What Is California Doing to Ensure Its Water Is Safe?
This is the first of two installments providing an update to SOR’s 2011 report on drinking water. This installment provides an overview of the state's regulation of drinking water.
California's New School Planning and Accountability System
An overview of the system established by the Local Control Funding Formula legislation and areas for further state action as the system evolves.
How Often Do Governors Say No?
A new tally of the governors who vetoed the most bills and the fewest bills since 1967. Where does Governor Brown stand?
California's Paid Family Leave Program
How Californians have used the state program since it started 10 years ago on July 1, 2004.
The Potential of Demand Response Programs
These energy-saving programs offer a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to use California's energy resources.
Potential Impacts of GMO Salmon on Environment
California Residential Facilities for Adults
This table was prepared at the request of the Senate Human Services Committee for a Joint Oversight Hearing.
Tracking California's Revenue and Tax Structure
This PowerPoint presentation offers an overview of the state's general revenue and tax history and how it has fluctuated over time.
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease
An in-depth review of an impending public health crisis that is expected to impact nearly 700,000 Californians by 2025.
To Train or Not to Train?
Should California use funds to help the unemployed and underemployed find jobs now or upgrade their job skills for the future?
How Many Prisoners Were Once in Foster Care?
A unique state survey reveals how many of the polled inmates were formerly in foster care.
Is Our Drinking Water Clean and Safe?
A review of California's Drinking Water Program and how the state's water is monitored for safety.
How Are Workforce Investment Act Funds Being Spent?
Most Local Workforce Investment Boards report spending only a small share on job training.