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SB Supervisors and Young Democrats Discuss Lack of Recreational Dispensaries

As the drug becomes progressively more available, Williams and Lavagnino suspect that a lot of marijuana’s negative stigma will begin to fade.
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Police Issue Five Citations During Underage Drinking Decoy Operation in I.V. & Goleta

Overall, 67 people were contacted in I.V. and Goleta.
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Baby Birds Expected to Hatch Across Campus in the Upcoming Months

As spring begins, hundreds of baby birds are expected to hatch across the UCSB campus in the upcoming months.
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CSD Elects New Board Director to Fill Vacant Seat

Nguyen is the first woman of color to serve on the I.V. CSD.
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Three Candidates Emerge for Vacant I.V. CSD Seat

The individual who will fill Jordan’s empty seat will hold the position until December 2020.
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UCSB Freedom 4 Youth Raises Money For Juvenile Camp in SB

Freedom 4 Youth is raising money for the Los Prietos Juvenile Camp in Santa Barbara with a candle-selling fundraiser.
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SB Issues Evacuation Warnings In Response To Projected Friday Storm

If the forecast does not change, SBSO will issue an official evacuation order on Friday.
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SB Legislators Propose New Bills in Attempt To Turn the Tide on Offshore Drilling and Pipeline Safety

Congressman Carbajal and Senator Jackson have introduced new legislation that should help limit the detrimental effects of oil rigging on the environment.
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50th Anniversary of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill: A Catalyst of the Modern Environmental Movement

Now, the Union Oil catastrophe is known widely as a catalyst of the modern environmental movement.
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Unfinished Business: I.V., State, and National Leaders Praise New California Gun Control Laws But Hope For More

UCSB’s past experience with gun violence oftentimes compels many local leaders and students to be more vocal about their opinions on the issue of gun control.
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SB County Orders Evacuations in Preparation for Storms

The evacuation notice will extend to Wednesday.
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Community Takes Small Steps Toward Electric Scooter Regulation

December saw a decrease in electric scooter related crashes, fewer impounds and lower numbers of citations.
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I.V. CSD Shakes Up Board Leadership

The board also unanimously voted to officially appoint SBCC Board President-elect Jonathan Abboud as its general manager.
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Munger Donates 1800-Acre Property to UCSB, College Will Maintain as Working Ranch

The property also includes seven homes and a man-made lake.
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SBC Residents Demand Police End Cooperation With I.C.E. During Annual T.R.U.T.H. Act Forum

Sheriff Brown emphasized during the forum that the prison release dates were public in accordance with state law.
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