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The model is expanding in California and nationally and includes a democratic approach that involves parents, teachers and staff.
The state’s governor needs to sell environmentalists, the fossil fuel sector and the public on the green-ish energy source.
Expiring insurance waivers are sending out-of-pocket payments through the roof.
Conservative groups are vigorously attacking ESG proposals that could play a role in reducing income inequality.
Los Angeles could learn from past host cities that have included social equity provisions in their contracts.
As the EPA moves to implement new restrictions on oil and gas operators, New Mexico provides a model and illuminates challenges.
Sen. Bob Hertzberg declined to vote on bills that would have enshrined new regulations in the law.
Detained immigrants are at risk on ICE Air’s charters, which face minimal regulation by aviation watchdog agencies.
The EWG tap water database brings into focus challenges facing underserved communities grappling with drinking water contamination.
Politics have divided the state on masks and vaccinations, but there may still be hope for underserved communities.
Climate coaches and mental health counselors are now part of a $36.5 million Black Student Achievement Plan.
After a long slump, more drivers are winning the right to collective bargaining. Now, the threat of privatization looms.
Ensuring good clean energy jobs for oil and gas workers may be the key to bringing trade unions and climate activists together.
Climate goals can suffer when job quality is pitted against protecting the planet and vulnerable communities.
A new UCLA study could help make EMS agencies more efficient throughout the state.
The company’s owners have a history of maximizing profit at the public’s expense.
The new ruling, a key environmental protection, will impact 30% of oil wells in the state.
A developer known for building high-end housing has bought the iconic property, sparking fears of unwanted gentrification.
Advocates propose expanded access to attorneys as a way to keep tenants in their homes.
The contest is sponsored by the Los Angeles Press Club and is one of the largest regional media contests in the nation.