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Red Versus Blue in a New Light

The basic question driving the 2012 campaign was always clear: could Mitt Romney gain enough of the vote among older, upper-income white Americans to overcome President Obama’s overwhelming advantage among young, low-income and minority voters? As in previous elections, richer voters leaned Republican while… More

Finances bleeding Cal State system dry

To educators from around the globe, the California State University system is lauded as a triumph of mass higher education. Its 23 campuses enroll more undergraduates - 426,000 - than any other four-year higher education system in the United States. For CSU students, many of them the first in their … More

PPIA 2012

The Goldman school once again welcomes 30 outstanding college juniors from across the nation to the Public Policy International Affairs Junior Summer Institute, a seven-week, intensive immersion into the world of public policy. The program, with its focus on empowering and better serving historically under-se… More

The Impact of the Supreme Court Health Law Ruling

Professor John Ellwood convenes a panel of experts to address the major consequences of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, including what the decision means for future health reform, constitutional law, medical care, the insurance market, insurance premiums, public policy and politics. … More