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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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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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The 50th anniversary of the Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, prompted reflection from the UC Berkeley community on both the impact of the proposed legislation and what the country has yet to accomplish. 
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The 50th anniversary of the Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, prompted reflection from the UC Berkeley community on both the impact of the proposed legislation and what the country has yet to accomplish. 
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With the Democrats currently in control of both chambers of Congress and the White House, the finger of public opinion is pointed at their leadership and the fiscal policies they enacted within two years.
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With the Democrats currently in control of both chambers of Congress and the White House, the finger of public opinion is pointed at their leadership and the fiscal policies they enacted within two years.
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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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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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Pastor Mike McBride of The Way Christian Center and co-founder of the Black Church PAC held an emergency meeting Saturday morning in response to “immediate threats” concerning gun violence and voting rights.
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Pastor Mike McBride of The Way Christian Center and co-founder of the Black Church PAC held an emergency meeting Saturday morning in response to “immediate threats” concerning gun violence and voting rights.
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Amid oxygen shortages and record rises in cases, many developing nations lack the means necessary to diversify their resources and enforce proper protocol. In times like this, international vaccine distribution should be a top priority for the Biden administration.
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Amid oxygen shortages and record rises in cases, many developing nations lack the means necessary to diversify their resources and enforce proper protocol. In times like this, international vaccine distribution should be a top priority for the Biden administration.
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Samuelson, who is a Richard M. Sherman distinguished professor of law, and Glushko recently made another endowment to Berkeley Law: a $1 million gift to create a clinical chair for the Samuelson Clinic. The Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law will be the first chair created for a campus clinical professor, Glushko added.
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Samuelson, who is a Richard M. Sherman distinguished professor of law, and Glushko recently made another endowment to Berkeley Law: a $1 million gift to create a clinical chair for the Samuelson Clinic. The Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law will be the first chair created for a campus clinical professor, Glushko added.
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Given California’s sizable unhoused population and community-based reports of undercounting, it stands to reason that California might have kept a seat in Congress if the 2020 census accurately counted the unhoused population.
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Given California’s sizable unhoused population and community-based reports of undercounting, it stands to reason that California might have kept a seat in Congress if the 2020 census accurately counted the unhoused population.
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For the first time in history, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that California will lose a seat in Congress.
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For the first time in history, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that California will lose a seat in Congress.
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