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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 357 on July 1, which will decriminalize loitering for the intent to engage in sex work. 
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 357 on July 1, which will decriminalize loitering for the intent to engage in sex work. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss complaints of police misconduct, recent shootings, gun recoveries, bike patrols and police vaccinations. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss complaints of police misconduct, recent shootings, gun recoveries, bike patrols and police vaccinations. 
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Former UC Berkeley assistant professor in the Haas School of Business Andreea Gorbatâi co-authored a study that found news coverage of racial events decreases support for Black entrepreneurs. 
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Former UC Berkeley assistant professor in the Haas School of Business Andreea Gorbatâi co-authored a study that found news coverage of racial events decreases support for Black entrepreneurs. 
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The UC Board of Regents held a virtual meeting Wednesday to review UC Health’s "restrictive" LGBTQ+ and reproductive care policies.
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The UC Board of Regents held a virtual meeting Wednesday to review UC Health’s "restrictive" LGBTQ+ and reproductive care policies.
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Though politically engaged audiences may hazily recall how each of these stories end, “The Fight” brings a novel humanity and urgency to these landmark cases. 
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Though politically engaged audiences may hazily recall how each of these stories end, “The Fight” brings a novel humanity and urgency to these landmark cases. 
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A crisis can compel us to make moral decisions that reveal what kinds of people we really are. Above all, this pandemic is a moral test for humanity.
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A crisis can compel us to make moral decisions that reveal what kinds of people we really are. Above all, this pandemic is a moral test for humanity.
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Despite the actions of whistleblowers, ICE leadership has been slow to take action against the spread of COVID-19 in these facilities
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Despite the actions of whistleblowers, ICE leadership has been slow to take action against the spread of COVID-19 in these facilities
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Every semester, the Berkeley Forum hosts a series of panels and speakers, all on a variety of timely topics and featuring significant community members.
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Every semester, the Berkeley Forum hosts a series of panels and speakers, all on a variety of timely topics and featuring significant community members.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday suspending California’s death penalty, and placing the 737 current death row inmates — among them 42 people from Alameda County — on reprieve.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday suspending California’s death penalty, and placing the 737 current death row inmates — among them 42 people from Alameda County — on reprieve.
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