We've seen a veritable parade of contentious political battles march through City Hall this year, from the $15 minimum wage to rideshare regulation to parks funding. But if you were hoping for a break from the brawling? Too bad. There's a new fight in town, and it's one that will almost certainly keep going all the way to November: the fight over public preschool.

After a year's worth of work carefully researching and crafting a policy, the city council and the mayor this spring proposed a pilot preschool program they'd send to the fall ballot…

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