BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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Measure O will issue $135 million in city bonds to create and preserve affordable housing for Berkeley’s low-income residents, while Measure P will raise the property transfer tax from 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent on the top one-third of property sales to increase funds for homeless services.
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Measure O will issue $135 million in city bonds to create and preserve affordable housing for Berkeley’s low-income residents, while Measure P will raise the property transfer tax from 1.5 percent to 2.5 percent on the top one-third of property sales to increase funds for homeless services.
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The interest groups met to address future opportunities and remaining shortcomings of Berkeley’s cannabis regulation, such as the competitiveness of legally licensed businesses with the black market. Other concerns persist over public safety, youth access to marijuana and the hurdles cannabis distributors and cultivators face in setting up shop in the city.
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The interest groups met to address future opportunities and remaining shortcomings of Berkeley’s cannabis regulation, such as the competitiveness of legally licensed businesses with the black market. Other concerns persist over public safety, youth access to marijuana and the hurdles cannabis distributors and cultivators face in setting up shop in the city.
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In the election for the Assembly District 15 seat, candidates have faced the struggle of raising enough money for their campaigns in order to reach out to the optimal number of voters.
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In the election for the Assembly District 15 seat, candidates have faced the struggle of raising enough money for their campaigns in order to reach out to the optimal number of voters.
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While Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles will be campaigning for the District 15 seat in this November’s general election, many of their opponents in the primaries will be continuing their civic engagement to address issues afflicting the East Bay.
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While Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles will be campaigning for the District 15 seat in this November’s general election, many of their opponents in the primaries will be continuing their civic engagement to address issues afflicting the East Bay.
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Wicks received 31.4 percent of the vote, while Kalb received 14.2 percent. Both candidates will now advance in the Assembly District 15 election.
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Wicks received 31.4 percent of the vote, while Kalb received 14.2 percent. Both candidates will now advance in the Assembly District 15 election.
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The bill, authored by state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, strengthens an existing gun law she also authored by allowing police to confiscate firearm components such as ammunition and magazines from dangerous individuals with credible evidence of a threat.
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The bill, authored by state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, strengthens an existing gun law she also authored by allowing police to confiscate firearm components such as ammunition and magazines from dangerous individuals with credible evidence of a threat.
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Sylvia Mendez was the plaintiff in the landmark 1947 case Mendez v. Westminster. The case challenged the “whites only” policy of four Los Angeles school districts, and ultimately the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of Mendez.
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Sylvia Mendez was the plaintiff in the landmark 1947 case Mendez v. Westminster. The case challenged the “whites only” policy of four Los Angeles school districts, and ultimately the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of Mendez.
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All of the co-sponsors work in public health and equity, and therefore the questions at the forum were about how health impacts other public issues, according to Amber Akemi Piatt.
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All of the co-sponsors work in public health and equity, and therefore the questions at the forum were about how health impacts other public issues, according to Amber Akemi Piatt.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín has endorsed Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education Vice President Judy Appel in the state Assembly District 15 race, according to a Monday press release.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín has endorsed Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education Vice President Judy Appel in the state Assembly District 15 race, according to a Monday press release.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 union's strike was organized after members were forced to sign a contract with terms the union had rejected. Lead UC Berkeley AFSCME organizer Libertad Ayala addressed the crowd, saying the UC now understands the impact of the workers’ absence.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 union's strike was organized after members were forced to sign a contract with terms the union had rejected. Lead UC Berkeley AFSCME organizer Libertad Ayala addressed the crowd, saying the UC now understands the impact of the workers’ absence.
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