“Our lawmakers may finish what the Jan. 6 insurrectionists began if they cannot find a way forward on common-sense federal voting rights legislation,” she writes.
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Repairing L.A.’s sidewalks has been agonizingly slow, but a point-of-sale program would be a smart way to speed up compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
After nearly two years of free bus rides during the pandemic, LA Metro has resumed fare collection. Thinking outside the box would make transit more accessible.
Most of California’s electric vehicle infrastructure is concentrated in the wealthiest ZIP codes, but innovative programs in lower-income areas are challenging that trend.
The latest generation of e-scooters is safer and sturdier, leading to a rise in usage amid persisting pandemic-related fear of using other types of transit.
“If you’re starving and you feel out of control, you’re more likely to be the victim or the perpetrator of violence,” she says.
Despite research highlighting the harm caused by prohibition, sex work is still prohibited in all U.S. states, with the exception of a few counties in Nevada.
The Rising Star Award recognizes his research on reducing health and mental health disparities among marginalized individuals and communities.
Vaccination rates at nursing homes are less politicized than in the general population, but it’s urgent to get more residents and staff boosted to protect against Omicron.
By making data about occupancy and pricing of parking facilities more widely available, drivers are able to fill spots that are currently underutilized because they are unseen.