Ban kitchens from the houses of San Francisco supervisors

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When San Francisco supervisors cook food in their own kitchens, they are taking business away from local restaurants. These restaurants are a cornerstone of the city's economy, and giving them more business will create jobs and improve working conditions for everyday San Franciscans. Pushing our supervisors to patronize San Francisco small businesses will give our economy the jump it needs.

In addition, San Francisco supervisors' propensity to eat in their own homes isolates them from the residents they govern. As policymakers who have control over city laws, they should interact with the residents they govern, so this proposal will end the scourge of home kitchens which deprive San Francisco supervisors of the pleasure of mingling with the rest of the city.