Voters have fewer propositions to sift through than two years ago, but will be asked to vote on 11 statewide ballot measures this fall.
In collaboration with the California Dream project, AirTalk hosts a live statewide call-in show featuring analysis and voter reaction to the debate.
As cities look for ways to tackle homelessness and the state pours half a billion dollars into finding solutions, one reporter looks at the science of empathy.
California doesn't define homelessness as a protected class in the workplace.
Oakland voters could approve the state’s first tax on privately owned vacant properties in November.
Discounted transit fares and subsidies for new shared mobility tech, like scooters and ride-share, could help low-income people stay on their feet.
For thousands of homeless people living in their cars across California, impoundment can be the tipping point into joblessness and a life on the streets.