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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Ying Lee, Berkeley’s first Asian American city councilmember, has died, leaving behind a memory of her kind spirit and fierce activism. 
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Ying Lee, Berkeley’s first Asian American city councilmember, has died, leaving behind a memory of her kind spirit and fierce activism. 
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The California State Assembly passed a constitutional amendment that makes the right to abortion and contraceptives explicit Monday, according to a state Senate press release.
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The California State Assembly passed a constitutional amendment that makes the right to abortion and contraceptives explicit Monday, according to a state Senate press release.
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California tenants who have already applied for the state’s rental assistance program cannot be evicted if they’ve applied before March 31, states AB 2179, a bill approved by the California State Assembly on Monday. 
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California tenants who have already applied for the state’s rental assistance program cannot be evicted if they’ve applied before March 31, states AB 2179, a bill approved by the California State Assembly on Monday. 
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The California State Legislature introduced a bill which would nullify the decision requiring UC Berkeley to reduce in-person enrollment for fall 2022.
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The California State Legislature introduced a bill which would nullify the decision requiring UC Berkeley to reduce in-person enrollment for fall 2022.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation as part of a $22 billion package meant to address homelessness, mental health services and housing affordability.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation as part of a $22 billion package meant to address homelessness, mental health services and housing affordability.
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Beginning their terms as the UC system emerged from the financial crisis of 2008 and ending amid a pandemic, George Kieffer and Charlene Zettel retired from the UC Board of Regents in March after a 12-year career.
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Beginning their terms as the UC system emerged from the financial crisis of 2008 and ending amid a pandemic, George Kieffer and Charlene Zettel retired from the UC Board of Regents in March after a 12-year career.
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Sack’s Coffee House, a popular Elmwood neighborhood cafe, permanently closed its doors after about 11 years in business.
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Sack’s Coffee House, a popular Elmwood neighborhood cafe, permanently closed its doors after about 11 years in business.
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Incumbent Buffy Wicks won against opponent Sara Brink with 85.9% of the vote for the District 15 seat of the California State Assembly, as of press time.
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Incumbent Buffy Wicks won against opponent Sara Brink with 85.9% of the vote for the District 15 seat of the California State Assembly, as of press time.
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Oct. 3 marked the 150th anniversary of the UC Board of Regents’ 1870 decision to admit female students, further serving as a reminder of the political and cultural impacts four women had when elected to the 1918 California State Assembly.
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Oct. 3 marked the 150th anniversary of the UC Board of Regents’ 1870 decision to admit female students, further serving as a reminder of the political and cultural impacts four women had when elected to the 1918 California State Assembly.
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ACA 5, a proposition that would repeal California’s ban on affirmative action policies in public universities, will be on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
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ACA 5, a proposition that would repeal California’s ban on affirmative action policies in public universities, will be on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
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