Rising premiums and co-pays next year could destabilize many already struggling with inflation.
The aftereffects of the pandemic are likely to depress homeownership rates for Black and Latino households in California.
The governor may need his full second term to make real inroads toward ensuring that Californians have access to quality care.
Inside the latest, smallest group in the California Legislature.
48,000 underpaid student workers in the University of California system prepare to go on strike Nov. 14.
A new report has the receipts on our overcompensated corporate titans.
A new poll of teachers sounds a red alert for public education in the state.
Legislators struggle to make good intentions mean something in the face of lax enforcement.
In the second month of the Bay Area strike, HMO says a majority of union clinicians have returned to work.
20 years after creating the country’s first paid family leave program, California ponders how to make it useful to those who need it most.
The secret to diminishing economic inequality: Government aid matters.
Economists say fines are far cheaper than hiring staff. Kaiser says the union creates crises.
A state bill is poised to improve pay and conditions for more than 550,000 California workers. But is Gov. Newsom lovin’ it?
If baseball is America’s pastime, unions are Hollywood's. Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully symbolized both.
But where they don’t, millions of workers are stuck at the record-low federal floor.
Lifting the minimum wage to $18 would elevate the earnings of 26% of the state’s workforce. What will lawmakers do?
The L.A. City Council's recent approval of a hotel worker protection measure is part of a growing trend.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Kevin de León discusses new gains for some of the most invisible workers in town.
The uneven impact of the pandemic has fallen heaviest on the most vulnerable students in the state.
In-home care is a growing necessity across the state. When will counties treat it that way?