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Prop 1 Passing is a win for California, but we can’t forget our neighbors

Soon after the Supreme Court overturned the right to privacy when it comes to women’s health, state politicians began arguing for and against abortion rights, birth control access and sex education for the citizens residing under their control.  With abortion rights being included on some ballots, citizens could decide whether or not they wanted to […]

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Where to vote in San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Obispo County will have 23 Voting Service Centers for in-person voting between Oct. 31 and Nov. 3, and 19 drop-off locations for mail-in ballots until Nov. 3, according to the County Clerk-Recorder. At Voting Service Centers, residents can vote in-person, drop off mail-in ballots, receive a replacement mail-in ballot, conditionally register to vote, […]

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Meet the three 2019-2020 ASI presidential candidates

Video by Austin Linthicum & Connor McCarthy Three candidates are campaigning to be the 2019-2020 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. The president represents the Cal Poly student body and works closely with university administration. Alex Bires Journalism freshman Alex Bires is running for president while finishing his first year at Cal Poly. “I wanted to […]