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Insurers say California's inaction threatens auto policies

“The commissioner is an elected official and he’s trying to serve his constituents in a way that does not favor market forces," said David Russell, a professor of insurance and finance at California State University, Northridge. "But if you suppress rates, you’re going to get availability problems.” --KPBS

CalArts Welcomes 27 New Regular Faculty Members

Ung (Theater MFA 2012) is on the voice faculty in the School of Theater. A performer, educator and creator, she began teaching at CalArts in 2015. Her teaching experience includes California State University, Los Angeles; California State University, Northridge; and New York Film Academy. She completed a master’s degree in acting at CalArts in 2012; she earned a bachelor’s degree in 2008 at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The California Arts Council named her an Established Artist Fellow in 2021. --SCV News

Insurers say California’s inaction threatens auto policies

“The commissioner is an elected official and he’s trying to serve his constituents in a way that does not favor market forces,” said David Russell, a professor of insurance and finance at California State University, Northridge. “But if you suppress rates, you’re going to get availability problems.” --The Detroit News

Insurers say California’s inaction threatens auto policies

“The commissioner is an elected official and he’s trying to serve his constituents in a way that does not favor market forces,” said David Russell, a professor of insurance and finance at California State University, Northridge. “But if you suppress rates, you’re going to get availability problems.” --KOAM

Aging boom shakes, reshapes Southern California

We’re also not great at the softer skills. Less than 14% of Southern Californians surveyed in a 2017 study by researchers at Cal State Northridge said they believe we live in a society that respects older people. --Whittier Daily News

Aging boom shakes, reshapes Southern California

We’re also not great at the softer skills. Less than 14% of Southern Californians surveyed in a 2017 study by researchers at Cal State Northridge said they believe we live in a society that respects older people. --Los Angeles Daily News

Aging boom shakes, reshapes Southern California

We’re also not great at the softer skills. Less than 14% of Southern Californians surveyed in a 2017 study by researchers at Cal State Northridge said they believe we live in a society that respects older people. --Redlands Daily Facts

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