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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Eligible voters in California have until Sept. 14 to vote on the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. 
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Eligible voters in California have until Sept. 14 to vote on the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. 
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If passed in November, Proposition 14 will authorize $5.5 billion dollars in general obligation bonds to fund the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s, or CIRM’s, stem cell research grants.
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If passed in November, Proposition 14 will authorize $5.5 billion dollars in general obligation bonds to fund the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s, or CIRM’s, stem cell research grants.
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This November, California residents will be voting on Proposition 20, a measure which, if passed, would allow certain misdemeanor crimes to be chargeable as felonies and create stricter policies on parole.
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This November, California residents will be voting on Proposition 20, a measure which, if passed, would allow certain misdemeanor crimes to be chargeable as felonies and create stricter policies on parole.
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Several UC Berkeley students — including junior Varsha Sarveshwar, Soli Alpert, who is taking a year off from UC Berkeley, senior Angelica Rodriguez and senior Uma Krishnan — and former City Council candidate Alfred Twu were elected in January and February to serve as state Assembly district delegates for the California Democratic Party.
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Several UC Berkeley students — including junior Varsha Sarveshwar, Soli Alpert, who is taking a year off from UC Berkeley, senior Angelica Rodriguez and senior Uma Krishnan — and former City Council candidate Alfred Twu were elected in January and February to serve as state Assembly district delegates for the California Democratic Party.
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Proposition 1 authorizes $4 billion in general obligation bonds to fund affordable housing for veterans, working families, seniors, people with disabilities and homeless residents. The measure does not increase taxes, but California would have to repay about $170 million annually for the next 35 years.
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Proposition 1 authorizes $4 billion in general obligation bonds to fund affordable housing for veterans, working families, seniors, people with disabilities and homeless residents. The measure does not increase taxes, but California would have to repay about $170 million annually for the next 35 years.
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California state Assemblymember Tony Thurmond and New Teacher Center educator-in-residence Marshall Tuck — both members of the Democratic party — are running for the role of state superintendent of public instruction. Current superintendent Tom Torlakson is stepping down after holding the position since 2010, having narrowly defeated Tuck for re-election in 2014.
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California state Assemblymember Tony Thurmond and New Teacher Center educator-in-residence Marshall Tuck — both members of the Democratic party — are running for the role of state superintendent of public instruction. Current superintendent Tom Torlakson is stepping down after holding the position since 2010, having narrowly defeated Tuck for re-election in 2014.
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In the California race for U.S. Senate, incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Senator Kevin de León are rallying voter support for the upcoming November election.
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In the California race for U.S. Senate, incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Senator Kevin de León are rallying voter support for the upcoming November election.
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The state controller is the chief financial officer for the state of California, responsible for the accountability and disbursement of the state's financial resources.
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The state controller is the chief financial officer for the state of California, responsible for the accountability and disbursement of the state's financial resources.
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San Francisco Board of Supervisors President Malia Cohen and real estate agent Mark Burns are running for the District 2 seat on the State Board of Equalization, which enforces taxes — including property and alcohol taxes.
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San Francisco Board of Supervisors President Malia Cohen and real estate agent Mark Burns are running for the District 2 seat on the State Board of Equalization, which enforces taxes — including property and alcohol taxes.
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On Saturday, delegates of the California Democratic Party elected Eric Bauman as the party's next chair in a tightly contested election, a race perceived by some as a proxy fight for control of the party between its moderate centrist members and its progressive activists.
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On Saturday, delegates of the California Democratic Party elected Eric Bauman as the party's next chair in a tightly contested election, a race perceived by some as a proxy fight for control of the party between its moderate centrist members and its progressive activists.
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