Proposition 31

Proposition 31 would uphold a state law banning the sale and marketing of flavored tobacco … Continued

Proposition 30

Proposition 30 would fund wildfire prevention, sustain wildfire-fighting resources, and reduce air pollution by expanding … Continued

Proposition 29

Proposition 29 would help ensure that patients receive safe treatment in dialysis clinics under the … Continued

Proposition 28

Proposition 28 would provide additional funding to arts education in public schools. California’s PK-12 public … Continued

Proposition 27

Proposition 27 would legalize online sports betting through certified tribes and large online betting platforms. … Continued

Proposition 26

Proposition 26 would legalize in-person sports betting at tribal casinos and specific horse tracks. California … Continued

Proposition 1

Proposition 1 would enshrine abortion rights into the California State Constitution. After the Supreme Court’s … Continued

Let’s Get Our Unhoused Neighbors Involved in Government

Due to an intersection of barriers, such as unaffordable and quality housing, health care, and … Continued

SCOTUS Leak Confirms Justices Hold Problematic Views

A five-Justice majority of the Supreme Court has reportedly voted to overturn the right to … Continued

Voting for Reentering Californians: What you need to know

Statewide elections are coming up on June 7! We are here to clear up misinformation … Continued

SCOTUS and What Comes Next for Judge Jackson

On Friday, February 25, President Biden chose DC Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown … Continued

The History of Roe v. Wade

No “State” shall “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of … Continued

California’s Power of the Purse: State Budget

This year, the state of California will spend about $267,000,000,000—give or take a few pennies—which … Continued

The Citizen’s Perspective: The California State Legislature

How can we raise the minimum wage? Can my family get health insurance? Who decides … Continued

CA Voters, Where Ya At? 

California’s first statewide election of the year has come and gone – and according to … Continued

Democracy Is For Sale

It’s 2022, an election year, so you know what that means: countless campaign flyers in … Continued

SCOTUS Will Not Stop at Overturning Abortion Rights

This morning, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, … Continued

The Power of District Attorneys

When people think of the most powerful position in our criminal-justice system, judges probably come … Continued

Is SCOTUS playing games with our rights?

With the Supreme Court set to issue a ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health … Continued