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The push for a government pension measure on the November ballot died Friday when its most public backer called it quits.
The push to put a public pension measure on the November ballot is officially dead.
Our column in Thursday’s Bee updates what’s happening with the lawsuit against CalPERS and now its individual board members over the organization’s administration of long-term care policies sold from 1995 to 2004.
Infant napping pads, varnish strippers and certain foam sealants made California’s first-ever list of hazardous products on Thursday, putting manufacturers on notice that they’ll eventually need to find cleaner ingredients to make th...
A carcinogen commonly found in napping mats for babies and a paint-stripping chemical linked to more than a dozen deaths made a first-ever list of hazardous products state officials released Thursday, putting manufacturers on notice to find alte...
The simmering fight over CalPERS’ decision to jack up its long-term-care insurance premiums is about to get hotter next week when the fund responds to a lawsuit that, among other things, accuses its leaders of falling down on their legal o...
A legislative audit committee on Wednesday commissioned an audit of the Board of Equalization headquarters that will consider a range of options for the troubled building and the 2,000 or so employee who work there.
A Modesto lawmaker has pulled back her call for an audit of a 6-month-old California state computer system that has slowed down the process for licensing nursing school graduates since going online last fall.
More than a quarter of policyholders covered by CalPERS’ most costly long-term care insurance switched to cheaper plans over the last year, avoiding a controversial premium hike that looms in 2015.