Gavin Newsom’s ambitious plan to build 3.5 million new housing units by 2025 sounds appealing, he says, but ‘it’s harder to figure out how to actually make that work.’
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LPPI director discusses turnout, the impact of Spanish surnames and the difficulty exit polls have in capturing the views of minority voters.
The unexpected lead of retired lieutenant Alex Villanueva over incumbent sheriff Jim McDonnell indicates the weight of Latino voters and union support.
Publicly owned electric-power-purchasing organizations are transforming the energy market, but there are hurdles to long-term success, DeShazo says.
Leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors make up the largest group of mentors in the program’s history.
UCLA associate professors Michael Manville and Paavo Monkkonen were recently featured in an article on Sightline highlighting their research on neighborhood opposition to new building. Even more than perceived harm and self-interest, Manville and Monkkonen found that “the most powerful opposition frame is about the developer,” specifically when a developer “is likely to earn a […]
UCLA Luskin transportation expert Michael Manville is featured in a podcast and short film about traffic and public transit in Los Angeles. Besides negative impacts on drivers’ health, wallets and mental well-being, traffic is a large issue for people living near large roads, who may suffer harmful consequences from pollutants. In the NPR podcast, “The […]