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States, cities and counties across the U.S. are taking environmental health into their own hands, UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation reports.
Many Californians felt betrayed by the ballot initiative, which made undocumented immigrants ineligible for public benefits.
The upcoming retrial of a volunteer with the migrant advocacy group No More Deaths reignites the debate surrounding aggressive border policies.
A closer look at the history of single-payer healthcare initiatives in the United States leads to a better understanding of the current political debate, he says.
Social Welfare Chair will be the first woman from UCLA to be inducted into the national honor society.
His methodology prioritizes a balance between housing and jobs, providing a better path than SCAG plan, op-ed says.
Governments around the world are investing in the construction of elderly playgrounds to promote exercise and healthy living among older populations.
MURP graduate Esteban Doyle is also recognized at the annual conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning.
He argues that the revived SB50 bill is flawed and could destroy communities without creating more affordable housing.