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Delivering on an Equitable Recovery for Californians

By Sarah Bohn, Shannon McConville, Daniel Payares-Montoya

California has created a $600-million program to distribute certain federal recovery resources to 13 regions statewide, an effort to address the varying economic challenges across the state.

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Starting the Year with Less (Real) Money

By Sarah Bohn, Julien Lafortune

Over the last two years combined, prices have increased more than 8%. The impact on family economic well-being is especially large for those at the lower end of the income spectrum.

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Californians and the American Dream

By Dean Bonner

Fewer than four in ten Californians say the American Dream—the notion that if you work hard you will get ahead—still holds true, and most Californians think it is especially elusive in the Golden State.

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Californians’ Financial Worries and Woes

By Rachel Lawler

At least two in ten adults worry every day or almost every day about paying for necessities such as health care, housing, and bills, with concerns varying by race/ethnicity and income

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Groundhog Day for the California Economy?

By Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Julien Lafortune

A close look at the state’s recent job growth sheds light on whether California will see a repeat of last winter’s economic slowdown.

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California’s Mood Darkens on the Economy

By Dean Bonner

Even before widespread news of the omicron COVID variant and related economic fluctuations, Californians' views were divided on the state’s economic outlook.

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