The State Worker

May 16, 2016 2:48 PM

CalPERS speeds up deadline to debate tobacco investments

Investment chair orders divestment study within nine months instead of two years

Treasurer John Chiang wanted to squash study, keep pension portfolio free of tobacco

Next step: Debate over divestment once study is completed

The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

Related content

Comments

 

Videos

More Videos

Dramatic, close-up footage of Southern California wildfire battle 1:20

Dramatic, close-up footage of Southern California wildfire battle

Watch helicopters draw water from reservoir to drop on Thomas Fire 0:56

Watch helicopters draw water from reservoir to drop on Thomas Fire

Ozomatli 'Read to the Rhythm' 3:05

Ozomatli 'Read to the Rhythm'

Entertaining sheriff's video has serious message: How not to let Grinch ruin your holiday 1:16

Entertaining sheriff's video has serious message: How not to let Grinch ruin your holiday

See National Zoo's panda take a roll in the snow 0:35

See National Zoo's panda take a roll in the snow

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness 2:51

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness

49ers: Three players with most on the line as season nears its end 1:32

49ers: Three players with most on the line as season nears its end

Firefighters battling largest wildfire in Southern California now must deal with 'purple wind' 1:31

Firefighters battling largest wildfire in Southern California now must deal with "purple wind"

Mother of slain football star thinks Sacramento program could have saved her son 0:49

Mother of slain football star thinks Sacramento program could have saved her son

Fire rages along the 405 in L.A. as gridlock ensues 0:35

Fire rages along the 405 in L.A. as gridlock ensues

  • 'Are you kidding me?': Officer alleges discrimination by CHP for his military status

    Lt. Col. Christopher Lutz joined the California National Guard in 1996, eventually ending up as a pilot in the Air Guard. Lutz also is a California Highway Patrol officer with 12 years of service, and says the CHP is essentially destroying his career because of his military obligations.