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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Jacqueline Valdez Monroy

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Tenants in the cities of Berkeley and Oakland have struggled to afford housing as a result of high-security deposits that present a high initial barrier to renting. 
Tenants in the cities of Berkeley and Oakland have struggled to afford housing as a result of high-security deposits that present a high initial barrier to renting. 
At the Democratic National Committee on Oct. 18, President Joe Biden encouraged voters to elect more Democrats this upcoming election so that he could codify Roe v. Wade.
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At the Democratic National Committee on Oct. 18, President Joe Biden encouraged voters to elect more Democrats this upcoming election so that he could codify Roe v. Wade.
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Berkeley Police Accountability Board Vice Chair Nathan Mizell is running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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Berkeley Police Accountability Board Vice Chair Nathan Mizell is running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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A new study conducted by UC Berkeley affiliates contradicted decades-old research that depressed individuals are more realistic in determining how much control they have over their lives.
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A new study conducted by UC Berkeley affiliates contradicted decades-old research that depressed individuals are more realistic in determining how much control they have over their lives.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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