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As California rents have increased, so have calls to strengthen rent control laws across the state. Voters this fall will have the chance to weigh in on a potential first…

California voters will vote this fall on whether to divide the state in three. We ask the question: How did the three would-be new states vote in last week's primary…

When the California Housing Finance Agency was created in 1975 in Governor Jerry Brown’s first term, the mission was simple: help low- and moderate-income families buy their first home. More than 40...

The preliminary count from California's primary suggests that voters in certain high profile districts are much more inclined toward Democrats than they were in 2014. That may or may not…

Some 2.5 million ballots across California had not yet been tabulated—a consequence of more voters opting to vote by mail. But for the five California counties that implemented the state…

Small donations alone did not secure Gavin Newsom’s win, but they likely helped build enthusiasm. The lackluster finish by Antonio Villaraigosa shows that a gush of money from a handful…

Teacher housing, new use for a race track, what to do for seniors—voters spoke on these issues and more. Here's what they said.

Attending a university in California can be a financial burden beyond the means of many college hopefuls. Rising tuition is compounded by the lack of affordable housing in the state…

The California Republican Party had a good Election Day. Now what?

1. Trump mattered For months, the two top Republicans in the race, John Cox, a businessman from Rancho Santa Fe, and Huntington Beach Assemblyman Travis Allen, were within sniping distance of one...

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