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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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Before the Stonewall riots marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement, and even in the time following, members of the LGBTQ+ community existed within a “hidden subculture” in the Bay Area, according to Robert Plantz, former president of the GSU from 1969 through 1970.
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Before the Stonewall riots marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement, and even in the time following, members of the LGBTQ+ community existed within a “hidden subculture” in the Bay Area, according to Robert Plantz, former president of the GSU from 1969 through 1970.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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Berkeley has changed significantly in the past 28 years — the minimum wage has increased by about $10 and public health policies are more comprehensive, thanks in part to the work of former District 3 council member Max Anderson.
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Berkeley has changed significantly in the past 28 years — the minimum wage has increased by about $10 and public health policies are more comprehensive, thanks in part to the work of former District 3 council member Max Anderson.
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At its last meeting before the city’s newly elected council members and mayor are sworn in, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to adopt an ordinance that would further regulate short-term rentals and may impact companies like Airbnb.
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At its last meeting before the city’s newly elected council members and mayor are sworn in, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to adopt an ordinance that would further regulate short-term rentals and may impact companies like Airbnb.
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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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Real estate interests continue to pour money into the Berkeley election, with the latest contribution this year nearing $20,000.
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Real estate interests continue to pour money into the Berkeley election, with the latest contribution this year nearing $20,000.
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At Tuesday’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting, the Ad Hoc Committee on Possible Locations for a Sanctioned Encampment presented updates in its findings, inciting exasperation among homeless activists and citizens in the crowd.
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At Tuesday’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting, the Ad Hoc Committee on Possible Locations for a Sanctioned Encampment presented updates in its findings, inciting exasperation among homeless activists and citizens in the crowd.
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A political action committee backed by three unions has raised $24,000 this year for eight candidates in the upcoming Berkeley elections, according to an expenditure report filed Thursday.
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A political action committee backed by three unions has raised $24,000 this year for eight candidates in the upcoming Berkeley elections, according to an expenditure report filed Thursday.
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