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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Sophie Hahn

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The Berkeley City Council voted to approve the addition of the Fair Workweek Employment Standards ordinance to the Berkeley Municipal Code on Monday.
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The Berkeley City Council voted to approve the addition of the Fair Workweek Employment Standards ordinance to the Berkeley Municipal Code on Monday.
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Aiming to promote a plastic bag-free Berkeley, the Better Berkeley Bag Ban was passed on Tuesday with the help of CALPIRG, a student group at UC Berkeley.
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Aiming to promote a plastic bag-free Berkeley, the Better Berkeley Bag Ban was passed on Tuesday with the help of CALPIRG, a student group at UC Berkeley.
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The vote to approve the permanent appointment of Berkeley Police Department Interim Chief Jennifer Louis was postponed during a City Council meeting Tuesday amid public outcry surrounding alleged misconduct within the police department.
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The vote to approve the permanent appointment of Berkeley Police Department Interim Chief Jennifer Louis was postponed during a City Council meeting Tuesday amid public outcry surrounding alleged misconduct within the police department.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Mark Humbert is in the lead for Berkeley City Council District 8 with 64.05% of the votes as of 5 p.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Mark Humbert is in the lead for Berkeley City Council District 8 with 64.05% of the votes as of 5 p.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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On Nov. 3, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he will bring together local leaders in mid-November to review the state’s current approach to homelessness and identify new strategies to mitigate California’s growing unhoused population.
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On Nov. 3, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he will bring together local leaders in mid-November to review the state’s current approach to homelessness and identify new strategies to mitigate California’s growing unhoused population.
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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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For campus first year Shazad Khan, gun violence had always been a distant idea. Khan said after moving from Singapore to Berkeley for college, gun violence was a newly discovered threat.
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For campus first year Shazad Khan, gun violence had always been a distant idea. Khan said after moving from Singapore to Berkeley for college, gun violence was a newly discovered threat.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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