The State Worker’s Top 10: A lottery official resigns
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Some of the State Worker’s most popular features take blog users behind the scenes by sharing notes, quotes and documents that inform news stories and columns printed each week. Our No. 4 post for 2013 is an item that pulled back the curtain just a bit on turnover at an organization that always draws plenty of attention from state workers and from the public at large.
Click here to read, From the notebook: Read a California Lottery resignation letter.
This post is part of a series counting down the most-viewed State Worker blog items of 2013.
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