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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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From “California Dreamin’ ” to “California Gurls,” California lives in the public imagination as a land of sunny beaches and progressive politics. Tweets about the Supreme Court’s ruling express sentiments such as, “California is not Florida,” and “You got to love California,” but California is not the abortion safe haven we view it as. 
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From “California Dreamin’ ” to “California Gurls,” California lives in the public imagination as a land of sunny beaches and progressive politics. Tweets about the Supreme Court’s ruling express sentiments such as, “California is not Florida,” and “You got to love California,” but California is not the abortion safe haven we view it as. 
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We cannot allow local homeowners to block developments due to unrelated concerns, when we must prioritize student accessibility to housing, transit and their campus above all.
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We cannot allow local homeowners to block developments due to unrelated concerns, when we must prioritize student accessibility to housing, transit and their campus above all.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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In November, California constituents will vote on Proposition 1, which would enshrine reproductive rights in the California constitution. Prop. 1 is necessary to protect freedom of choice and prevent further wrongful infringements on women’s rights.
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In November, California constituents will vote on Proposition 1, which would enshrine reproductive rights in the California constitution. Prop. 1 is necessary to protect freedom of choice and prevent further wrongful infringements on women’s rights.
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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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He watched as a big, mangy deer burst through the tree line, glorious even though it was emaciated.  It was the first deer K.C. had seen in 10 years.
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He watched as a big, mangy deer burst through the tree line, glorious even though it was emaciated.  It was the first deer K.C. had seen in 10 years.
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Easy access to menstrual products is essential for students’ holistic health and academic success.
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Easy access to menstrual products is essential for students’ holistic health and academic success.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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