The State Worker Newsletter

Nancy Pelosi shouted down by DREAMers in San Francisco

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi listens during a news conference on Capitol Hill in February 2016.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi listens during a news conference on Capitol Hill in February 2016. The Associated Press

In case you missed it:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi got a testy reception at an immigration press conference before a quieter event in Sacramento.

How did labor flex its muscle in the just-completed legislative session?

At least one lawmaker is already running to succeed outgoing Senate leader Kevin de León.

Another Republican challenger for Rep. Ami Bera.

A bill to require 100 percent renewable energy in California died on the final night of session.

So did a controversial proposal to create “safe injection sites” for heroin addicts.

Will Gov. Jerry Brown sign a diaper-changing station bill he vetoed once before?

The Legislature wants to see President Donald Trump’s tax returns.

California will soon be a “sanctuary state.”

Some Sacramento-area water agencies could end up paying for a small share of the Delta tunnels.

From the opinion pages:

In this legislative session, plenty got done that will affect your life, writes The Bee Editorial Board.

Fernando Mendoza offers another reason to save DACA.

Brown is trying to deceive voters on a proposed repeal of his gas tax increase, says Assemblyman Travis Allen.

Why shouldn’t we all get to vote in CalPERS election? Foon Rhee asks.

It’s time for liberal Californians to take a chill pill, writes Dan Walters.

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