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Governor’s task force report emphasizes a strong and resilient economy must have equity at its core – prioritizing communities that have been left behind.
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Disconnects between K-12 and higher education data systems can lead students to have their college eligibility determined incorrectly; here’s a solution.
Lawmakers at every level of government have a role to play in tackling the student homelessness crisis.
California Air Resources Board’s resolution shows leadership on the importance of all-electric buildings to meet the state’s climate goals.
Gov. Newsom should appoint a Latino or Latina to the U.S. Senate seat to fulfill the promise of “California for All.”
Looking forward, 2021 will be an important year for moving ahead on implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
Building a health care workforce that works for every patient is one of the most important investments we can make for the health and wellness of California.
California needs more regional cooperation and community buy-in to deal with affordable housing and make our state affordable for every family.
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.
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.