with that back to you supervisor mandelman. >> supervisor mandelman: thank you, chair. i share your frustration. and feeling that sacramento, they're not giving us the tools we need to do for san franciscans or doing the work for all californians. i don't believe -- i believe our delegation is trying to do some of these things. i think there is tremendous, frankly, domination of our state legislature by property-owning interests and real estate interests that are not interested in having these -- in either allowing us to protect our small businesses or allowing the legislature to do what the legislature should be doing. with that, we will move on. the office of small business. and the small business commission. we have regina, our small business director. and our small business commission president and they're going to present on what the small business commission and office of small business are hearing from small businesses. how the legacy business program has helped businesses during the pandemic. and survey they've collected from businesses on their leases and i wil
supervisor mandelman? [please stand by] >> the most obvious explanation and the reason your perjuries ps wouldn't change much, you will get more whistleblower complaints. my other question really has to do with new rules. one of them you touched on, i was curious how that episode had impacted whistleblower complaints going forward. it's reminding people that there is this ability and maybe obligation to report when something is wrong or seems wrong. that seems like a positive. the harder question that i would invite anyone to speculate on if they're willing to or feel comfortable doing it -- this looks and feels like shocking. to have this number of department heads going down. it creates -- this is unfair because most people in san francisco government are doing their jobs. they are corrupt. they are motivated to serve of public interest. to see this many department heads going down and other folks in these department implicated things that are fraudulent, makes one how this was able to go on for so long.
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