Proposition 187 and a Changing California Dean Bonner November 6 2019 Twenty-five years ago, California voters approved Prop. 187, which sought to deny most public benefits to undocumented immigrants. Today, most Californians support policies to protect them.
Skills-based Immigration and California’s Workforce Joseph Hayes June 17 2019 The immigration plan recently announced by the White House prioritizes immigrants with higher levels of education. What might this mean for California immigration overall and for the state’s workforce?
Californians’ Views of Immigration Policy—Now and Then Dean Bonner March 20 2019 When it comes to immigration policy, public opinion in California differs from that in the nation overall and also has shifted over time.
Video: A Conversation with California’s Legislative Leadership Mary Severance February 4 2019 Toni Atkins, president pro tem of the California State Senate, talks with PPIC’s Mark Baldassare about key challenges and opportunities facing California and how state policymakers can address them.
Video: 2020 Census: ¿Por qué es tan importante el censo? Joseph Hayes October 24 2018 ¿Por qué es tan importante el censo? Y ¿es seguro participar si no soy ciudadano? Why is the census so important? And is it safe for everyone to participate?