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Reps. Katie Porter, Adam Schiff and Barbara Lee (from left) during a U.S. Senate candidate forum hosted by the National Union of Health Care Workers in Los Angeles on Oct. 8, 2023.
Richard Vogel
AP Photo
The five major contenders have different track records and proposals on some of the biggest issues facing California. They’re trying to position themselves to appeal to sizable voting blocs before the March 5 primary.
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Water flowing out of a tunnel at the base of Iron Gate Dam on Jan. 11, 2024 as the reservoir behind it is drawn down.
JPR’s year-long series to help you understand the impact of removing the dams on the Klamath River.
A governor's task force is considering raising taxes on beer and wine in Oregon to help fund addiction services in the state.
Christian Birkholz
A longtime proponent of taxes on beer and wine is now in charge of a state task force studying the public health impacts of alcohol abuse and whether to raise alcohol taxes for addiction treatment.
Illustration by Adriana Heldiz
CalMatters; iStock
Prop. 1 would funnel more money into housing and treatment for homeless Californians struggling with mental illness and addiction. But it’s far from a one-stop solution.