For Many Californians, Poverty Is One Minor Expense Away Tess Thorman December 17 2019 More than 7 million Californians live near poverty, with just enough resources to meet their basic needs.
Improving Equity in Mental Health Services Daniel Tan December 12 2019 Although the share of Californians without health coverage has declined substantially, many challenges remain to ensure that coverage translates into access, particularly in the area of mental health.
The Democratic Presidential Primary: What Do Californians Care About? Mark Baldassare December 6 2019 With California's primary less than three months away, voters most want to hear from the candidates on health care, the environment, jobs and the economy, and immigration.
Interactive: Californians’ Views on Homelessness Alyssa Dykman, Vicki Hsieh November 21 2019 A majority of Californians say the presence of homeless people has increased in their community over the past year, and most support a policy proposal that aims to increase access to shelters.