The State Worker Newsletter

Jobs and health care on voters’ minds heading into California governor’s race

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Aug. 29, 2017.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Aug. 29, 2017. TNS

In case you missed it:

A new poll shows movement in the governor’s race and ranks the issues voters deem most important.

The Legislature passed a controversial measure this year that would raise gas taxes and vehicle license fees. Opponents want to stop that from happening again.

Gov. Jerry Brown will decide whether to ban the sale of pets bred in “puppy mills” at pet stores.

The telecom industry would have more freedom to install cellular wireless equipment, under a new bill on Brown’s desk.

Lawmakers advanced a measure to expand workplace reproductive protections.

A contentious proposal that would put California builders on the hook for wage theft violations by their subcontractors has advanced to Gov. Jerry Brown.

From the opinion pages:

Lawmakers’ proposed real estate fee and $4 billion parks bond could help California’s future generations, The Bee’s Editorial Board writes.

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