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Mulligan Named OLSE Director

Mulligan Named OLSE Director
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has appointed Patrick Mulligan Director of the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement. Mulligan is a five-term Financial Secretary for Carpenters Local 22 and ... MORE

PUC Extends PLA to Cover Sewer Upgrade

PUC Extends PLA to Cover Sewer Upgrade
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) on May 10 approved extending the terms of the Project Labor Agreement governing work on its Water System Improvement Project (WSIP) to the ... MORE

Wiener Advances to Run Off

Wiener Advances to Run Off
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener was the top vote getter in the race for the State Senate on June 7, with 46 percent of the vote. Supervisor Jane Kim received 44 percent, and Republican ... MORE

Treasure Island Construction Begins

Treasure Island Construction Begins
The first phase of construction to transform Treasure Island into a new community began in March with the start of demolition of former Navy buildings on Yerba Buena Island. Approximately 94 ... MORE

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"I am a female who was seriously hurt at work while using a nail gun with a defective trigger. My foreman said that I got what I deserved – everyone knows that nail guns are dangerous, and like he always says, a woman’s place is in the kitchen. Can the tool manufacturer avoid responsibility by blaming me for my injuries? And do I have to put up with these sexist comments?"

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