A tension exists between reining in falsified videos and protecting First Amendment rights, he says.
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Presidential candidates use different methods to crunch data and form conclusions about the economy’s health.
He tells APA podcast, “If you want more housing and less traffic, you shouldn’t limit the amount of housing at every site and require ample parking everywhere.”
Bad decisions and bad design paved the way for the current turf grab over sidewalk space, she says.
She will use the UCLA Chancellor’s Award to teach students how to analyze data to help local schools create plans for improvement.
Her research shows that decriminalization leads to lower rates of sexually transmitted infections, assaults and drug-related crimes
He weighs in on legislation that would classify gig workers as employees rather than contractors.
Rules for determining how much housing cities will be required to build are being hammered out now, and the stakes are high, he says.
Two global efforts led by the professor of public policy, medicine, and health and policy management are unveiled at the U.N. and in the journal Lancet.
Called heroes by some and obstructionists by others, the citizens who battled extension of the 710 Freeway kept up the fight for 60 years.