In counties like Los Angeles, we see almost no increase in Latino share of votes cast from 2014-2022, and even drops in electoral impact of older Latinos.
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: California political data guru Paul Mitchell joined us to talk about surprising voting patterns and registration numbers following California’s aggressive voter registration push under the past two Secretaries of State. Who’s voting, who isn’t, and why. And, how is the 2024 Senate race shaping up?
In California, the state that led all others in the failed social experiment of emptying psychiatric hospitals, the pendulum clearly is swinging. Not that Gov. Gavin Newsom aims to return to the days when forgotten souls were locked away in large asylums. But in a proposal to be detailed on Sunday, Newsom will call on legislators to place a $3 billion bond measure before voters in 2024 to pay to house thousands of people with severe mental illness.
A formal rulemaking to authorize autonomous trucks on California roads would pave a path toward a highly efficient transportation and delivery system for Hispanic-owned businesses and the consumers we serve.
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: This Special Episode of the Capitol Weekly Podcast was recorded live at Capitol Weekly’s Conference on Housing, which was held in Sacramento at the California Endowment Conference Center on Thursday, March 9, 2023. This is Panel 3: The State of the Rental Market.
It has been over five years since more than 140 women in the California Capitol community signed a letter calling for an end to what they termed a “pervasive” atmosphere of sexual harassment and “dehumanizing behavior by men with power in our workplaces.”
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: This Special Episode of the Capitol Weekly Podcast was recorded live at Capitol Weekly’s Conference on Housing, and presents Panel 2: Affordable Housing.
The California Victim Compensation Board is busy tracking down as many remaining victims of forced and involuntary sterilization as possible, going back to 1979, when state eugenics laws were taken off the books.