Proposition A: San Francisco Embarcadero Seawall Improvement Bonds:
Yes, in favor of authorizing the city and county of San Francisco to issue up to $425 million in bonds at an estimated tax rate of $0.013 per $100 of assessed value to fund repairs and improvements to the Embarcadero Seawall and Embarcadero infrastructure and utilities for earthquake and flood safety.
Proposition B: San Francisco Personal Information Protection Policy Charter Amendment:
Yes, in favor of amending the city charter by adding guidelines for the city to create personal information protection policies for businesses.
Proposition C: San Francisco Gross Receipts Tax for Homelessness Services Initiative:
Yes, in favor of authorizing the city and county of San Francisco to tax businesses with over $50 million in gross annual receipts at a rate of 0.175 percent to 0.69 percent to fund homelessness services.
Proposition D: San Francisco Marijuana Business Tax Increase:
No, against taxing marijuana businesses with gross receipts over $500,000 at a rate between 1 percent and 5 percent, exempting retail sales of medical marijuana, and expanding the marijuana business tax to businesses not physically located in San Francisco.
Proposition E: San Francisco Partial Allocation of Hotel Tax for Arts and Culture:
Yes, in favor of reallocating 1.5 percent of the existing 8 percent base hotel tax from the general fund to arts and cultural services.
AB 931: Yes
SB 1421: Yes
Proposition 10: If Prop 10 passes, I am supportive of rolling the current 1979 year forward so that more of our housing stock comes under rent control.
Safe Injection Sites (SIS): Yes
San Francisco's Sanctuary City Policies: Yes