UCLA Luskin students travel abroad for immersive program to study the inner workings of Japanese society and government.
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Manville discusses the problem of congestion in the Sepulveda Pass and possible solutions.
Institute serves as a model for creating reciprocal relationships between academia and debt relief organizations.
In an op-ed for the L.A. Times, he outlines the board’s limitations in reining in Villanueva, whose brief tenure has drawn wide criticism.
In an interview on SiriusXM Radio, he weighs in on issues that will set the tone for the presidential race.
Floating cities — proposed as one way to adapt to climate change — are unrealistic, she argues.
To succeed, the proposal to finance the massive project with two tax hikes must be well-communicated to the public, he says.
Support for the plan is broadening among Democrats, but buy-in from the general public is key to its success, he said.
City officials are selectively cushioning the impact of rising sales taxes on car sales, he said.
Support among Democratic presidential candidates is an important symbol, ‘but that’s where you have to start,’ he says.