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Who Do California’s Police Officers Stop – and Why?

By Amalia Mejia, Brandon Martin, Magnus Lofstrom

Sep 29, 2021 ... photo - Police Car Downtown ... Our analysis shows that Latinos, the largest race/ethnic group in the state, are less likely to be stopped ...


Advancing Ecosystem Restoration with Smarter Permitting

By Letitia Grenier, Stephanie Panlasigui, Crissy Pickett, Gokce Sencan

Due in large part to a prolonged planning and permitting process and a change in land ownership, it took nearly a decade to break ground on the restoration.

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Video: Building a Water-Resilient California

By Lori Pottinger

Nov 23, 2020 ... ... the coming year, in light of ongoing disruptions from the pandemic, the recession, lingering drought, and a record-breaking fire season?

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COVID-19 and Crime in Major California Cities

By Magnus Lofstrom, Brandon Martin

Apr 7, 2020 ... This trend was driven by a decline in larceny reports, particularly car break-ins. The drop in larcenies, which are most striking in the Bay ...


California’s Political Geography 2020

By Eric McGhee

As California leans more Democratic in general, conservative Democrats are becoming ... In Figure 2, we break apart these regions into “places' for 2016.