The State Worker

September 17, 2014 5:03 PM

The State Worker: SEIU tests its mojo in CalPERS vote

CalPERS board candidate Theresa Taylor has 20 years of financial experience at the Franchise Tax Board and a personal commitment to preserving pension benefits, she says, fortified by watching her husband lose most of his retirement savings.

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