State Spending Per Student at CSU and UC Remains Well Below Pre-Recession Levels, Despite Recent Increases
If the Poverty Rate for Kids of Color Were as Low as That for White Kids, 977,000 Fewer Kids Would be in Poverty
This Data Hit shows that children of color in California are more likely to live in poverty and highlights the discriminatory policies have contributed to opportunity gaps.
Proposed State Legislation Aims to End Medi-Cal’s Senior Penalty
This analysis examines the “senior penalty” in Medi-Cal, which requires thousands of low-income Californians age 65 and older to pay huge deductibles in order to access critical health care services. This post discusses the problems that this penalty creates and how Assembly Bill 2430 seeks to address them.