Interview: Congressman George Miller

Our tried-and-true political system is changing, and an overwhelming number of Americans are not pleased. Democrats and Republicans, in a rare sign of unity, seem to agree: Congress is doing a poor job managing the country, money has too much influence on elections and policymaking, this country may not be
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ASUC Senate bills address Maher, policies for minorities

The ASUC Senate passed two bills concerning the commencement speaker selection process and another that aims to improve policies for minorities Wednesday. A bill concerning the investment management of the ASUC was passed but will be tabled for further consideration next week.
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Berkeley now does not compare to memories of Berkeley then

am writing this because I am now sad and not impressed with the current students at Berkeley. Why haven’t the students continued with the Berkeley heritage of standing up and trying to protest wrong actions from their government? Our country has been involved in another wasteful, unjustified war for more than 10 years now, and I have not heard about protests at Berkeley or any other university to the degree that the 1960s students protested.
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We have no choice in the sale of buildings

As this paper and most other news organizations have reported, the U.S. Postal Service is in a financial crisis that necessitates the passage of comprehensive postal reform legislation to return the organization to sound financial footing now and for the future.
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debt ceiling

ICYMI, Congress raised the debt limit again

On Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted to raise the debt ceiling. Then on Wednesday, the Senate also took action by approving the same measure. So, just for you, we’ve summarized the basic facts so you can seem super prepared to participate in your next discussion.
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