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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Election 2012

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On Tuesday, Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission heard a complaint alleging that Tenants United for Fairness, one of the two slates running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board, violated city and state election laws.
On Tuesday, Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission heard a complaint alleging that Tenants United for Fairness, one of the two slates running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board, violated city and state election laws.
Support for Proposition 30, which will determine whether the UC is dealt a series of budget cuts, has fallen just short of a majority, according to polling data released Tuesday from the California Business Roundtable.
Support for Proposition 30, which will determine whether the UC is dealt a series of budget cuts, has fallen just short of a majority, according to polling data released Tuesday from the California Business Roundtable.
Voter support for Proposition 30 — which could determine whether University of California students are dealt a 20 percent tuition hike in January — has fallen below 50 percent for the first time, according to a survey released Wednesday.
Voter support for Proposition 30 — which could determine whether University of California students are dealt a 20 percent tuition hike in January — has fallen below 50 percent for the first time, according to a survey released Wednesday.
A report published by the UC Berkeley School of Law Policy Advocacy Clinic found that the city’s controversial ballot Measure S would fail to increase economic activity or access to services for homeless people, as some advocates have claimed.
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A report published by the UC Berkeley School of Law Policy Advocacy Clinic found that the city’s controversial ballot Measure S would fail to increase economic activity or access to services for homeless people, as some advocates have claimed.
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Congresswoman Barbara Lee appeared at UC Berkeley last Thursday for a nonpartisan town hall style meeting for students to discuss the prominent issues in the upcoming election.
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Congresswoman Barbara Lee appeared at UC Berkeley last Thursday for a nonpartisan town hall style meeting for students to discuss the prominent issues in the upcoming election.
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In 2008, Councilmember Jesse Arreguin was elected to serve on the Berkeley City Council, making him both the youngest and the first Latino council member among his predominantly white peers.
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In 2008, Councilmember Jesse Arreguin was elected to serve on the Berkeley City Council, making him both the youngest and the first Latino council member among his predominantly white peers.
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A formal complaint lodged last week with the city’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission claims that a flyer mailed out to voters in support of a Berkeley ballot measure contains false endorsements.
A formal complaint lodged last week with the city’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission claims that a flyer mailed out to voters in support of a Berkeley ballot measure contains false endorsements.
Gov. Jerry Brown discussed the state of higher education in California last week with representatives from student newspapers across the UC system. He commented on the state’s decreasing financial investment in higher education and emphasized the importance of passing Prop. 30 this November.
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Gov. Jerry Brown discussed the state of higher education in California last week with representatives from student newspapers across the UC system. He commented on the state’s decreasing financial investment in higher education and emphasized the importance of passing Prop. 30 this November.
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