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August 25, 2014 1:16 PM

Video: Pan talks about how public and state employees suffer for poor government performance

During an hour-long interview with The Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau’s staff on Monday, Assemblyman Richard Pan was asked about his legislative history of carrying labor-sponsored bills that clamp down on outsourcing services. Pan defended civil service laws as promoting good government, but acknowledged that the private sector should provide some services.

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