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Life on the bottom rung of the rental market during a housing crisis
May 21, 2020
One group of California tenants say they feel stuck in dirty, dangerous accommodations.
The California Lottery is setting sales records, but contributions to education haven't kept pace
Jul 18, 2018
The California Lottery is breaking sales records. This year, revenues will soar to an estimated $6.9 billion. The recent boom has been fueled by a wave of gigantic jackpots. Newer games like Powerball and a $30 scratch ticket offer huge prizes, and California’s lottery players have responded by gambling more and more. Surging revenue should […]
Wannabe tech cities need angel investors, too
Aug 5, 2014
What's it take to turn your town into a tech hub? A wealthy resident helps.
Should steelworkers get paid to get dressed? The Supreme Court will rule on it
Oct 14, 2013
In November, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that hinges on the definition of clothing.
This is fake please ignore Whateves dude
by Aaron Mendelson and Beidi ZhangMar 24, 2013