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California’s Health Care Safety Net

By Shannon McConville

Core safety net providers—including county hospitals, health clinics, and emergency departments (EDs)—are located throughout the state and treat patients ...


Keeping College Affordable for California Students

By Kevin Cook, Jacob Jackson

In the past, its public colleges and universities charged little or no tuition. More recently, the state has combined higher tuition with more financial aid ...


Police Use of Force and Misconduct in California

By Deepak Premkumar, Alexandria Gumbs, Shannon McConville, Renee Hsia

The legal standard to evaluate whether excessive force merits criminal charges has changed as well. In 2019, the California State Legislature passed ...


Dual Enrollment in California

By Olga Rodriguez, Niu Gao

Dual enrollment provides opportunities for high school students to take college courses and earn college credit. The pandemic has fueled a nationwide surge ...


Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops

By Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, Deepak Premkumar

... greatest public health crisis in at least a century—a pandemic in which communities of color carried the heaviest burden—the killing of George Floyd, ...


Groundwater and Urban Growth in the San Joaquin Valley

By Andrew Ayres, Ellen Hanak, Henry McCann, David Mitchell ...

(7) Today, just a handful charge flat rates.(8) The shift to metering and volumetric billing has likely provided a boost to water conservation.(9) ...


Improving California’s Water Market

By Andrew Ayres, Ellen Hanak, Brian Gray, Gokce Sencan ...

In most places, the GSAs put in charge of sustainability planning were entirely new governance structures, and any governance structure needs time to ...