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photo - Serious Woman In Cafe Looking at Phon How Are Unemployed Californians Faring on the Road to Recovery? As California prepares to reopen, unemployment has declined substantially from its pandemic peak. Still, lower-income workers, workers of color, and the youngest workers are far more likely than others to be unemployed. Read More
Woman Placing Open Sign In Store Getty 1279940677 As the State Reopens, Some Californians Are Still Worried about COVID-19 As California prepares to reopen on June 15, concerns about getting the coronavirus have declined and vaccinations continue to increase. But some residents remain wary about COVID-19, and the shares who have received the vaccine vary across racial/ethnic and income groups. Read More
Crowd Raising and Holding Rainbow Flags During Gay Pride Californians Support Protections for the LGBTQ+ Community Overwhelming majorities of Californians favor a proposed federal law that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, though views differ across party lines. Read More
photo - California Aqueduct System, Pumping Plant, San Luis Canal How Water Bonds Plug Spending Holes As California responds to yet another drought and prepares for a future of greater climate extremes, securing funding to boost the water system’s resilience is a top priority. Read More
photo - New Born Baby California’s New Baby Bust Although birth rates have been falling for years, they reached new lows in 2021. Women in their 20s account for the vast majority of recent declines. Read More
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