January’s rosy budget proposal must now be amended to reflect the “tremendous shock” that COVID-19 delivered to the state’s economy.
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The current health emergency has emptied freeways but is unlikely to reshape our relationship with our cars once the crisis has passed, he says.
Direct government payments to millions of Americans are a crucially needed step, especially in households facing loss of work due to the virus, he argues.
Obamacare has put insurance cards into the hands of millions previously outside the system, but the gains are under threat, he writes.
As the number of white-collar contractors rise, disparities in pay packages and benefits come into view, especially during a health emergency.
Global Public Affairs audience hears a story of perseverance and hope from Darfur United’s goalie and the NGO that helped launch the team.
He weighs in on the Biden comeback, Obama’s role and glitches in the new L.A. County voting system.
Public Policy students and professors share pizza and political insights at a watch party during an unpredictable campaign season.
Report and policy guide provide full picture of more than 200 water systems, plus a look at regionwide trends and disparities.
Democrats would be wise to move past attacks on each other and focus on the incumbent president, he says.