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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Alok Narahari

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On Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills into effect that will raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21 and reclassify electronic cigarettes as tobacco products in California.
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On Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills into effect that will raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21 and reclassify electronic cigarettes as tobacco products in California.
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Jordan Zimmerman was once a sales associate at a local retail store, putting in 20 hours a week to help make extra money on the side as she studied at UC Berkeley.
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Jordan Zimmerman was once a sales associate at a local retail store, putting in 20 hours a week to help make extra money on the side as she studied at UC Berkeley.
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On Thursday, the Housing Advisory Commission discussed the projects that should be prioritized by the Housing Trust Fund in light of constrained money and resources.
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On Thursday, the Housing Advisory Commission discussed the projects that should be prioritized by the Housing Trust Fund in light of constrained money and resources.
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More than 60 students congregated in front of Sproul Hall in the rain Friday to rally against the previously announced suspension of undergraduate admissions to the public health major and the possible dissolution of the campus College of Chemistry.
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More than 60 students congregated in front of Sproul Hall in the rain Friday to rally against the previously announced suspension of undergraduate admissions to the public health major and the possible dissolution of the campus College of Chemistry.
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On Feb. 23, the City Council approved renovations to Ohlone Dog Park amid concerns from the residents situated near the dog park that they were left out of the process in approving the park.
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On Feb. 23, the City Council approved renovations to Ohlone Dog Park amid concerns from the residents situated near the dog park that they were left out of the process in approving the park.
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Berkeley City Council held a special work session Tuesday — with presentations by regional researchers, city staff, developers, housing authority officials and campus city planning professors — where it discussed possible strategies to mitigate and resolve the city’s affordable housing crisis.
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Berkeley City Council held a special work session Tuesday — with presentations by regional researchers, city staff, developers, housing authority officials and campus city planning professors — where it discussed possible strategies to mitigate and resolve the city’s affordable housing crisis.
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The new UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, will open its doors to the public Sunday, with expectations that it will enhance the economic and cultural vitality of Berkeley.
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The new UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, will open its doors to the public Sunday, with expectations that it will enhance the economic and cultural vitality of Berkeley.
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Hoping to dole out life advice and gourmet coffee, SoDoI, a new Berkeley coffee tasting house, held its soft opening this past weekend.
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Hoping to dole out life advice and gourmet coffee, SoDoI, a new Berkeley coffee tasting house, held its soft opening this past weekend.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council moved to return a permit to the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, temporarily halting contentious plans to demolish an 18-unit rent-controlled building on Durant Avenue.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council moved to return a permit to the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, temporarily halting contentious plans to demolish an 18-unit rent-controlled building on Durant Avenue.
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Berkeley City Council voted to approve two contentious amendments to city ordinances that would regulate street behaviors and increase nighttime park policing — ordinances characterized by many as criminalizing homelessness.
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Berkeley City Council voted to approve two contentious amendments to city ordinances that would regulate street behaviors and increase nighttime park policing — ordinances characterized by many as criminalizing homelessness.
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