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Ethnic studies promises a higher level of engagement for marginalized student groups and a heightened awareness of cultural engagement.
Here’s why investing in programs to promote postsecondary education is necessary to meet California’s future workforce needs.
The Department of Water Resources should enhance groundwater protection with changes to California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
The Republicans’ idea is to exploit the state’s recall provisions and harness public frustrations to secure an off-cycle election.
AB 537 would develop a universal, streamlined permitting process for high-speed internet projects to help bridge the digital divide.
The Attorney General’s office is blocking access to key data that gun violence researchers need; AB 1237 would remove the red tape.
Costs of affordable housing projects are truly staggering, but using modular components can save time and money.
State lawmakers are deliberating bills to extend health coverage to more low-income Californians, regardless of immigration status.
Law enforcement’s indifference to a rape kit backlog reporting requirement is stunning; Legislature should hold agencies accountable.
The American Dream and Promise Act recently passed by the House of Representatives is a positive step in the right direction.