Author David Pepper argues that state governments have become a key reason for the erosion of rights and America’s drift from democracy.
“We just don’t have the luxury to be despondent.”
A three-part series of interviews about the influence of neoliberalism on our politics and economics.
California looks to ease the strain put on its vulnerable undocumented workforce.
The view from Lemon Hill, a working-class community where stress and anxiety rule the day.
Major hotel chains are considering making daily room cleaning an exception rather than the norm.
Alberto Carvalho, a proponent of school choice, oversaw a growth of magnet and charter schools in Miami.
Cervantes, a progressive policy expert, explains what has and hasn’t changed for immigrant workers under the Biden administration.
Democratic Assemblymember Ash Kalra is proposing a bill to jump-start the process, but Big Medicine will fight to kill it.
The oil and gas industry could jeopardize federal funding to clean up the state’s thousands of abandoned and leaking wells.
As billionaires blast off into space, Americans increasingly support federal and state wealth taxes.
The author says we should keep our eyes on the dark money donors animating the far right.
Will the city finally hold banks responsible for failing to serve the community?
Counting those who don’t want to be seen, in order to keep them alive.
Critics maintain that short legislative sessions hinder lawmakers’ ability to address significant policy issues.
Despite campaign promises, Biden hasn’t slowed down Trump’s ‘main engine of deportation.’
Two years on, with mandates lifting, what’s changed about COVID — and what hasn’t.
Over the past four years, fossil fuel companies paid almost $77.5 million to lobby lawmakers in Sacramento.
Marking two years of pandemic times, Rubén Martínez takes stock of what he has seen. Do you remember?
Three bills may fall victim to a new push for more oil drilling.