National University System Institute for Policy Research

Taxes May Raise Price of Legal Marijuana in San Diego
KNBC7 SAN DIEGO, November 2, 2017 - When marijuana becomes legal for recreational use in January, customers could be shocked by the high cost of getting high. That's because taxes on legal marijuana might eventually add 45 percent, or more, to the cost of the product in San Diego. Continue reading »
A stock correction by year's end?
SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, October 29, 2017 - Question: Will there will be stock pullback by year's end? Continue reading »
Border dreamers push for legislative action on DACA
SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, October 25, 2017 - With just over four months before their permits begin to expire, dreamers are ramping up political pressure at all levels of government to push Congress to pass a bill that will protect them without adding additional immigration enforcement. Continue reading »
San Jose: Public projects valued at $6 million will require project labor agreement
THE MERCURY NEWS, October 24, 2017 - City lawmakers on Tuesday adopted a policy that requires contractors to hire at least some union workers and pay fair wages on public projects valued at $6 million or more, including new libraries, fire stations and airport improvements. Continue reading »
Vacaville Unified trustees delay vote on PLAs until full board convenes
THE REPORTER, October 20, 2017 - After some fraught discussion and public comment, Vacaville Unified leaders on Thursday tabled a motion, on a close 3-2 vote, to resume talks on Project Labor Agreements for the Markham Elementary School modernization project. Continue reading »

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