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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a Senate bill, which would have allowed several Californian cities to open safe injection and consumption sites.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a Senate bill, which would have allowed several Californian cities to open safe injection and consumption sites.
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This November, California residents will be voting on Proposition 20, a measure which, if passed, would allow certain misdemeanor crimes to be chargeable as felonies and create stricter policies on parole.
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This November, California residents will be voting on Proposition 20, a measure which, if passed, would allow certain misdemeanor crimes to be chargeable as felonies and create stricter policies on parole.
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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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A state constitutional amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, California’s ban on affirmative action, was proposed in a state Assembly meeting March 9.
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A state constitutional amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, California’s ban on affirmative action, was proposed in a state Assembly meeting March 9.
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A discussion on nuclear dangers was cosponsored by the Nuclear Threat Initiative, UC Berkeley's Nuclear Policy Working Group, the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium and the UC Berkeley Department of Nuclear Engineering.
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A discussion on nuclear dangers was cosponsored by the Nuclear Threat Initiative, UC Berkeley's Nuclear Policy Working Group, the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium and the UC Berkeley Department of Nuclear Engineering.
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As part of SB 92, which came into effect Jan. 1, people in California will no longer have to pay sales tax on menstrual hygiene products until 2022.
As part of SB 92, which came into effect Jan. 1, people in California will no longer have to pay sales tax on menstrual hygiene products until 2022.
The California Health Facilities Financing Authority recently announced the sale of $500 million in revenue bonds to fund the No Place Like Home program.
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The California Health Facilities Financing Authority recently announced the sale of $500 million in revenue bonds to fund the No Place Like Home program.
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BART Vice President and UC Berkeley alumna Rebecca Saltzman spoke to UC Berkeley students and community members about the relationship between BART’s development plans and the city’s housing crisis at Monday’s event hosted by the Berkeley Forum.
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BART Vice President and UC Berkeley alumna Rebecca Saltzman spoke to UC Berkeley students and community members about the relationship between BART’s development plans and the city’s housing crisis at Monday’s event hosted by the Berkeley Forum.
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UC Berkeley launched the California-China Climate Institute on Monday, in partnership with former California governor Jerry Brown and Xie Zhenhua, China’s special representative for climate change affairs.
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UC Berkeley launched the California-China Climate Institute on Monday, in partnership with former California governor Jerry Brown and Xie Zhenhua, China’s special representative for climate change affairs.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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