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Nightly Buzz, Oct. 16, 2019: Soccer in Sac + Public money used for retirement party + “No-rehire” clause banned

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Republic FC to make major announcement Monday

Republic FC and Mayor Darrell Steinberg will take part in a major announcement about “the future of soccer in Sacramento.”

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California prison agency spent $12,000 on retirement party

A California prison agency spent $12,000 in public money on a retirement party for a manager early this year.

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New California law bans ‘no-rehire’ clauses

California workers who sue their employer and then settle their case no longer may be barred from future work with the employer as part of the settlement.

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Sacramento Zoo’s reopened lion exhibit

Visitors to the Sacramento Zoo can now get up close and personal with its African lions.

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