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Signs that oppose soda tax have been taken down  Signs that oppose the tax have been taken down. One incident led to a heated confrontation that was caught on video Ron Paul visits San Francisco, UC Berkeley Map of Zellerbach Auditorium Berkeley
Berkeley passed soda tax

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  Berkeley became the first city in the nation to adopt a soda tax. Measure D levied a penny-per-ounce tax on sugar-sweetened drinks

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  Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is for a fundraiser in San Francisco and a town hall meeting at the University of California

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Jun.28 Bush Impeachment On City Ballot  The left-leaning city will let voters decide whether to call for the impeachment of President and Vice President

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Nov.3 Tax and prostitution measures defeated
  4 tax measures and Measure Q, which would have made enforcement of prostitution laws the lowest priority
Oct.31 Alta Bates Delivers Absentee Ballots  At 3 hospitals, patients who are registered to vote can submit a ballot without leaving their hospital beds Jun.23 Residents to vote on legalizing prostitution
  An advocacy group had gathered nearly 3,200 signatures, about 1,000 more than needed Feb.14 Kucinich tells crowd he'll win Bay Area vote  UC Berkeley: Ohio Rep. is telling a lunchtime crowd that California 'has the ability to take this election in a totally different direction'

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Nov.6 Tom Bates elected as mayor
  Mayor Shirley Dean lost to challenger Tom Bates, a former state assemblyman. Bates had 55.9 % of the vote and Dean 42.4% Nov.5 Coffee measure fails
  Voters rejected a measure that would have made it a crime to sell coffee that wasn't made from the right beans

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Oct.6 Ex-mayor to enter Assembly race  Loni Hancock plans to run for the state Assembly seat. Tom Bates, her husband, held it for two decades

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Dec.21 Alternative voting system
  City Council has approved Instant Runoffs Voting to allows voters to rank the candidates

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