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Oroville City Council Declares City ‘Constitutional Republic’ in Defiance of COVID Mandates

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OROVILLE (CBS 13) — The city of Oroville is getting national attention for announcing they will not follow controversial orders issued by the governor or president. The fight stems from a number of federal and state pandemic protection mandates.

Oroville city leaders are launching a resolution revolution. In a 6-1 vote, the city council declared Oroville a “Constitutional Republic City.”

“This mandate is not saying we are against laws or for anarchy,” said Scott Thomson, Oroville vice mayor.

Thomson said it’s the city’s effort to send a strong message to state and federal leaders.

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Police Investigating Crash in Berkeley

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BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Police in Berkeley are asking motorists to avoid the intersection of Ashby Avenue and Sacramento Street due to a collision on Sunday morning.

The intersection will be closed for until at about 10:30 a.m. for an investigation, and traffic will be detoured, police said in an advisory at 7:35 a.m.

Information about injuries in the crash was not immediately available.

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Dutch Impose New Tighter Lockdown Amid Spiking Infections

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The Netherlands has moved into a tougher lockdown that was announced amid spiking infection rates even before the country recorded its first confirmed cases of the new, more highly transmissible omicron variant.

Original Post: seattletimes.com

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Heavy Rainfall, Holiday Travel May Slow Sunday Traffic in Northwest Washington

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The usual slowdowns drivers encounter at the end of the Thanksgiving weekend may be worse than usual this year, due to flood watches in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and King counties, as well as the Olympic Peninsula.

Article: seattletimes.com

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