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The Edit, Episode #12: A Conversation About Kevin de León's Run for the U.S. Senate
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, we talk with editorial fellow Jack Herrera about California's mid-term Senate race.
Kevin de León Took on the Democratic Establishment. It Fought Back.
The state senator from Los Angeles has racked up major legislative achievements on everything from clean energy to immigration reform. Now he faces his biggest—and most unlikely—challenge yet: unseating Dianne Feinstein.
Dispatches: Five Essential Reads From the Past Week
A collection of some of our most important and timely stories, from an interview with California State Senator Kevin De León to a report on the latest dire global climate summary.
The Lede, Issue #37: The New 'Halloween,' the Value of Home Libraries, California's Kevin De León, and More
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California Senatorial Candidate Kevin de León Talks Immigration, Health Care, and Standing Up to Trump
After authoring California's sanctuary state law and drafting its 100 percent renewable energy goals, the state senator talks with Pacific Standard about setting his sights on an even higher ambition: unseating Dianne Feinstein.
How California Became a Modern Democratic Stronghold
Tuesday's election results offered a blast from the past for California Democrats.
From Sacramento to Paris, Bringing Divestment to Government as a Tool for Social Change
On Wednesday at COP21, divestment was king, as California touted its success, and Bill McKibben announced a major shift in global capital away from carbon.