Fiscal & Governance Reform
Primary Takeaways: Democracy Is Alive and Well in California Mark Baldassare July 14 2018 Highest turnout for a gubernatorial primary since 2000, surging independent voter participation, and diverse statewide candidates—democracy is alive and well in California.
What Does the Repeal of Net Neutrality Mean for California Schools? Justin Goss, Niu Gao July 11 2018 California’s K–12 schools increasingly rely on internet service for instruction and test administration—what does repealing net neutrality mean for them?
Paying for Water’s “Fiscal Orphans” Lori Pottinger July 9 2018 Bonds don’t currently cover ongoing expenses for the projects they fund. We talked to Dean Misczynski about his proposal to change that.
The Federal Farm Bill Could Affect CalFresh Caroline Danielson July 3 2018 The federal Farm Bill is due for reauthorization and under debate in Congress—possibly changing CalFresh work and eligibility requirements.