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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 27, 2023

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UC Berkeley students, including representatives from the ASUC and Berkeley Student Cooperative, filled the crowd at the City Council meeting Tuesday to oppose an increase in the city’s Indoor Entertainment Inspection Fee.
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UC Berkeley students, including representatives from the ASUC and Berkeley Student Cooperative, filled the crowd at the City Council meeting Tuesday to oppose an increase in the city’s Indoor Entertainment Inspection Fee.
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After landing Monday night at the Oakland Airport to applause, members of the Berkeley Fire Department who were deployed in Texas to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey were awarded only a short break to catch their breath and replenish supplies before being swooped into another mission.
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After landing Monday night at the Oakland Airport to applause, members of the Berkeley Fire Department who were deployed in Texas to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey were awarded only a short break to catch their breath and replenish supplies before being swooped into another mission.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín urged the campus to cancel plans to host Milo Yiannopoulos during a student group's upcoming "Free Speech Week," as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín urged the campus to cancel plans to host Milo Yiannopoulos during a student group's upcoming "Free Speech Week," as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Sunday’s rallies in Downtown Berkeley featured clashes between “alt-right” ralliers and counterprotesters, but some activists and residents still consider it a largely “peaceful” and “successful” event.
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Sunday’s rallies in Downtown Berkeley featured clashes between “alt-right” ralliers and counterprotesters, but some activists and residents still consider it a largely “peaceful” and “successful” event.
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A poster warning Berkeley residents of the advent of Nazis and alt-right fascists cropped up in the window of Spats, a pub at 1974 Shattuck Ave. — ”Nazis are coming, defend Berkeley!” cautioned the sign.
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A poster warning Berkeley residents of the advent of Nazis and alt-right fascists cropped up in the window of Spats, a pub at 1974 Shattuck Ave. — ”Nazis are coming, defend Berkeley!” cautioned the sign.
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The City of Berkeley is now advising community members to “stay away” from an alt-right “No to Marxism in America” rally scheduled in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Aug. 27 and to not "create alternative events near downtown Berkeley."
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The City of Berkeley is now advising community members to “stay away” from an alt-right “No to Marxism in America” rally scheduled in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Aug. 27 and to not "create alternative events near downtown Berkeley."
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City Council authorized $300,000 for the next two fiscal years to the Rent Stabilization Board and approved urgency items related to public bathrooms.
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City Council authorized $300,000 for the next two fiscal years to the Rent Stabilization Board and approved urgency items related to public bathrooms.
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Black residents in Berkeley are almost six times more likely to have force used on them, nearly six times more likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and three times more likely during a vehicle stop to be subjected to a search by Berkeley Police Department officers, compared to white Berkeley residents, according to the CPE report.
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Black residents in Berkeley are almost six times more likely to have force used on them, nearly six times more likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and three times more likely during a vehicle stop to be subjected to a search by Berkeley Police Department officers, compared to white Berkeley residents, according to the CPE report.
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