A study co-authored by UCLA researchers finds hundreds of public water systems are out of compliance with state standards.
A new report predicts growing numbers of apprehensive Latino immigrant parents in California will disenroll kids from public health programs.
The report found “meaningful progress” over past decade, but noted that child labor violations and other abuses persist.
A UCLA report analyzes the potential economic impact of granting citizenship to immigrants who are already in the U.S. labor force.
Seven faculty members share their analyses of what the president has accomplished and look ahead at the challenges to come.
A UCLA study finds that pollution at street level is worst with buildings in tight rows.
Many low-income immigrant adults in California avoid public assistance programs for fear of jeopardizing their immigration status, UCLA researchers say.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research scholars discuss how the Biden administration can use research to improve immigrant health.
UCLA’s Terry Kramer says that promoting innovation while protecting consumers will require avoiding oversimplified, absolutist positions.
The Worker Equity Initiative will explore how government agencies and their partners help workers thrive in quality careers.
UCLA’s Dennis Lettenmaier and colleagues found that mosquito populations would have been around 40% higher without water-use mandates.
UCLA sociologist Cecilia Menjívar explains that today’s plagued system began taking shape well before the Trump administration.
A UCLA report recommends changing land-use policies and improving access to social and health services to address the fast-growing problem.
A UCLA study shows that 30% of residents now can choose cleaner power from community choice aggregators.
The project is supported by a $3.65 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The big-data research initiative based at UCLA uses police and jail records to monitor how much authorities are spending to lock up residents.
UCLA’s Daniel Blumstein and a global team of scientists point to environmental, population and political challenges.
A UCLA study recommends that Congress prioritize communities of color for next pandemic relief payments.
The seven grants from the California Bureau of Cannabis Control will support research on health, policy and labor issues.
Without careful planning, the shift to green power could cost more and strain the state’s grid.
UCLA’s Ann Carlson said the new administration should be able to rebuild protections, even with a narrowly divided Congress.
A report by the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy draws fresh attention to the manner in which corporate entities sought to benefit.
In the nearly half of U.S. states for which data was available, detentions outpaced population growth by a rate of 3 to 1 on average in recent years.
The site’s creators hope that researchers and journalists will be able to use it to track the issues and stories around hate crimes.
A new UCLA report is intended to dispel a common misconception that immigration policy is a top-of-mind issue for Latino voters.