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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 26, 2023

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As California looks toward reopening fully by June 15, the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, Poll found significant support for different forms of vaccine verification for some businesses.
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As California looks toward reopening fully by June 15, the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, Poll found significant support for different forms of vaccine verification for some businesses.
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A UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll found that California voters of color, primarily Latinx and Native American individuals, are more likely to report being negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and to support hazard pay for essential workers.
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A UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll found that California voters of color, primarily Latinx and Native American individuals, are more likely to report being negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and to support hazard pay for essential workers.
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In a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, received more negative than positive ratings from California voters for the first time in her tenure.
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In a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, received more negative than positive ratings from California voters for the first time in her tenure.
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Deans from several University of California law schools released a joint statement Sept. 11 addressing the federal government's decision banning staff training relating to white privilege and the social science framework Critical Race Theory, or CRT. 
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Deans from several University of California law schools released a joint statement Sept. 11 addressing the federal government's decision banning staff training relating to white privilege and the social science framework Critical Race Theory, or CRT. 
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Panelists discussed the current state of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, policy and some of its limitations in a Thursday virtual event presented by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS.
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Panelists discussed the current state of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, policy and some of its limitations in a Thursday virtual event presented by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS.
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Educators must “reimagine” their roles in public engagement to bridge political and racial divides over COVID-19, campus faculty said in an online panel Friday.
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Educators must “reimagine” their roles in public engagement to bridge political and racial divides over COVID-19, campus faculty said in an online panel Friday.
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As part of campus’s ongoing series “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19,” researchers discussed a statewide poll they conducted that gauged public opinion on topics relating to the coronavirus.
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As part of campus’s ongoing series “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19,” researchers discussed a statewide poll they conducted that gauged public opinion on topics relating to the coronavirus.
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UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies conducted a poll which found that 82% of CA voters believe immigrants make the United States a better place.
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UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies conducted a poll which found that 82% of CA voters believe immigrants make the United States a better place.
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