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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a package of bills intended to support businesses Oct. 8, prompting temperate reactions from small business owners in Berkeley.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a package of bills intended to support businesses Oct. 8, prompting temperate reactions from small business owners in Berkeley.
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Gov. Newsom signed a set of bills easing marijuana restrictions, including one regulating how marijuana retailers donate products to medicinal users.
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Gov. Newsom signed a set of bills easing marijuana restrictions, including one regulating how marijuana retailers donate products to medicinal users.
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All of the co-sponsors work in public health and equity, and therefore the questions at the forum were about how health impacts other public issues, according to Amber Akemi Piatt.
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All of the co-sponsors work in public health and equity, and therefore the questions at the forum were about how health impacts other public issues, according to Amber Akemi Piatt.
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More than 50 community members packed the room — with more people than chairs available — for the Landmarks Preservation Commission meeting Thursday to protest development at 1900 Fourth St., also known as the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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More than 50 community members packed the room — with more people than chairs available — for the Landmarks Preservation Commission meeting Thursday to protest development at 1900 Fourth St., also known as the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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On Monday night, members of the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board voted to oppose state Senate Bill 35 regarding the creation of affordable housing until amendments are made to clarify and make the bill more inclusive.
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On Monday night, members of the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board voted to oppose state Senate Bill 35 regarding the creation of affordable housing until amendments are made to clarify and make the bill more inclusive.
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