Robert Sillen, the hard-charging federal receiver for the state prison health-care system, comes to town today to meet the press at a Sacramento Press Club luncheon.
With a legislation deadline looming on Friday, it's a busy day at the Capitol. More than a dozen committees are meeting to hear bills generated in the opposite house. Assemblywoman Lois Wolk's flood control bill is up at 1:30 in Senate Judiciary.
The Fair Political Practices Commission will conduct an "interested persons meeting" to discuss contribution limits.
The state Board of Education convenes a hearing in Sacramento to consider conflict of interest regulations for charter schools.
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In Long Beach, the CSU Board of Trustees convenes to discuss, among other things, the system's alcohol policies.
And it's graduation day for 235 prisoners at Folsom Prison's Greystone Adult School.