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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Debate over whether Uber and Lyft drivers can be considered as independent contractors rather than employees led the California Public Utilities Commission to presume these app drivers are employees and to enforce them as such.
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Debate over whether Uber and Lyft drivers can be considered as independent contractors rather than employees led the California Public Utilities Commission to presume these app drivers are employees and to enforce them as such.
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Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could mean the loss of 209,000 jobs and $20.3 billion in GDP for California, a study by UC Berkeley's Center for Labor Research and Education has found.
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Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could mean the loss of 209,000 jobs and $20.3 billion in GDP for California, a study by UC Berkeley's Center for Labor Research and Education has found.
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Speaking with his fists clenched, his finger pointing and his face flushed, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders expounded on his progressive platforms — including raising the federal minimum wage and making public colleges tuition-free — at a UC Berkeley press conference Friday afternoon.
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Speaking with his fists clenched, his finger pointing and his face flushed, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders expounded on his progressive platforms — including raising the federal minimum wage and making public colleges tuition-free — at a UC Berkeley press conference Friday afternoon.
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Roughly one half of the friendly faces serving you at your local fast-food chain rely on public assistance programs to survive, according to a report by UC Berkeley and University of Illinois researchers published Tuesday.
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Roughly one half of the friendly faces serving you at your local fast-food chain rely on public assistance programs to survive, according to a report by UC Berkeley and University of Illinois researchers published Tuesday.
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