Manuel Pastor

University of Southern California

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In the west, Bernie Sanders won California, Colorado and Utah on Super Tuesday. He accomplished that largely because of the younger, Latinx vote.

The power of Latinx voters and California in the general election

In the west, Bernie Sanders won California, Colorado and Utah on Super Tuesday. He accomplished that largely because of the younger, Latinx vote.

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Less than 10 years ago, historian Kevin Starr warned that California might be “the first failed state in America.”

California and America’s future

Less than 10 years ago, historian Kevin Starr warned that California might be “the first failed state in America.”

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Angelenos will vote next week on Measure S, which restricts development in the city for two years.

Breaking Point: Housing, density and the future of LA

Angelenos will vote next week on Measure S, which restricts development in the city for two years.

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