot measures. Proposition F and E were voted in by over 60% support by voters.

Proposition F requires recipients of welfare money to test for drugs and enter treatment programs in order to continue to receive aid. Proposition E expands police surveillance tools and allows police to use force without requiring written reports for every altercation. Both were supported by San Francisco Mayor London Breed.

These seem like moderate bills but not when you consider how far San Francisco has gone to enable crime and drug use. One resident said this to the Wall Street Journal: “The pendulum is swinging. It’s coming hard-core back to the center.”

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