Testimony: California’s Exclusive Electorate & the 2016 Election Mark Baldassare May 13 2016 As California's population continues to expand and change, the voting rolls are not keeping pace, and the state’s voters remain unrepresentative of its population.
Paying for Higher Education Linda Strean November 17 2014 Understanding the cost of public higher education has become more critical than ever. At a panel discussion in Sacramento, experts critiqued the way California finances colleges now and offered their own solutions.
California’s New Leaders Focus on Poverty David Lesher October 7 2014 Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and Senator Kevin de León, who will take over as senate president pro tem later this month, each told a Sacramento audience about growing up in poverty and the role it has played in their shared view of the state’s responsibility to those in need.
Now Hiring: Skilled Health Workers David Lesher September 23 2014 Changing medical technology, an aging population and new health care policies have raised important questions about the workforce that will be needed in the future. This was the topic of a PPIC report and panel discussion in Sacramento.