LISTEN: CALmatters reporter Matt Levin talks about the California dream

CALmatters data reporter Matt Levin tunes in for a discussion on The California Dream project, a statewide nonprofit media collaboration focused on issues of economic opportunity, quality-of-life, and the future of the California Dream. Partner organizations include CALMatters, Capital Public Radio, KPBS, KPCC, and KQED with major support provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the James Irvine Foundation.

Read Levin’s report on the California dream here.

Follow Levin on Twitter at @mlevinreports.

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