More Videos

Transgender CDCR officer files discrimination lawsuit against state 2:04

Transgender CDCR officer files discrimination lawsuit against state

What Deschutes Brewery Street Pub is all about 1:32

What Deschutes Brewery Street Pub is all about

Protesters disrupt Republican Congressman Tom McClintock town hall 1:23

Protesters disrupt Republican Congressman Tom McClintock town hall

Sacramento stories: 45 years ago, 22 people died in Farrell's plane crash (September 1972) 1:48

Sacramento stories: 45 years ago, 22 people died in Farrell's plane crash (September 1972)

Rescuers in Mexico work to rescue girl trapped in earthquake rubble 1:31

Rescuers in Mexico work to rescue girl trapped in earthquake rubble

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners 2:43

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners

Midtown Association steps up efforts to serve the homeless 1:07

Midtown Association steps up efforts to serve the homeless

Sacramento sheriff is looking for these young burglary suspects 0:22

Sacramento sheriff is looking for these young burglary suspects

Spencer Webb of Christian Brothers prepares for Friday night football 0:54

Spencer Webb of Christian Brothers prepares for Friday night football

49ers vs. Rams: Three players to watch in Week 3 1:30

49ers vs. Rams: Three players to watch in Week 3

  • Video: A look inside San Quentin's death row

    About 700 condemned inmates are shown in December 2015, living out their lives at San Quentin State Prison, California's oldest state prison which opened in 1852.

About 700 condemned inmates are shown in December 2015, living out their lives at San Quentin State Prison, California's oldest state prison which opened in 1852. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
About 700 condemned inmates are shown in December 2015, living out their lives at San Quentin State Prison, California's oldest state prison which opened in 1852. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

Future is surprisingly uncertain on San Quentin’s death row

January 06, 2016 8:45 AM

Comments

About This Blog


The Sacramento Bee launched The State Worker blog in 2008 to cover state government from the perspective of California government employees. Every day The Bee filters the news through a single question: "What does this mean for state workers?" Subscribe to alerts on state pay, benefits, pensions, contracts and jobs at sacbee.com/newsletters. Twitter: @TheStateWorker.