A sign at a Sacramento liquor store on Dec. 27 displays the prize amounts for lottery games. The California Lottery postponed a sales conference planned in August 2018 in the wake of an anonymous employee’s complaint to Gov. Jerry Brown about senior leaders behaving inappropriately at a Southern California bar two years ago.
A sign at a Sacramento liquor store on Dec. 27 displays the prize amounts for lottery games. The California Lottery postponed a sales conference planned in August 2018 in the wake of an anonymous employee’s complaint to Gov. Jerry Brown about senior leaders behaving inappropriately at a Southern California bar two years ago. Noel Harris nharris@sacbee.com
A sign at a Sacramento liquor store on Dec. 27 displays the prize amounts for lottery games. The California Lottery postponed a sales conference planned in August 2018 in the wake of an anonymous employee’s complaint to Gov. Jerry Brown about senior leaders behaving inappropriately at a Southern California bar two years ago. Noel Harris nharris@sacbee.com

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