This post was updated May 22 at 8:24 p.m.
All registered voters in the state of California may vote by mail in the upcoming general election in November, following an executive order from California Gov.
Moving up California’s primary date from June to March could create unintended consequences for upcoming elections, UCLA professors said.
California will join 13 other states and American Samoa in voting on March 3, when 34% of the 3,979 delegates will be assigned to Democratic presidential candidates.
UCLA professors said a new United States Supreme Court ruling could hurt both undocumented and documented immigrants by making them choose between citizenship and basic needs.
UCLA students and other advocacy organizations have raised concerns that a contract between the University of California and large California-based health care company Dignity Health could limit health care options for women and the LGBTQ community.
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