Capitol Alert

March 27, 2016 11:00 PM

AM Alert: Vote set on state-wide retirement savings system

Up to 7.5 million Californians would have access to retirement savings programs under the proposal

The California Faculty Association is poised to legally strike at CSU campuses

The Legislature’s Armenian Caucus hosts an annual reception

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