An international team including UCLA’s Susanna Hecht concludes that a forest-wide collapse is “happening much faster than we thought, and in multiple ways.”
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Waiving fares to boost ridership makes less sense in cities with more affluent commuters who don’t need the benefit, UCLA Luskin’s Brian Taylor says.
Rules requiring a minimum number of parking spots are arbitrary and obsolete, UCLA Luskin’s Donald Shoup argues. Cities across the country are starting to listen.
In many cases, mass shootings reflect not just homicidal intent but a desire to take one’s own life, UCLA Luskin’s Ron Avi Astor says.
Licensed sellers contend with the high cost of doing business and lax enforcement against illicit shops. UCLA Luskin’s Brad Rowe calls for equitable policies to give them a fair shake.
In a UCLA lecture, historian Barbara Ransby warns of ‘a war over ideas, over facts, over how we see and understand the world’
Sandeep Prasanna MPP/JD ’15 shares his experiences investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol at an event marking 25 years of public policy education at UCLA Luskin.
More cities and states are adopting policies that upend zoning restrictions and allow for increased housing development, UCLA Luskin’s Michael Lens says.
“Democratic unions with engaged memberships are healthier for it,” says UCLA Luskin’s Chris Tilly, as CSU faculty speak out about the merits and shortcomings of the agreement.
UCLA Luskin’s Michael Manville weighs in on the addition of express lanes on eight miles of the congested freeway amid criticism that the full impact was mischaracterized.
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