An anonymous complaint accuses a landlord organization of trying to influence public policy in San Jose without registering as a lobbyist.
In a bit to improve transparency, San Jose will consider increasing the frequency of its lobbying reports.
Political donors have spent more than $1.6 million on three San Jose ballot measures and another $822,000 on three City Council contests.
An audit of the City Clerk’s Office found lapses in statutory obligations and issued 20 recommendations on how to get things back in order.
Chuck Reed spent half his tenure as mayor of San Jose battling pot clubs. Now he’s joining forces with collectives for 4/20.
Santa Clara needs to come to terms with its new identity as a big city and update the way it does business.
Two San Jose City Council members have called for an unbiased review of a citywide tax measure that was filed last week and is angling for the 2016 ballot.
San Jose’s City Clerk barely squeaked by with her job after coming under fire for misguiding candidates about local election law.
The sudden realization that most of San Jose’s lawmakers are law breakers is not the best way to end summer vacation. Not that they intended to end up on the wrong side of the law, of course.
To encourage entrepreneurship and bring businesses into compliance, the city of San Jose may suspend permitting fees for all street vendors.