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The dome and exterior of the State Capitol building is viewed on January 27, 2015, in Sacramento, California.

California Lawmakers Killed Hundreds of Bills in an Opaque Process Yesterday

A syringe is seen discarded near a homeless encampment along Berry St. south of Market Street in San Francisco, California, on Tuesday November 1, 2016.

Newsom May Soon Approve Supervised Drug Injection Sites. How Will They Work?

A woman looks at the Employment Development Department (EDD) website, where California residents can file for unemployment on Mar. 16, 2020.

Why Are California Unemployment Checks So Hard to Get? New Report Has Ideas

a collage showing bounty signs and a protester with a sign demanding gun control

The Return of 'Bounty Law': As Gun and Abortion Bills Empower Citizens, Experts Warn of Dangerous Precedent

a person fuels an electric car

Electric Cars Remain Out of Reach for Many Lower-Income Californians as State Incentive Programs Run Dry

two young adults pose for a portrait while holding a photo of their parents, both of whom died from COVID

Many Kids Who Lost Parents to COVID Will Now Get State Aid

Five children of various racial backgrounds seated at tables, wearing masks, raising their hands for a teacher who is out of frame

Low-Income Students Are More Likely to Be in Classrooms With Underqualified Teachers

Students seated at Ludwig's Fountain at UC Berkeley

Abortion Pills Will Soon Be Available on All UC and CSU Campuses

A group of men sit on chairs in a conference room.

UC Hastings, Tribal Leaders Continue Talks on Name Change and Possible Reparations

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