While there are no rules prohibiting an accelerated timeline, it could come at the cost of thorough background checks and rigorous hearings, he says.
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“Certainly one could play politics with the census to skew and bias the outcomes in their favor,” he says.
The engineering and land management innovations that led to the state’s tremendous growth also left it vulnerable to harsh extremes of climate change.
UCLA Luskin’s Gary Segura joins statement decrying the Trump Administration’s characterization of the field as “anti-American propaganda.”
“Students are hungry today. They cannot wait to eat only after a vaccine is found and distributed,” he writes in a CNN op-ed.
Inaccurate data could imperil funding for health care and other services that support immigrants, low-income people and people of color, he says.
Environmental sustainability will be more important than sheer size in the post-pandemic housing market, she predicts.
New philanthropic initiative supports academics at the forefront of movements for economic and social justice.
Schools, governments and community groups must build a system of support “for the long-term, like you would in a war,” he says.
A new policy brief from the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative at UCLA Luskin calls for an end to this and other Border Patrol practices.