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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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UC Berkeley alumnus and incumbent Rigel Robinson has won the race for Berkeley City Council District 7 with 56 votes as of 7:40 a.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for. 
UC Berkeley alumnus and incumbent Rigel Robinson has won the race for Berkeley City Council District 7 with 56 votes as of 7:40 a.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for. 
Terry Wiley, current chief assistant district attorney in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, is running to lead the office as the first Black district attorney in county history.
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Terry Wiley, current chief assistant district attorney in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, is running to lead the office as the first Black district attorney in county history.
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Ending anti-Asian hate requires compassion and support from all of us, regardless of ethnic identity, age or occupation.
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Ending anti-Asian hate requires compassion and support from all of us, regardless of ethnic identity, age or occupation.
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The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the current cash bail system Thursday — a decision that some feel could lead to numerous releases and a more just future for marginalized communities.
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The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the current cash bail system Thursday — a decision that some feel could lead to numerous releases and a more just future for marginalized communities.
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Hoping to follow in Nevada and Colorado’s footsteps, California legislators have joined advocates in pushing for Assembly Constitutional Amendment 6, or ACA 6, which would allow nearly 50,000 disenfranchised Californians to vote.
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Hoping to follow in Nevada and Colorado’s footsteps, California legislators have joined advocates in pushing for Assembly Constitutional Amendment 6, or ACA 6, which would allow nearly 50,000 disenfranchised Californians to vote.
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About 350 teachers, students, superintendents, union leaders, workers, parents and school board presidents from Alameda County rallied and spoke with legislators in Sacramento on Wednesday, calling for more public education funding in California, according to the Alameda County Office of Education’s director of communications and public affairs Michelle Smith McDonald.
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About 350 teachers, students, superintendents, union leaders, workers, parents and school board presidents from Alameda County rallied and spoke with legislators in Sacramento on Wednesday, calling for more public education funding in California, according to the Alameda County Office of Education’s director of communications and public affairs Michelle Smith McDonald.
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Berkeley City Council will vote Tuesday on a Sanctuary Contracting Ordinance, which would prevent the city from entering into contracts with businesses that act as data brokers or provide extreme vetting services to ICE.
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Berkeley City Council will vote Tuesday on a Sanctuary Contracting Ordinance, which would prevent the city from entering into contracts with businesses that act as data brokers or provide extreme vetting services to ICE.
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State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, announced Monday the unveiling of SB 18, which seeks to expand state funding and offer rental assistance and legal aid to help California residents who are at risk of displacement.
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State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, announced Monday the unveiling of SB 18, which seeks to expand state funding and offer rental assistance and legal aid to help California residents who are at risk of displacement.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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