Hospital groups, drug manufacturers and insurance companies are some of the largest donors to anti-abortion candidates.
Oil and gas money papers the state with industry messages.
In the second month of the Bay Area strike, HMO says a majority of union clinicians have returned to work.
Without public support, workers are quitting, and parents and providers are desperate.
A quarter of 1,500 Kaiser clinicians surveyed in California said they had patients who could not access care in their primary language.
The Department of Labor is scrambling to craft proposals that avoid the fate of Obama’s failed effort in 2016.
A handful of legislators could decide measures for tougher statewide emissions goals.
Labor opposition could diminish Gov. Newsom’s climate package.
Striking Kaiser Permanente mental health workers say children may suffer even more than adults from delays in treatment.
Economists say fines are far cheaper than hiring staff. Kaiser says the union creates crises.
With Newsom’s environmental legacy in the balance, legislators are intensely pushing bills that advance the governor’s priorities.
COVID-19 ravaged Indigenous tribes in New Mexico. State and federal data reveal how a long legacy of uranium exposure may have made them uniquely vulnerable.
A state bill is poised to improve pay and conditions for more than 550,000 California workers. But is Gov. Newsom lovin’ it?
Democratic activists say they must flip state houses to block rogue actors.
Historian Timothy Shenk talks about dynamic ‘realigners’ who combine passion, discipline and vision to mobilize masses.