S.F. Bay Bridge may be named after Willie Brown

The measure to do so has passed the State Assembly 68-0, with a Senate vote imminent.

Horrible idea. Never name anything after a living person, as their story is not yet written.

According to the, SF Chronicle, there is a big loophole in California’s naming guidelines:

A person being honored with a naming must be deceased, “except in the instance of elected officials, in which case they must be out of office.”

The Paterno Library at Penn State should be all the warning anyone needs.