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California’s forests can again function as they did historically and be more resilient to wildfires, if the state makes these major shifts.
As we experience the holidays in the time of COVID-19, let’s keep the most vulnerable in mind and remember that suicide is preventable.
Governor’s task force report emphasizes a strong and resilient economy must have equity at its core – prioritizing communities that have been left behind.
A poll of California voters, conducted just before the election, finds a high level of resistance to new taxes.
A new administration in the White House will strengthen California’s position on the world stage and in global trade.
California needs more regional cooperation and community buy-in to deal with affordable housing and make our state affordable for every family.
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The latest recommendations to the proposed ethnic studies curriculum, under consideration this week, are a bold step forward for California students.
California’s Dual Language Learners are at particular risk of falling behind. But, this is not inevitable if we take action now.
The spaces of indoor climbing centers are more akin to shopping malls than your local gym, so why is the government shutting them down?
Laws that criminalize everyday behavior like sleeping and sitting are specifically used to target certain Californians for simply existing in public space.
Our international students have paid tuition, signed housing leases and registered for classes; and now they have to get on the next plane home.