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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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From “California Dreamin’ ” to “California Gurls,” California lives in the public imagination as a land of sunny beaches and progressive politics. Tweets about the Supreme Court’s ruling express sentiments such as, “California is not Florida,” and “You got to love California,” but California is not the abortion safe haven we view it as. 
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From “California Dreamin’ ” to “California Gurls,” California lives in the public imagination as a land of sunny beaches and progressive politics. Tweets about the Supreme Court’s ruling express sentiments such as, “California is not Florida,” and “You got to love California,” but California is not the abortion safe haven we view it as. 
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Because of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, pre-med students are starting to reconsider where and whether they might apply for medical school.
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Because of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, pre-med students are starting to reconsider where and whether they might apply for medical school.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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In November, California constituents will vote on Proposition 1, which would enshrine reproductive rights in the California constitution. Prop. 1 is necessary to protect freedom of choice and prevent further wrongful infringements on women’s rights.
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In November, California constituents will vote on Proposition 1, which would enshrine reproductive rights in the California constitution. Prop. 1 is necessary to protect freedom of choice and prevent further wrongful infringements on women’s rights.
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A proposed state constitutional amendment regarding abortion rights will be on Californians’ ballots this November. As election day draws closer, students on campus and activist organizations alike weighed in on the implications of the proposition.
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A proposed state constitutional amendment regarding abortion rights will be on Californians’ ballots this November. As election day draws closer, students on campus and activist organizations alike weighed in on the implications of the proposition.
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With the Court as the subject of significant controversy and congressional elections, the American public should understand why it is not uniquely chaotic today, but rather chaotic by its very design.
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With the Court as the subject of significant controversy and congressional elections, the American public should understand why it is not uniquely chaotic today, but rather chaotic by its very design.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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An Aug. 24 Berkeley Institute of Government Studies poll found that 71% of polled voters support an amendment to the state constitution.
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An Aug. 24 Berkeley Institute of Government Studies poll found that 71% of polled voters support an amendment to the state constitution.
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