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photo - Police Officer's Badge Black Californians Stand Out in Views of Police Treatment About one in five African Americans believe the police treat all racial and ethnic groups fairly, compared with half or more of whites, Asian Americans, and Latinos who believe this. Read More
photo - Back of Graduates Wearing Mortar Boards California Sees More College Graduates, but Progress Is Uneven The share of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree has grown, but gains have varied by geography and across racial/ethnic groups. Read More
photo - California Secretary of State Shirley Weber Video: A Conversation with Secretary of State Shirley Weber Secretary of State Weber discusses her longstanding commitment to broadening voter participation and talks about how California can continue to boost turnout. Read More
photo - Judge Holding Gavel in Courtroom New Bail Ruling Could Affect Tens of Thousands of Californians A recent California Supreme Court ruling forbids keeping arrestees in jail because they cannot afford to pay bail. What are the potential implications for the state’s criminal justice system? Read More
photo - Wildflowers at Wind Wolves Preserve in Bakersfield, California Creating a Place for Nature in the San Joaquin Valley The quest for groundwater sustainability will result in large amounts of irrigated farmland being retired in the San Joaquin Valley. We talked to Scott Butterfield of The Nature Conservancy about how some of these lands could be restored to natural areas that bring multiple benefits. Read More
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