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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 26, 2023

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Sophie Hahn

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The Police Accountability Board, or PAB, swore in a member and addressed subcommittee rearrangements during its regular meeting Wednesday.
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The Police Accountability Board, or PAB, swore in a member and addressed subcommittee rearrangements during its regular meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley City Council members and budget manager Sharon Friedrichsen discussed updates to the proposed budget for the 2024 fiscal year during a special meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council members and budget manager Sharon Friedrichsen discussed updates to the proposed budget for the 2024 fiscal year during a special meeting Tuesday.
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The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit blocked the City of Berkeley from enacting a natural gas piping ban in the case California Restaurant Association, or CRA, v. City of Berkeley.
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The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit blocked the City of Berkeley from enacting a natural gas piping ban in the case California Restaurant Association, or CRA, v. City of Berkeley.
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The sugar-sweetened beverage, or SSB, tax, implemented in Oakland in 2017, significantly reduced the number of purchases of soda and sugary drinks, according to a study published Tuesday in PLOS Medicine.
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The sugar-sweetened beverage, or SSB, tax, implemented in Oakland in 2017, significantly reduced the number of purchases of soda and sugary drinks, according to a study published Tuesday in PLOS Medicine.
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The grit and determination of female trailblazers past and present has paved the way for female politicians and female centered legislation. 
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The grit and determination of female trailblazers past and present has paved the way for female politicians and female centered legislation. 
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In a special meeting of Berkeley’s City Council Monday, the council passed a motion to extend the covered period of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Ordinance for 60 days past the expiration of the Local Emergency declaration. 
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In a special meeting of Berkeley’s City Council Monday, the council passed a motion to extend the covered period of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Ordinance for 60 days past the expiration of the Local Emergency declaration. 
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With California’s state of emergency set to expire by the end of the month, all of the city of Berkeley’s COVID-19 testing sites are expected to close.
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With California’s state of emergency set to expire by the end of the month, all of the city of Berkeley’s COVID-19 testing sites are expected to close.
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On Saturday, a gunman killed 11 people and injured nine others in Monterey Park, a predominantly Asian suburb in Los Angeles County. Just two days later on Jan. 23, another gunman killed seven people and injured one other at a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, a city in San Mateo County.
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On Saturday, a gunman killed 11 people and injured nine others in Monterey Park, a predominantly Asian suburb in Los Angeles County. Just two days later on Jan. 23, another gunman killed seven people and injured one other at a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, a city in San Mateo County.
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South Berkeley residents gathered at 3163 Adeline St. on Thursday morning, eagerly anticipating the unveiling ceremony of a mural by local artist and Berkeley resident Doran Dada. 
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South Berkeley residents gathered at 3163 Adeline St. on Thursday morning, eagerly anticipating the unveiling ceremony of a mural by local artist and Berkeley resident Doran Dada. 
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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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