Blowback on city attorney's plans for civil injunctions in Tenderloin

City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced Thursday a new initiative to obtain civil injunctions that would prevent suspected drug dealers from entering "a roughly 50-square-block area of the Tenderloin and adjacent South of Market neighborhood," according to the City Attorney's Office.

San Francisco sued over Tenderloin's squalid conditions

UC Hastings College of Law, Tenderloin Merchants Association and a coalition of others, filed a lawsuit Monday in federal court against the City of San Francisco over the Tenderloin neighborhood's street conditions.  

San Francisco sued over Tenderloin conditions

UC Hastings and others have filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city of San Francisco for what they say are squalid street conditions of the Tenderloin neighborhood and that things are only being exacerbated by the pandemic.