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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Kriss Worthington

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A federal court ruling that the criminalization of homeless people “sitting, sleeping, or lying outside” is unconstitutional has resulted in immediate consequences for the city of Berkeley’s homelessness policy.
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A federal court ruling that the criminalization of homeless people “sitting, sleeping, or lying outside” is unconstitutional has resulted in immediate consequences for the city of Berkeley’s homelessness policy.
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A Haas Institute policy brief released Sept. 19 points to rent control as one essential solution to California’s housing affordability crisis.
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A Haas Institute policy brief released Sept. 19 points to rent control as one essential solution to California’s housing affordability crisis.
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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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Gov. Jerry Brown signed California SB 721 and SB 1465 this week, which were propelled by the 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley that killed six people and injured seven.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed California SB 721 and SB 1465 this week, which were propelled by the 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley that killed six people and injured seven.
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The California Housing Partnership Corporation, or CHPC, and the Urban Displacement Project published a report Wednesday showing that rising housing prices in the Bay Area disproportionately affect low-income people of color.
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The California Housing Partnership Corporation, or CHPC, and the Urban Displacement Project published a report Wednesday showing that rising housing prices in the Bay Area disproportionately affect low-income people of color.
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On Monday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 946, a law that prohibits criminal punishment for street vendors statewide.
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On Monday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 946, a law that prohibits criminal punishment for street vendors statewide.
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BART’s Transbay Tube, the 3.6-mile tunnel that connects the East Bay and San Francisco, will undergo construction that will affect early-morning commuters starting in February.
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BART’s Transbay Tube, the 3.6-mile tunnel that connects the East Bay and San Francisco, will undergo construction that will affect early-morning commuters starting in February.
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A state bill to increase fire safety and accountability in California cities unanimously passed the state Legislature in August and now awaits Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature.
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A state bill to increase fire safety and accountability in California cities unanimously passed the state Legislature in August and now awaits Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín removed a controversial recommendation prohibiting lying and camping near the Downtown Berkeley BART station from the City Council agenda at its Thursday meeting.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín removed a controversial recommendation prohibiting lying and camping near the Downtown Berkeley BART station from the City Council agenda at its Thursday meeting.
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“Rigel has been a progressive champion for UC Berkeley students as well as the surrounding community,” de León said in an email. “(He) is the candidate best positioned to balance the interests of the students, the university, and the city.
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“Rigel has been a progressive champion for UC Berkeley students as well as the surrounding community,” de León said in an email. “(He) is the candidate best positioned to balance the interests of the students, the university, and the city.
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