Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger leads Democratic challenger Phil Angelides by six points — and that’s just in the lefty Bay Area. Statewide, it’s 18 points. That’s according to the latest poll from the Public Policy Institute of California.
Researchers at the Public Policy Institute of California conclude that requiring employers to provide health insurance can be bad for the economy.
Like Americans generally, Californians are getting fatter. Researchers at the Public Policy Institute of California found that obesity rates in the state doubled since 1990, from 10 to 20 percent. Latinos and African-Americans are at greater risk than whites and Asian-Americans.
The basics on the infrastructure bonds, from the California Budget Project.
Rough roads are more than an inconvenience. They cost drivers money in higher repair bills. So what cities have the worst roads? Astonishingly, six of the 10 worst are in California, according to a new survey from TRIP. Starting with the most bone-jarring, they are San Jose, L.A., San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego and Sacramento.