California Highway Patrol are sworn in during a March graduation ceremony at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento. Successful collective bargaining by powerful, and mostly male, public safety unions has helped perpetuate the gap between male and female state workers’ pay.
California Highway Patrol are sworn in during a March graduation ceremony at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento. Successful collective bargaining by powerful, and mostly male, public safety unions has helped perpetuate the gap between male and female state workers’ pay. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
California Highway Patrol are sworn in during a March graduation ceremony at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento. Successful collective bargaining by powerful, and mostly male, public safety unions has helped perpetuate the gap between male and female state workers’ pay. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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