A lifelong advocate reflects on the philosophy that fueled the late congressman’s pursuit of justice.
On Saturday Angelenos and demonstrators in other cities urged Gov. Newsom to deport ICE from California.
One former prisoner can vote for the first time, tens of thousands are still waiting.
A roundup of major concerns about voting in this year’s presidential election.
Hundreds rallied outside the home of Mayor Eric Garcetti to demand protections for Los Angeles tenants.
An organizing drive seeks higher pay and better funding and services for children and families who rely on subsidized child care.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd have hastened teachers union calls to remove police from Los Angeles’ public school campuses.
Demonstrators call for the mass release of prisoners and immigrant detainees in the name of public health.
Gov. Newsom’s revised budget puts programs aimed at addressing disparities in access to vital services on the chopping block.
Advances in technology have politicians on both sides of the aisle rethinking nuclear power.
Proposition 15 leaps feet first onto California’s “third rail” of state politics—the property tax system created in 1978 by Proposition 13.
Property taxes plunged with Prop. 13’s passage in 1978. But so did the revenue supporting California’s schools and fire service.
Inside the epic ballot fight to reform California’s “taxpayer rebellion” initiative.
In less than two months, over half the inmates of San Quentin have become infected with the coronavirus.
In the wake of the pandemic, the state’s health care workforce is becoming politically mobilized.
Has a Montgomery Street company arrived in Southern California to flip rent-controlled apartments into market rate units?
Organization eschews on-field diversity even as Clayton Kershaw and teammates commit to racial justice.
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Despite California’s epic affordable housing crisis, many state legislators from the dominant party are beholden to real estate interests.
The civil rights movement’s leading disciple of nonviolent protest reflects on the life and work of the late congressman.