ASUC approves campaign expenditure cap

At the ASUC’s last senate meeting of the semester, senators unanimously approved legislation that improves election transparency and limits party expenditures. SB 196 establishes a $2,625 party-expenditure cap on ASUC elections.
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ASUC Senate considers changes to bylaws

In an effort to improve the overall operation of the ASUC, a senate committee will begin to investigate potential changes to consolidate and restructure the ASUC bylaws and constitution. At the senate meeting Wednesday evening, co-chairs of the senate standing committee on Constitutional and Procedural Review, CalSERVE senator Nolan Pack
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ASUC Auxiliary to end lecture note service

The approach of finals week means many in Berkeley are scrambling to learn an entire semester’s worth of course material — a feat that may prove more difficult in future years thanks to the recently announced closure of the ASUC’s lecture notes service.
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ASUC meeting devolves into partisan conflict

Wednesday’s ASUC Senate meeting dissolved into a discussion of party divisions and deficient communication after debate on a standard finance bill sparked controversy among senators. SB 19 planned to allot funds from the Contingency Fund — a procedure the ASUC Senate routinely goes through — to the campus group Volunteers
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