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Morning Wrap: 2/1/13

Friday, February 1, 2013

Another naked protest over the new anti-nudity law, Oakland cops said to be regressing on court-ordered reforms, San Francisco rental market sizzles, more.

  • Here’s a shocker, not. Nudists plan to protest by getting naked today in San Francisco, as the city’s new anti-nudity law takes effect. Chronicle
  • The court-appointed monitor overseeing Oakland Police Department’s court-ordered reforms, or lack of them, says the department is actually regressing in its efforts to clean up its act. Oakland Tribune
  • Chronicle columnist Chip Johnson says the $1 million fine imposed by the state against Chevron stemming from its Richmond refinery fire last August isn’t adequate.
  • Paul Handlery, owner and chairman of Handlery Hotels, has died in a Palo Alto rest home at age 92. Chronicle
  • Tales from frustrated San Francisco apartment seekers—the rental market continues to sizzle. Chronicle

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