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August 13, 2021
California’s Recall Election Could Be a National Disaster
In a state with 40 million people, it’s entirely conceivable that a new governor could be “elected” with fewer than 2 million votes.
August 6, 2021
Western States Are at the Forefront of Fighting Hunger
With California’s gubernatorial recall election less than six weeks away, will the Golden State continue to take the lead in crafting more inclusive anti-poverty efforts?
July 30, 2021
Homelessness Escalates as California’s Recall Election Nears
The country’s biggest blue state faces a potential upheaval.
July 9, 2021
Drought Takes Hold of California
As the recall election nears, rising heat and access to water may become defining political issues for the state.
June 25, 2021
The Fight Against Homelessness in California Is Just Beginning
New plans are promising, but they’re also just stopgap measures in confronting the West Coast’s burgeoning housing crisis.
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June 18, 2021
Gavin Newsom Is Headed for a Comeback
With California’s recovery in full swing, the governor is poised to make it through the upcoming recall election unscathed.
May 28, 2021
Housing Alone Won’t Solve California’s Homelessness Problem
Without mental health services, drug treatment programs, and job training for ex-prisoners, California’s most vulnerable population will remain at risk.
May 21, 2021
The Blue Welfare State
With its new budget proposal, California could be poised to go down the social-democratic route taken by most Western democracies three-quarters of a century ago.
May 7, 2021
The Arizona GOP’s Attack on Democracy
The Republican Party is determined to hold power, even against the will of the electorate. But working-class immigrants are fighting back.
April 30, 2021
Red Carpet at the Picket Line
As Hollywood’s aristocracy convened for the Oscars, laid-off hotel workers were protesting to get their jobs back.