BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The extent of a problem collectively created by billions of people cannot be resolved by the actions of a handful of individuals, no matter how powerful they may be.
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The extent of a problem collectively created by billions of people cannot be resolved by the actions of a handful of individuals, no matter how powerful they may be.
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According to some UC Berkeley professors, supporters of President Donald Trump are engaged in an effort to suppress voters in marginalized communities and swing the upcoming election in his favor.
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According to some UC Berkeley professors, supporters of President Donald Trump are engaged in an effort to suppress voters in marginalized communities and swing the upcoming election in his favor.
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In 2016, 5.2 million voters cast their ballots in California’s June 7 democratic presidential primary, months after Super Tuesday.
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In 2016, 5.2 million voters cast their ballots in California’s June 7 democratic presidential primary, months after Super Tuesday.
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Though there is agreement among the Democratic presidential candidates that actions must be taken, their climate plans all tackle the crisis differently.
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Though there is agreement among the Democratic presidential candidates that actions must be taken, their climate plans all tackle the crisis differently.
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Election Day in Berkeley this year saw the impacts of the more than $1 million poured into the city’s most contentious measures — although the final votes yielded mixed results for the election’s biggest spenders.
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Election Day in Berkeley this year saw the impacts of the more than $1 million poured into the city’s most contentious measures — although the final votes yielded mixed results for the election’s biggest spenders.
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Berkeley made history Tuesday as the first city in the nation to pass a tax on the distribution of sugar-sweetened beverages.
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Berkeley made history Tuesday as the first city in the nation to pass a tax on the distribution of sugar-sweetened beverages.
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On Tuesday Berkeley citizens will decide whether the city will be the first in the nation to impose a tax on distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages. If passed, the proposed ordinance would impose a tax of one cent per ounce on the distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages.
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On Tuesday Berkeley citizens will decide whether the city will be the first in the nation to impose a tax on distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages. If passed, the proposed ordinance would impose a tax of one cent per ounce on the distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages.
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With less than three weeks until Berkeley voters decide on Measure D, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg donated $85,000 to the Yes on Measure D campaign Wednesday.
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With less than three weeks until Berkeley voters decide on Measure D, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg donated $85,000 to the Yes on Measure D campaign Wednesday.
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A report, co-led by a campus professor and released on Tuesday, intends to advise businesses on investment prospects in the face of climate changes.
A report, co-led by a campus professor and released on Tuesday, intends to advise businesses on investment prospects in the face of climate changes.