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California lawmakers and activists are pressing Gov. Gavin Newsom to spend more to help the state’s poorest residents.
Tens of thousands of Californians with disabilities require special accommodations for dental care, but only 14 centers in the state can treat them.
California’s community college enrollment plummeted during the pandemic. Here are the stories of some of the students who left.
The mental health of children under 5 has typically been overlooked when it comes to state funding. Advocates aim to change that by asking for $250 million to support the youngest Californians.
According to new data from the California Department of Education, enrollment continues to drop at faster rates than before the pandemic.
The state decides it won’t require COVID vaccines for children this fall, and a bill to mandate kids vaccines without personal belief exemptions stalls out.
A state senator wants to send no-strings-attached checks to homeless high school seniors in California, where basic income programs are beginning to “feel a lot more like a movement.”
From housing and health to transportation and education, the Legislative Analyst’s Office provides a litany of sobering climate change impacts for California legislators to address as they enact policies and set budgets.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration is pushing a first-in-the-nation plan for California to partner with a drugmaker to produce cheaper insulin. It’s one of many proposed state and federal remedies to soaring insulin costs.