Anita Bonds, At Large

bonds_1

55%: Needs to Pick Up the Pace

 

Councilmember Bonds has advanced some important pieces of legislation to protect renters in the city, and was a key vote for paid family and medical leave, which is to be applauded. However, as Chair of the Housing Committee she has struggled to find funding for affordable housing, even as she has voted to support tax cuts for millionaires and businesses

 

Councilmember Bonds’ votes that held us back:

  • Opposed fair scheduling for part-time workers
  • Opposed guaranteed access to in-suite bathroom for shelter residents
  • Supported restricting shelter access for people experiencing homelessness
  • Opposed extended access to shelters for families in need
  • Opposed a slow down of tax cuts for multi-millionaires and huge corporations
  • Opposed delaying the millionaires’ tax cut
  • Opposed delaying the corporate tax cut
  • Supported a contract renewal for Veritas, which mismanaged United Medical Center
  • Supported a contract for Corizon, which mismanages prison health systems