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TBL Staff and Finance Board Critical of A.S. Senate’s Decisions
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TBL Staff and Finance Board Critical of A.S. Senate’s Decisions

Last night’s Associated Students Senate meeting witnessed heavy student participation with representatives from the Finance Board, The Bottom Line, several campus queer groups and other organizations all asking for support from the Senate and expressing their disappointment with recent Senate decisions. Last week, Finance Board agreed to allocate $12,000 to […]

Student Senate, A.S. Executive Director Discuss Need for Increased Student Space on Campus
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Student Senate, A.S. Executive Director Discuss Need for Increased Student Space on Campus

The Associated Students Senate held their weekly meeting last night and discussed issues regarding ongoing campus development and further engaging the student body in tackling the current budgetary obstacles facing the UC system at the state level.Speakers in the meeting focused particularly on the school’s physical landscape, emphasizing the need […]

TBL Requests Additional Funding
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TBL Requests Additional Funding

Last night’s Associated Students Legislative Council meeting focused on the organization’s budget, highlighting discrepancies between the groups’ funding and next year’s decreased honoraria. Most of the discussion centered on the precarious future of The Bottom Line’s print edition as around 19 of its staff members presented their arguments to the […]

A.S. Deliberates UCOP Tax, Frets Over Election
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A.S. Deliberates UCOP Tax, Frets Over Election

Budget strains and funding issues dominated A.S. Legislative Council’s agenda during its meeting last night. Council members approved a $500 allocation for the Elections Committee to supplement the advertising budget for Spring Elections. The council also doled out a significant portion of its remaining budget for the year to the […]

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Leg Council Reviews New Tax

A.S. Legislative Council discussed the UC Board of Regents’ tax initiative to restructure the UC Office of the President’s funding model during this week’s meeting. The tax requires that the UCs pay a 1.69 percent fee on all revenue-earning finances including student lock-in fees. Leg Council created an ad hoc […]