Many independent contractors can’t afford to upgrade their trucks to meet low-emissions standards. Will making them company employees change that?
SoCalGas has been telling Southern Californians that they will lose natural gas in their homes due to coming state regulations.
As experts advocate for "managed retreat" from eroding coastlines, communities are pushing back.
Touted as a clean energy, natural gas releases methane, an element that’s much stronger than CO2 at trapping heat leakage, during its drilling and transmission.
Co-published by the American Prospect Supporters say vacant-property taxes keep speculators from sitting on properties until they can rent or sell them for more money.
In the state's cannabis industry, some businesses are less equal than others.
There has been no shortage of charter school failures in California, and the rate of abrupt school closures is very high across the nation.
Federal data show that charter-school teachers leave charters at higher rates than at public schools.
With the death of Senate Bill 50, there are no active bills in Sacramento that tackle housing affordability.
For many California charter schools, co-location is everything.
California agriculture will have no silver bullets in a fight to survive global warming.
Since the 2018 Dynamex decision was handed down by the California Supreme Court, strippers and erotic dancers have been at the center of an employment debate.
Gavin Newsom hailed a new charter school transparency law he signed. Why won't the law prevent charters from failing?
Developers blame a half-century-old law for slowing development. Studies show there are other factors at work.
A UCLA study found that 84 percent of the city of Los Angeles' 147,000 retail employees lack fixed schedules.
Although California's leading politicians favor rent-cap legislation, none is on the horizon.
Co-published by the American Prospect Parsing who is a company employee and who is an independent contractor is no mere academic exercise: Contractors typically lack the...
Studies have found charter school glut and hyper-competition in many neighborhoods.
Obscured by Los Angeles' massive public teachers strike, a separate charter-schools walkout targets many of the same issues.
A new state report says increasing automobile traffic is derailing California’s climate goals.