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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 21, 2023

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The California Restaurant Association, or CRA, filed an appeal Aug. 4 against a July district court ruling supporting Berkeley’s ban on natural gas. 
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The California Restaurant Association, or CRA, filed an appeal Aug. 4 against a July district court ruling supporting Berkeley’s ban on natural gas. 
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More than a year after the California Restaurant Association, or CRA, filed a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley regarding a ban on natural gas pipes, both sides argued their cases during a hearing Tuesday. 
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More than a year after the California Restaurant Association, or CRA, filed a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley regarding a ban on natural gas pipes, both sides argued their cases during a hearing Tuesday. 
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Earlier in December, a federal judge dismissed several local police officers from a lawsuit which claimed they used excessive force during the November 2011 Occupy Cal protests.
Earlier in December, a federal judge dismissed several local police officers from a lawsuit which claimed they used excessive force during the November 2011 Occupy Cal protests.
At a Tuesday hearing regarding the ongoing Occupy Cal lawsuit, a judge made a procedural ruling against the activist group, who is seeking $15 million in damages against the university and other parties, but allowed the group one week to refile one of their complaints.
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At a Tuesday hearing regarding the ongoing Occupy Cal lawsuit, a judge made a procedural ruling against the activist group, who is seeking $15 million in damages against the university and other parties, but allowed the group one week to refile one of their complaints.
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Attorneys representing members of both the UC Berkeley administration and BAMN met before a U.S. district judge in a case management conference regarding the ongoing Occupy Cal lawsuit on Monday afternoon.
Attorneys representing members of both the UC Berkeley administration and BAMN met before a U.S. district judge in a case management conference regarding the ongoing Occupy Cal lawsuit on Monday afternoon.
UC Berkeley administrators will not be dismissed from a lawsuit alleging that they authorized police violence during a November 2011 Occupy Cal protest, a federal judge ruled on Friday.
UC Berkeley administrators will not be dismissed from a lawsuit alleging that they authorized police violence during a November 2011 Occupy Cal protest, a federal judge ruled on Friday.
In a hearing Tuesday, UC Berkeley administrators sought dismissal from a lawsuit that alleges they were complicit in the police response to the Fall 2011 Occupy Cal protests.
In a hearing Tuesday, UC Berkeley administrators sought dismissal from a lawsuit that alleges they were complicit in the police response to the Fall 2011 Occupy Cal protests.