Google to pay for SF free Muni for youth program – San Francisco Chronicle

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
San Francisco Chronicle
(02-27) 11:17 PST SAN FRANCISCO — Tech giant Google has agreed to donate $6.8 million to San Francisco to fund free Muni passes for low- and middle-income youth, under a deal brokered by Mayor Ed Lee, city officials said Thursday. The donation is
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