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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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UC Berkeley researchers examined the usage of transportation network companies across California and how to incentivize pooling and ride shares.
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UC Berkeley researchers examined the usage of transportation network companies across California and how to incentivize pooling and ride shares.
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Even when you love teaching, who wants to stick around at a job lacking such basic necessities? Most lecturers can’t afford to.
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Even when you love teaching, who wants to stick around at a job lacking such basic necessities? Most lecturers can’t afford to.
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Prop. 22 is a crucial step in gig companies’ fight to protect their business models and create a category of workers without rights.
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Prop. 22 is a crucial step in gig companies’ fight to protect their business models and create a category of workers without rights.
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The Berkeley Forum hosted a virtual panel Monday featuring labor rights organizers and economists to discuss the future of the gig economy.
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The Berkeley Forum hosted a virtual panel Monday featuring labor rights organizers and economists to discuss the future of the gig economy.
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Out of the 12 propositions on the ballot, three have been approved by voters and five have failed while the rest remain uncertain, as of press time.
Out of the 12 propositions on the ballot, three have been approved by voters and five have failed while the rest remain uncertain, as of press time.
According to data gathered by California Target Book, which gives nonpartisan information on the state’s politics, voters have seen an increase of more than $150 million in spending on advertisements for ballot measures this year compared to 2016.
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According to data gathered by California Target Book, which gives nonpartisan information on the state’s politics, voters have seen an increase of more than $150 million in spending on advertisements for ballot measures this year compared to 2016.
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Here are The Daily Californian Editorial Board’s takes on each of the measures and how residents should vote this November. 
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Here are The Daily Californian Editorial Board’s takes on each of the measures and how residents should vote this November. 
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Victoria Fierce, co-founder of East Bay for Everyone and director of operations for the California Renters Legal Advocacy and Education Fund, is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors at-large seat.
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Victoria Fierce, co-founder of East Bay for Everyone and director of operations for the California Renters Legal Advocacy and Education Fund, is running for the AC Transit Board of Directors at-large seat.
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We can and should make mobility a right for everyone, not just a privilege for those who can afford it.
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We can and should make mobility a right for everyone, not just a privilege for those who can afford it.
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