Study: In-Home Care Turnover Rate Higher for Minority Elders
A new study from UCSF finds that Californians who receive in-home care from people outside the family are more than twice as likely to see a switch in caregivers. Turnover rates are disproportionately higher for minority elders. Researchers say it's likely because of language and cultural barriers, or discrimination.
On Climate, a Rough Road Ahead for California
It's been nearly 10 years since California threw down the gauntlet with an ambitious program to attack climate change. Some argue the jury is still out on how effective the law known as AB 32 has been, or what impact it's had on the state's economy. But next month, California lawmakers will return to Sacramento to debate an even more aggressive set of rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.