A first-ever California Citizens Redistricting Commission will take another step forward this month. Some political experts say it is the most significant change in state government in 10 years and could begin the end to gridlock in Sacramento.
Short sales may be the next big thing as lenders try to avoid foreclosures in the distressed real estate market. But with no set rules or standard procedures - buyers and sellers never know quite what to expect.
A band of young, highly talented journalists take on the one question that keeps too many Californians awake at night:
What happened to my California dream?
SoCal Connected joins with USC's News21 project to present a months-long investigation into the dream. How did it wither away? Is it gone forever, or can we bring back the glimmer that made us the Golden State?
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