More Than 45,000 Californians Living With HIV Would Be Impacted by Medicaid Cuts in Senate Health Plan

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According to a fact sheet from the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, the cuts would be felt by patients covered by Medi-Cal

Giving Microeconomics a Human Face

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Research by Manisha Shah bridges a worldwide policy gap between health, economics and education

Putting Activism Into Context

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UCLA’s first two Activists in Residence, Funmilola Fagbamila and Lisa Hasegawa, use the past to help frame the future of activism

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Can L.A. Fix its Broken Planning System?

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UCLA Luskin urban planners discuss the challenges — and possible solutions — to L.A.’s development woes

Proud to be Part of the Luskin Community

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International students share their experiences, dreams and awareness of anxiety in an uncertain world

America in the Balance

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A Senior Fellows talk at UCLA Luskin by two political veterans reminds students that legislative success in America depends on compromise

Social Workers and Medical Students: ‘The Ideal Team’

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UCLA Luskin’s Department of Social Welfare provides lessons in social work to first-year students from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Counting Votes — And Making Votes Count

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UCLA Luskin public policy students get a valuable lesson in voting and elections from California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and L.A. County Registrar Dean Logan

John Friedmann, the ‘Father of Urban Planning,’ Dies at 91

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World-renowned urban theorist was a central figure in founding what later became the UCLA Luskin Department of Urban Planning