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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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The city of Berkeley’s Community Environmental Advisory Commission heard updates on the city’s climate mobilization plan and efforts to make Berkeley more “bee-friendly” at its regular meeting Thursday.
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The city of Berkeley’s Community Environmental Advisory Commission heard updates on the city’s climate mobilization plan and efforts to make Berkeley more “bee-friendly” at its regular meeting Thursday.
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Berkeley City Council decided to move forward with a case regarding the city’s cellphone “right to know” ordinance Thursday after a public comment session about a potential repeal of the ordinance.
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Berkeley City Council decided to move forward with a case regarding the city’s cellphone “right to know” ordinance Thursday after a public comment session about a potential repeal of the ordinance.
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A federal court panel has found the city of Berkeley’s cellphone disclosure ordinance, originally passed May 12, 2015, to comply with the First Amendment, as first reported by the East Bay Times.
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A federal court panel has found the city of Berkeley’s cellphone disclosure ordinance, originally passed May 12, 2015, to comply with the First Amendment, as first reported by the East Bay Times.
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On Tuesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard arguments for and against nonprofit organization CTIA ­– The Wireless Association’s appeal of a U.S. district judge’s decision to allow a disputed Berkeley ordinance to pass.
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On Tuesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard arguments for and against nonprofit organization CTIA ­– The Wireless Association’s appeal of a U.S. district judge’s decision to allow a disputed Berkeley ordinance to pass.
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On Monday, United States District Judge Edward Chen granted the City of Berkeley the ability to pass a revised cellphone public health ordinance warning against the level of radiofrequency exposure from cell phone use.
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On Monday, United States District Judge Edward Chen granted the City of Berkeley the ability to pass a revised cellphone public health ordinance warning against the level of radiofrequency exposure from cell phone use.
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Berkeley City Council moved forward with two consumer warning measures at its Tuesday meeting. One would highlight the possible risks of cell phones, while the other would remind car users at the gas pump how fuel emissions contribute to global warming.
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Berkeley City Council moved forward with two consumer warning measures at its Tuesday meeting. One would highlight the possible risks of cell phones, while the other would remind car users at the gas pump how fuel emissions contribute to global warming.
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Berkeley City Council is considering a plan to place health warning stickers on cellphones, which might cause health issues ranging from headaches to rapid heartbeat and brain tumors.
Berkeley City Council is considering a plan to place health warning stickers on cellphones, which might cause health issues ranging from headaches to rapid heartbeat and brain tumors.
Bay Area lawmakers introduced legislation last Thursday proposing that new smart phones and tablets sold in California come equipped with a digital “kill-switch” function, allowing owners to disable devices when lost or stolen.
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Bay Area lawmakers introduced legislation last Thursday proposing that new smart phones and tablets sold in California come equipped with a digital “kill-switch” function, allowing owners to disable devices when lost or stolen.
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