District Two hopeful would skip votes on ride-hail firms
District Two supervisor candidate Nick Josefowitz wants to tackle the city's homelessness crisis, property crime and housing affordability if he's elected in November.
One issue he probably won't be able to touch? Legislation affecting ride-hailing companies.
That's because of the sizable financial stake that his wife, Tali Rapaport, holds in Lyft. Rapaport, a former vice president at the company, holds at least $1 million worth of Lyft stock, according to Josefowitz's financial di...