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Claire Cain Miller

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Claire Cain Miller is a correspondent for The Upshot at the New York Times, covering gender, work and family.

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Now that Gavin Newsom has stepped into the Governor’s Office, he’s expected to unveil his budget.

How will California pay for Gov. Newsom’s proposed increase of paid parental leave?

Now that Gavin Newsom has stepped into the Governor’s Office, he’s expected to unveil his budget.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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 On Saturday, more women are expected to march on Washington than ever have before in response to a Presidential inauguration and an election where gender and…

Do women have it better than men in 2017?

Photo by Rod Library On Saturday, more women are expected to march on Washington than ever have before in response to a Presidential inauguration and an election where gender and…

from To the Point

Equal pay for equal work has been the law in the United States since 1963, but the gap between men and women just won't go away.

Enforcing Gender Equality in America's Workplace

Equal pay for equal work has been the law in the United States since 1963, but the gap between men and women just won't go away.

from To the Point

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It’s been nearly four months since Alex Villanueva was sworn in as sheriff of LA County. He campaigned on a message of “reform, rebuild and restore.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Move ends years-long controversy involving local activists and sheriffs department.

from Orange County Line

The latest letter from Attorney General William Barr says the Mueller report will be available in a few weeks.

A disastrous rail extension in the heart of San Francisco is unfortunately business as usual in California.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

And we’re still waiting for the Mueller report.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Tech workers at Amazon are risking their jobs to combat climate change.

from To the Point

Even with redactions, there’s plenty to discuss

from Left, Right & Center

California’s death penalty was dysfunctional, but it did serve one important purpose.

from Zócalo's Connecting California