- Fixing California: Project OverviewMay 31, 2013
- Fixing California: Part OneMay 31, 2013
- Q&A: Senate President Darrell SteinbergMay 31, 2013
- Soaring pension costs imperil servicesJune 22, 2013
- Pension reform: Progressives should careJune 22, 2013
- Pension reformers regroupJune 22, 2013
- Paying More For LessJuly 13, 2013
- Why cities go brokeOctober 12, 2013
- Stockton's deal avoids a reckoningOctober 12, 2013
- Enviro Regulators Gone WildOctober 26, 2013
- Green Gentry's war on the middle classOctober 26, 2013
- Higher taxes don't mean a better lifeNovember 9, 2013
- Needed: Climate Change and Tax ReformNovember 9, 2013
- How to loosen the union chokeholdNovember 30, 2013
- The truth about California's financesJune 2, 2013
- Fixing California: Soaring pension costs imperil servicesJune 22, 2013
- The California tax mess: higher rates but less revenueAugust 9, 2013
- Obama bribes schools to follow lawAugust 10, 2013
- Archaic law sandbags pension reformAugust 16, 2013
Jun 20, 2014, 11 a.m.
Bill seeks to reduce brain injuries. State limits on soccer, wrestling to follow?
Jun 18, 2014, 6 a.m.
Payments seven judges make toward their pensions would be cut nearly in half by a bill approved last week in a Senate committee, despite a warning from the chairwoman of a “slippery slope” undermining the governor’s pension reform.
Jun 16, 2014, 11 p.m.
After months of discussions, the Los Angeles Unified School District agreed on May 23 to spend $300,000 on a full-time psychologist, a new attendance officer, a part-time social worker, an additional teacher’s assistant, and a few part-time aides for the school.
How Bag Ban Kills Jobs and Might Make You Sick
Los Angeles squandering charter school promise
Environmentalism and Government put fish above needs of the people
Unemployment rate belies California's real job problem
Heather MacDonald on California's Lost Promise
The Beholden State: Reclaiming California's Lost Promise
Bond sale tests California's finances