For the California Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ (CASFAA) annual conference, “United Toward Access,” Policy Analyst Amy Rose presented her research on how much a debt-free college system would cost in California.
This Budget Center chartbook discusses the impact of recent years’ criminal justice reforms, looks at remaining challenges to our state corrections system, and explores the need and prospects for further reforms.
The Budget Center hosted a half-day event in Los Angeles at the Joan Palevsky Center for the Future of Los Angeles on five important ballot measures: Prop. 1 (affordable housing bond), Prop. 2 (mental health dollars for homelessness), Prop. 5 (expanding local property tax breaks), Prop. 6 (curtailing transportation funding), and Prop. 10 (rent control).
This report discusses Proposition 10, which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, and looks at potential advantages and disadvantages of the measure for low- and middle-income Californians.
For The Institute for College Access & Success’ (TICAS) event, “Financial Aid for California’s Future,” Policy Analyst Amy Rose presented to policymakers and higher education stakeholders her preliminary findings from a new analysis on how much having a debt-free system of higher education would cost California.