Proposition 6 would eliminate taxes and fees that California enacted in 2017 to fund transportation infrastructure. This Issue Brief examines Prop. 6, which will appear on the November 6, 2018 statewide ballot, and discusses what the measure would mean for California.
This report looks at the US Census official poverty measure figures for California, showing that millions of Californians, including many children, lived in poverty in 2017 in spite of our state’s recent economic gains.
This report looks at the latest US Census poverty figures, showing that with 7.5 million state residents struggling to get by, Califonia has by far the largest number of individuals in poverty of any state, based on the Supplemental Poverty Measure (SPM).
This ‘first look’ analysis examines Governor Brown’s finalized state budget package for 2018-19, the state fiscal year which will begin on July 1, 2018.
This report shows that many college students across California experience food and housing insecurity and provides a set of policy recommendations for how the state and college campuses can better support students who struggle to get by.