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Hall Monitor
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First, the Bad News
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Life during Wartime
Risky business in Mindanao
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Contract balk
SFPUC's general manager wants Bechtel to stay despite protests
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Speier's Capping it off
Oakland dumps rent cap for CPI
By Pauli Wai

Opening doors?
City College panel considers adopting good-government law
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Cruel and unconstitutional
California's death penalty is legally unsound
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Maximum cool
Robert Forster motivates through the hard times.
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It's only words
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Confederate slags
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Long live love
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