Severe COVID-19 Infections May Threaten California’s Prisons Heather Harris March 27 2020 California invests more than any other state in prisoners’ health. Still, living conditions that make social distancing difficult and other factors could make the state’s prison population especially susceptible to a coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 and California’s Vulnerable Populations Paulette Cha, Shannon McConville March 23 2020 As California seeks to address the coronavirus pandemic, some groups are at greater risk due to their work, living conditions, underlying health issues, or limited access to care.
Video: A Conversation with Chief Justice of California Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye Mary Severance December 19 2019 California's chief justice talks with PPIC's Mark Baldassare about the various challenges and opportunities facing the court system today.
Video: Key Factors in Arrest Trends and Differences in California’s Counties Mary Severance September 30 2019 At an event in Sacramento, researcher Brandon Martin and an expert panel discuss a new PPIC report on arrests in California and how the findings might guide state and local policy.
Video: A Conversation with Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon Mary Severance August 21 2019 At an event in Sacramento, Speaker Rendon discusses key legislative priorities for this year and his approach to addressing the major challenges facing California.