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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 22, 2023

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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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Following considerable deliberation, California state legislators approved a $262.6 billion budget proposal Monday, compromising with Gov. Gavin Newsom on key topics such as economic stimulus, homelessness and higher education.
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Following considerable deliberation, California state legislators approved a $262.6 billion budget proposal Monday, compromising with Gov. Gavin Newsom on key topics such as economic stimulus, homelessness and higher education.
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State legislators unveiled a new proposal Tuesday that would increase the number of California residents admitted to three UC colleges by limiting out-of-state and international enrollment.
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State legislators unveiled a new proposal Tuesday that would increase the number of California residents admitted to three UC colleges by limiting out-of-state and international enrollment.
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Laws intended to address issues brought to public attention in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal are going into effect this year.
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Laws intended to address issues brought to public attention in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal are going into effect this year.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 697, a bill that will require CSU Trustees and UC Regents to share whether they provide any form of preferential treatment within their admissions process to applicants on the basis of their relationships to donors or alumni Friday.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 697, a bill that will require CSU Trustees and UC Regents to share whether they provide any form of preferential treatment within their admissions process to applicants on the basis of their relationships to donors or alumni Friday.
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Amid concerns around surveillance and privacy, San Francisco banned police use of facial recognition technology May 14 after the state Assembly’s Feb. 21 introduction of a similar ban.
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Amid concerns around surveillance and privacy, San Francisco banned police use of facial recognition technology May 14 after the state Assembly’s Feb. 21 introduction of a similar ban.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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AB 807 would authorize the state Legislature to consider eliminating the time switch and move to daylight saving time all year.
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AB 807 would authorize the state Legislature to consider eliminating the time switch and move to daylight saving time all year.
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In November 2017, UC executives Seth Grossman and Bernie Jones resigned because of their interference in a state auditor's survey — but in a California State Assembly hearing Tuesday, lawmakers questioned former California Supreme Court justice Carlos R. Moreno, who led the investigation, regarding why UC President Janet Napolitano is not being held responsible.
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In November 2017, UC executives Seth Grossman and Bernie Jones resigned because of their interference in a state auditor's survey — but in a California State Assembly hearing Tuesday, lawmakers questioned former California Supreme Court justice Carlos R. Moreno, who led the investigation, regarding why UC President Janet Napolitano is not being held responsible.
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The Trump administration rescinded guidelines protecting transgender students’ ability to access bathrooms corresponding to their gender identity Wednesday, sparking criticism from the Berkeley community.
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The Trump administration rescinded guidelines protecting transgender students’ ability to access bathrooms corresponding to their gender identity Wednesday, sparking criticism from the Berkeley community.
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