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New law helps correct past mistakes

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new law Tuesday morning that will allow minors a second chance to clean up their Internet history.

SB 568, signed into law by the governor, gives Internet and social media users under the age of 18 a chance to correct their online past before it becomes part of a resume that follows for life. The law goes into effect in January 2015.

San Francisco’s KGO Channel 7 was on campus Tuesday interviewing students like Jaroby Augusta, 18, a City College performing arts major, about the new law. Augusta supports the new law and told the TV station outside the cafeteria, just hours after the bill was signed, that he described

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Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown pumps up City College students

California Gov. Jerry Brown visited City College Oct. 18 to address Proposition 30 and rally students to vote in the Nov. 6 election.

Brown spoke on the importance of stopping statewide budget cuts on education. Darrell Steinberg, California Senate president Pro Tem; Taylor Valmores, City College Student Senate president; Brice Harris, incoming chancellor of California Community Colleges and former chancellor of the Los Rios Community Colleges District; and Jeff Freitas, secretary-treasurer of the California Federation of Teachers, joined the press conference in urging City College students to vote for Proposition 30.

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Gov. Jerry Brown to visit SCC 10-18

City College’s Art Court Theatre Courtyard will host Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday, Oct. 18, at noon for a speech about Proposition 30 and…

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The bigger picture

When it comes to art, patience and luck can go a long way and for Sandy Follett, 54, a photography major who attends both City College and Cosumnes…

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Land Park plays host to political forum

The race for California’s new governor came to William Land Park today as Jerry Brown rallied his supporters and presented his political platform at a…

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Race for governor begins to take shape

Of the many contenders vying for the chance to be California’s next governor, Attorney General Jerry Brown and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman appear to…