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Californians now demand a just recovery because income inequality, the housing crisis and a lack of investment in education were made worse by the pandemic.
SB 1079 is designed to help California avoid another takeover of single-family homes that corporations employed in the Great Recession.
California should review regulatory policies that affect the agriculture-port relationship with having a goal of economic resilience.
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California has based public school funding on a per pupil policy but a new law changes that and it will harm schools in growing communities.
California’s plans to allow schools to reopen raises questions and concerns; teachers’ union outlines five criteria to safely reopen for in-person classes.
From parks to rangeland, California’s open spaces provide a variety of benefits that it’s next to impossible to put a price tag on – until now.
Assembly Bill 890 will remove restrictions on patient access to nurse practitioners and help fill California’s primary care provider gap.
A federal moratorium on evicting tenants from federally-aided housing expired Aug. 1; here is an answer to dramatically change eviction process outcomes.
Our international students have paid tuition, signed housing leases and registered for classes; and now they have to get on the next plane home.
The Elevate Justice Act would raise the age of juvenile jurisdiction from 17 to 19, producing effective changes for youth in the adult justice system.
We need the redistricting commission to combat gerrymandering and to fairly draw boundaries so diverse communities can elect candidates of their choice.