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If ballot measures are like football games, then the proposed 2014 public pension initiative announced this week by San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed is putting on its pads.
A $6 million contract between California’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and a private law firm broke the law last year, according to a ruling released this week by the state’s civil service system watchdog.
With the first deadline looming for a new public-pension proposal to make the November 2014 ballot, a Texas nonprofit has emerged in a behind-the-scenes battle poised to break into public view next year.
Ask John Conomy the key ingredient for a successful government technology project and he’ll give you one word: “Fear.”
Click into SEIU Local 1000’s homepage and you’ll find items touting a new contract with the state, links to news items of interest to members and leader profiles, including one about President Yvonne Walker.
A week after The Sacramento Bee detailed an employee's return to state government after a two-year prison term for embezzling $320,000, we're still hearing about it.
Observations about the approaching end of the state-employee contract bargaining season:
State attorney Kelly Vent admits her lawsuit is a long shot, a kitchen-sink argument that says furloughing her for 82 days over the last four years violated everything from the U.S. Constitution to common sense.
Earlier this year, letters to some government workers with CalPERS medical insurance struck a gently threatening tone. Here's our distilled version: