It’s been no secret that public higher education in California is badly broken, following four decades of disinvestment and tuition hikes.
Co-published by Law at the Margins
An informal grassroots network is helping migrants confront their uncertain immigration status in the U.S.
A Los Angeles-based program—the only one like it for janitors in the country—has helped align janitorial staffs with the sustainability goals of office building owners.
“What the government really seems to be saying,” a plaintiffs’ attorney said, “is ‘we don’t like asylum.’”
PFAS compounds are found in clothing, carpeting, furniture, food packaging, non-stick cooking products and fire-fighting foams. They’ve been linked in humans to cancers and hormonal disruption, as well as developmental, reproductive and immune system problems.