BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Forty-one candidates are running against California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 recall election, where voters will decide if the governor will step down and who may replace him.
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Forty-one candidates are running against California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 recall election, where voters will decide if the governor will step down and who may replace him.
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A UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll found that only 36% of California voters support recalling California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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A UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll found that only 36% of California voters support recalling California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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The University of California released a plan Thursday to increase tuition over the next five years, a policy that comes in the wake of state disinvestment and one that clashes with Gov. Jerry Brown’s vision of higher education funding.
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The University of California released a plan Thursday to increase tuition over the next five years, a policy that comes in the wake of state disinvestment and one that clashes with Gov. Jerry Brown’s vision of higher education funding.
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The California State Senate confirmed four nominees to the UC Board of Regents on Friday, amidst scrutinization from student and faculty groups about the nomination process and the professional background of the nominees.
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The California State Senate confirmed four nominees to the UC Board of Regents on Friday, amidst scrutinization from student and faculty groups about the nomination process and the professional background of the nominees.
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If passed, Assembly Bill 199, the “Choose California” bill, would mandate that state institutions purchase foods from California farms so long as their prices are not more than 5 percent more expensive than identical items from outside the state.
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If passed, Assembly Bill 199, the “Choose California” bill, would mandate that state institutions purchase foods from California farms so long as their prices are not more than 5 percent more expensive than identical items from outside the state.
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