Bill Heads to CA Gov. Newsom’s Desk to Disaggregate Data for Latinos and Indigenous Residents

California Senate Bill 435 proposes to collect disaggregated data on Latino sub-populations as well as indigenous communities.

Teens Confront Epidemic of Dating Violence

The CDC recently flagged an alarming increase in teen dating violence, with some surveys showing rates as high as 1 in 3 relationships.

California Healthcare for All Initiative Will Not Help Farmworkers

The plan will bring little relief to the state’s 700,000+ farm workers, many of whom will be ineligible because of very low qualifying income restrictions.

Millions to Lose Coverage During the ‘Unwinding’

Starting in April millions of families could see their health coverage disappear as the government unwinds pandemic-era policies.

Back to the Future with Covid-19

New research shows people who became infected and also got vaccinated have a 40% reduction in their infectiousness.

Farmworkers Still Exposed to Highest Infection Rates — Experts Warn Against Normalizing COVID

Although recognized as essential workers, their work has exposed and continues to expose them to the most severe impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Funding Pyramid Needs to Be Transformed

A grassroots organizer in Stockton, California says funding strategies during the pandemic left community based organizations like his scrambling.

A ‘National Poisoning’ — Synthetic Drugs Flooding the U.S.-Mexico Border

Synthetic drugs like meth and fentanyl are flooding across the U.S.-Mexico border, killing tens of thousands while fueling a growing humanitarian catastrophe.

It’s Time for Congress to Approve Permanent Healthcare for Indian Country

National Native American organizations and tribal leaders are calling on Congress to make funding for Indian Country healthcare mandatory.

Alarming Surge of Pediatric RSV

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a common flu-like symptoms, is infecting very young children in large numbers

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