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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Measure L needs the support of two-thirds of voters in the November general election to pass. It is time to invest in Berkeley. We must not delay.
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Measure L needs the support of two-thirds of voters in the November general election to pass. It is time to invest in Berkeley. We must not delay.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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The Yes on Measure L campaign has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions — largely funded by building trade unions and affordable housing organizations — overshadowing its opposition and contributions to Measures M and N in funding.
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The Yes on Measure L campaign has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions — largely funded by building trade unions and affordable housing organizations — overshadowing its opposition and contributions to Measures M and N in funding.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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