San Francisco has a boycott rule known as 12X that restricts activities (travel and contracting) with over half of the states in the US. The City Administrative Office released a study this month on the impacts of the rule.
They write that “the CAO was not able to find concrete evidence suggesting 12X has influenced other states’ economies or LGBTQ, reproductive, or voting rights.”
At the same time “12X has created additional administrative burden for City staff and vendors and unintended consequences for San Francisco citizens, such as limiting enrichment and developmental opportunities.”
Blog and website are interchangeable words. Websites are blogs etc etc…
Just hacking together some thoughts is not scientific research. Granted states that do not agree with SF do not care at this point. That is the bottom line. It does not take any research to know that. They just dont care. Neither does SF in the opposite direction.
Does being a poorer state matter to said poorer state? No I have a friend in Cali who openly discusses the goal of his ilk to keep some people pushing a broom. Point being the states who are poorer use poor people. The leadership keeps their states poorer. Someone has to push a broom they need zero education according to my friend. On a lot of things the guy is a total class act. In fact with people who are not his peers in our business he advises getting more education. Just along racial and gender lines he wants to use people. The national past time from 1981 to 2020.
A blog a website there is no official way to tell them apart.
Blogs masquerade as scientific research all day long.
Websites masquerade as official all day long.
Both contain subjective materials all day long.
Most of what you will google are blogs with sales pitches or half baked research. When Google started out it was incredible at finding excellent scientific research on major topics. With endless drives to be much more commercial Google almost never produces serious research results.
Yes your local town hall website will show up if you do a specific search. The format or structure is services not sciences. There are subjective reasons to serve the public behind publishing the website. That sort of subjective reaching of the public is what goes into better blogs. Having a purpose is subjective.
I don’t know about that, but a 20% surcharge on contract costs has got to hurt the city budget, especially since the city has ambitious plans for the homeless crises (not to mention million-dollar toilets).