L.A. County’s plans to adopt a more humane approach to juvenile justice have met resistance from a Probation Department that has struggled to enact reform, she says.
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Ridership plummeted during the pandemic but remained an economic lifeline for those without car access who did not have the luxury of working from home.
Many Chinese residents took to social media to express frustrations about extreme COVID lockdown measures, but they were silenced by government censors.
With L.A. County implementing new initiatives to conserve water, he weighs in on the drawbacks of desalination and the prospects of reimagining the state’s agriculture sector.
Frederick Olmsted is still regarded as the father of landscape architecture, but urban planners today have higher standards for racial and social justice.
The decentralization of jobs has led to many economic opportunities being located in the suburbs, which are often poorly served by mass transit.
“We do not know the stories of these women or what has gone into them being incarcerated,” she says.
Title 42, the public health order that has been used to expel roughly 1.5 million people from the U.S. over two years, is expected to end on May 23.
“It’s rather depressing that we have not made the progress that people have hoped for,” he said.
Zero-emission car sales have been clustered in wealthy, urban areas of California. New infrastructure in rural areas and more public awareness could help change that.