The state’s income inequality and suburban sprawl “is a warning shot to the rest of the country,” he says.
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Particularly in swing districts, candidates are campaigning on their record as defenders of affordable healthcare.
He cites a strong showing by Klobuchar, who “had the most to gain by this kind of a night,” and says Biden had his best debate performance of the campaign.
Freedom dreams are thriving, powered not by elite institutions but by grassroots activism and poor-people’s movements, she says.
L.A. County is considering eliminating fares on public transportation to boost ridership and cut emissions.
UCLA team joins lawyers suing Yakima, Washington, over a “strong mayor” ballot proposal.
A dialogue hosted by Zócalo/UCLA Downtown explores the hurdles communities face in managing the pot market.
A Westlake park designed for older adults brings UCLA Luskin research to life.
He weighs in on testing of pipes and plumbing at public schools and perceptions that tap water is unsafe.
“If we are serious about reducing congestion, something like this is what we have to do,” he says.