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This report evaluates the proposal to raise Contra Costa County's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020 in 5 steps. The study examines the impacts on workers and businesses.
This report evaluates the prosal to establish a $13.50 an hour minimum wage by 2019 in the city of Sacramento in three steps. It evaluates the potential impacts on workers, employment, and businesses.
This report evaluates the potential impact of automation in the trucking industry. It looks at the potential impact of driverless trucks in particular. It evaluates both employment impacts and potential policy solutions.
This report estimates the impacts of a $15 minimum wage in California's San Jose and Santa Clara County on workers and business.
This report evaluates proposals in various North Bay cities. It evaluates the potential impacts on workers, employment, and businesses.
California has lead the nation in the development of local minimum wage ordinances. This reports how cities and counties have developed enforcement regimes for these new laws while also working within existing state enforcement systems.
This report evaluates local minimum wage laws across the country evaluating their structure, their enforcement, and their impact for both workers and businesses.
This fact sheet outlines the number of workers who would see a raise under California's plan to raist the minimum wage to $15 an hour, broken out by county.
This report evaluates California's looming retirement crisis. The study finds most California seniors are unprepared for retirement facing high costs of living and with low pension or 401K attainment.
This report provides a quantitative assessment of the economic impact in the Inland Empire counties of four import climate change policies in the state: cap and trade, the renewables portfolio standards, distributed solar programs, and investor-owned utility. They find these programs have had a net positive impact for these counties.