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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín questioned traditional voting's capability to promote diversity in governing bodies and to increase voter turnout. 
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín questioned traditional voting's capability to promote diversity in governing bodies and to increase voter turnout. 
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The Bay Area Women in Politics Oral History Project celebrated its launch Wednesday with a livestreamed panel discussing the past and future of local women in politics.
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The Bay Area Women in Politics Oral History Project celebrated its launch Wednesday with a livestreamed panel discussing the past and future of local women in politics.
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Deemed “a great humanitarian” by UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland where he served as president and CEO, Bertram Lubin died June 27 at the age of 81.
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Deemed “a great humanitarian” by UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland where he served as president and CEO, Bertram Lubin died June 27 at the age of 81.
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Berkeley and Oakland officials have expressed their support for dedicated bus and carpool lanes on the Bay Bridge and parts of Interstate 580 and 880.
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Berkeley and Oakland officials have expressed their support for dedicated bus and carpool lanes on the Bay Bridge and parts of Interstate 580 and 880.
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If successful, Arreguín — Berkeley's youngest mayor in over a century — will serve a second four-year term. Arreguín is also the city's first Latinx mayor.
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If successful, Arreguín — Berkeley's youngest mayor in over a century — will serve a second four-year term. Arreguín is also the city's first Latinx mayor.
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On July 25, several statewide officeholders endorsed California state Sen. Scott Wiener's More HOMES Act, or SB 50, according to a press release from California YIMBY, an organization whose name stands for “Yes In My Back Yard.”
On July 25, several statewide officeholders endorsed California state Sen. Scott Wiener's More HOMES Act, or SB 50, according to a press release from California YIMBY, an organization whose name stands for “Yes In My Back Yard.”
Both unions, which represent more than 3,000 Oakland workers cumulatively, according to the press release, alleged that workers have received threats to their jobs because of their support of an alternative to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s budget.
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Both unions, which represent more than 3,000 Oakland workers cumulatively, according to the press release, alleged that workers have received threats to their jobs because of their support of an alternative to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf’s budget.
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After announcing her presidential candidacy Jan. 21, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, formally kicked off her campaign at a rally in her hometown of Oakland Sunday afternoon.
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After announcing her presidential candidacy Jan. 21, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, formally kicked off her campaign at a rally in her hometown of Oakland Sunday afternoon.
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The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit Tuesday against California alleging that the state’s sanctuary city laws are unconstitutional.
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The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit Tuesday against California alleging that the state’s sanctuary city laws are unconstitutional.
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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned residents Saturday of possible Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raids in the San Francisco area, potentially hindering the arrests of more than 800 undocumented immigrants.
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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned residents Saturday of possible Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raids in the San Francisco area, potentially hindering the arrests of more than 800 undocumented immigrants.
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