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LPPI Co-Hosts Conference of Latino Elected Officials From Across the U.S.

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More than 60 elected officials learn about effective public policies that support Latino families and communities.

Carnesale Joins Board of California Council on Science and Technology

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UCLA Luskin professor emeritus will help guide the organization, which advises policymakers on science and technology issues.

In Op-Ed, Gilens Cites 5 Reforms for Broken Policymaking in Washington

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In an opinion piece for the political news website The Hill,…

Maps Show Gentrification, Displacement Policies

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Online resources from CNK include L.A. County inventory and map of anti-displacement policies, and a map of neighborhood change and gentrification in region.

Leap Refutes Trump's Claim that ICE Liberated Towns from MS-13

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The tweets of Donald Trump are not known for factual accuracy,…

Pierce Joins Radio Show to Discuss Discolored Drinking Water in Compton

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Luskin Center for Innovation researcher Gregory Pierce commented in a recent KPCC “Take Two” broadcast about a lawsuit filed by Compton residents complaining about discolored drinking water supplied by Sativa, a small local water district serving the area.

Gridlock Rage: Manville Offers Possible Traffic Solutions for Los Angeles

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UCLA Luskin’s Michael Manville recently did an on-camera…

Lens Is Interviewed About Expo Line Upzoning

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In an on-air interview for the “Take Two” program on KPCC,…

Parking Is Sexy Now. Thank Donald Shoup

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A CITYLAB profile of Donald Shoup, distinguished research professor…

S.F. Chronicle: Trump Is Exaggerating Threat of MS-13, Leap Says

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In an on-air interview for the “Take Two” program on KPCC, UCLA Luskin’s Michael Lens talked about L.A.’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee (PLUM), which has recommended that the City Council adopt a proposal to re-zone property along the Expo Line.