To have the greatest impact, state relief should focus on helping Californians with low incomes
It’s time to reconsider rules that deny policymakers the tools needed to fulfill the promise of a California dream for all Californians.
While many Californians hoped to put the pandemic behind us by now, COVID-19 is still with us. And we know COVID-19-related hardships have put immense health and economic stress on families, especially low-income households and Californians of color. Yet, Californians are losing key housing, sick leave, and economic supports that have been a lifeline. September 30th … Continued
With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations increasing in the state due to a contagious variant of the virus, we are reminded the pandemic is not yet behind us. The road to recovery from the pandemic as well as the economic recession will be long for California children, families, and individuals. And the effects of the past … Continued