This graphic illustrates how one Department of Food and Agriculture employee was shuffled between positions in an apparent scheme to keep the job slots and the funding tied to them from being lost.
This graphic illustrates how one Department of Food and Agriculture employee was shuffled between positions in an apparent scheme to keep the job slots and the funding tied to them from being lost. Sharon Okada The Sacramento Bee
This graphic illustrates how one Department of Food and Agriculture employee was shuffled between positions in an apparent scheme to keep the job slots and the funding tied to them from being lost. Sharon Okada The Sacramento Bee

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Jerry Brown’s budget aims to end California personnel shell game

May 15, 2015 8:17 PM

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