UCLA experts and student leaders said they think a Supreme Court case challenging a California abortion law would have negative effects on women’s reproductive health.
The California Reproductive Freedom Accountability, Comprehensive Care and Transparency Act, which passed in 2015, requires all clinics in the state of California to inform women about the range of reproductive health services the state offers, including abortions.
Policymakers and academics from North and Central America said at an event Monday they think raising the minimum wage will benefit people, including small business owners, over time.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law earlier this month aimed at making the University of California’s financial reporting process more transparent.
Assembly Bill 1655, which passed unanimously in both houses of the state legislature, adds and amends a section to the state’s education code, to prohibit coordination between UC campuses and the UC Office of the President when a state auditor requests information.
Several professors and students said they think student activism has increased after the 2016 presidential election, but there is still room for improvement.
This year, students have participated in large protests off campus such as the Los Angeles Women’s March or the March for Science Los Angeles, and on campus they have protested against President Donald Trump’s election and the Dakota Access pipeline.
State and local leaders announced Monday a bill that would ban polystyrene food containers, such as styrofoam cups, in California by 2020.
State Sen. Ben Allen, whose district includes UCLA, introduced Senate Bill 705, or the Ocean Pollution Reduction Act, at the Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center.
Lecturers who teach summer courses at several University of California campuses will lose access to retirement benefits they have received for more than 15 years.
The UC chief negotiator Nadine Fishel sent a letter March 9 to the American Federation of Teachers Local 1990, which represents UC lecturers and librarians, that said lecturers at UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara and UC Irvine have been receiving more generous benefits than required under the collective bargaining agreement between UC and AFT.
The University of California Board of Regents, the governing body of the UC, discussed the cost of attendance, UC advocacy in state and federal government and student housing at UC Berkeley and UCLA, among other items, on the second day of its board meeting at UC San Francisco.
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