In conversation with UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh, he explores present and past questions about curbing liberties during emergencies.
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A national corps of health workers could roll out a COVID-19 containment strategy, create jobs and reduce the threat of future health crises.
Three UC experts criticize a faculty recommendation to keep the tests and argue for using the Smarter Balanced state assessment instead.
New research suggests that communities of color will disproportionately bear the burden of unemployment and wage loss due to the pandemic.
Two initiatives will support students in need of technology upgrades and undocumented graduate students who are ineligible for federal assistance.
During the pandemic, they hit the streets to keep others safe and indoors — work that L.A. County has declared essential.
Project promoting construction of latrines to improve health and lower child mortality rates would benefit from financial incentives, her study concludes.
Risk factors include exposure to trauma from a parent’s combat experience, resistance to mental health care and high rates of gun ownership.
“They’re in a confined place, in close proximity to other people,” she says. “They have no other option.”
Economic upheaval and health fears spawned by the coronavirus pandemic have put plans for expanding public transit in jeopardy.