BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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About 89% of federal funding to prevent evictions has not been distributed to renters in need, according to The New York Times. However, this national trend is not as represented in Berkeley. 
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About 89% of federal funding to prevent evictions has not been distributed to renters in need, according to The New York Times. However, this national trend is not as represented in Berkeley. 
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There’s a lot to be frustrated by in politics today. But change will only come if you create it. Young people have an essential role to play in politics, and the more young people begin to see themselves in government, the more government will reflect the needs of the future.
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There’s a lot to be frustrated by in politics today. But change will only come if you create it. Young people have an essential role to play in politics, and the more young people begin to see themselves in government, the more government will reflect the needs of the future.
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During the November general election, Berkeley community members elected four Asian American officials, which seems to be the most to ever serve Berkeley at one time, including the first Asian American City Council members in 41 years.
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During the November general election, Berkeley community members elected four Asian American officials, which seems to be the most to ever serve Berkeley at one time, including the first Asian American City Council members in 41 years.
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Berkeley will temporarily offer below-market rate housing for people displaced by the recent fires in California and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico because of a motion passed unanimously by the Rent Stabilization Board on Monday.
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Berkeley will temporarily offer below-market rate housing for people displaced by the recent fires in California and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico because of a motion passed unanimously by the Rent Stabilization Board on Monday.
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The ASUC Inter-Semester Committee unanimously passed four bills at its final meeting, including one declaring the ASUC’s opposition to the campus’s new cancel for nonpayment policy.
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The ASUC Inter-Semester Committee unanimously passed four bills at its final meeting, including one declaring the ASUC’s opposition to the campus’s new cancel for nonpayment policy.
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Two candidates filed their intents to run for the Berkeley City Rent Stabilization Board May 4 and 5, respectively.
Two candidates filed their intents to run for the Berkeley City Rent Stabilization Board May 4 and 5, respectively.