The $140 billion in unpaid health care bills, held by about 18% of Americans, now exceeds all other debt in collections combined.
Author Archive for: mbraswell
About Mary Braswell
This author has not written his bio yet.
But we are proud to say that Mary Braswell contributed 495 entries already.
Entries by Mary Braswell
Illegal lockouts and utility shutoffs persist despite anti-eviction rules designed to protect those hit hardest by the pandemic.
UCLA Luskin-based centers join an ambitious initiative aimed at forging strategies for the state’s long-term success
Unlike nearly three-quarters of high-income countries, the U.S. has no laws specifically limiting the detention of accompanied migrant and asylum-seeking children.
Ongoing commitment supports Latino-focused research, especially important as COVID-19 recovery gets underway
Major metropolitan areas will be “transformed and changed — in the short term and even well after mass immunity” as they take on new functions in a post-pandemic world.
The urban planning professor focuses on the intersections of economies, cultures and land use in Latin America
Students demonstrate their mastery of analytical and communication skills while providing real-world solutions for clients from L.A. to China.
Study gauges the prevalence of weapons on campuses and provides a comprehensive look at factors that put schools at risk
Publicly releasing reports about safety incidents can help people make informed decisions about how to travel but also runs the risk of damaging a company’s reputation.