While some contaminants have been detected in groundwater, the toxins are unlikely to have a major impact on drinking water systems.
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The shutdown of the 10 forced commuters to change routes, what time they traveled and by what mode — but those adjustments will likely be just temporary.
The rising number of Angelenos using their vehicles for shelter calls for compassionate and rational policies to keep them safe, UCLA Luskin’s Madeline Brozen says.
UCLA professor of public policy and economics is helping to forecast the national economy and formulate the president’s budget.
Luskin School research centers join cross-campus effort to guide LADWP strategies centered on equity and justice.
“Social Work, White Supremacy, and Racial Justice” is a call to action to eliminate structural racism in social work education, research and practice.
“Most people in Los Angeles understand that we are over-reliant on a bunch of roads that don’t perform well because they’re overused,” says UCLA Luskin’s Michael Manville.
Across the country, several parents whose children took their own lives have won settlements from school districts.
A conversation with Regina Wallace-Jones MPP ’99 kicks off a yearlong commemoration of a quarter-century of public policy education at UCLA Luskin.
Census Bureau projections showing an aging, more diverse America by the end of the century can help the nation prepare for change, he says.