The State Worker Newsletter

Are California voters warming up to school vouchers?

First through fifth graders at Parkway Elementary School dance during their morning traditional Harambee on Tuesday, July 26, 2017 in Sacramento, Calif. The children are part of the Freedom Schools program, an academic program for low-income youths that promotes literacy, writing ability and social impact/action.
First through fifth graders at Parkway Elementary School dance during their morning traditional Harambee on Tuesday, July 26, 2017 in Sacramento, Calif. The children are part of the Freedom Schools program, an academic program for low-income youths that promotes literacy, writing ability and social impact/action. rpench@sacbee.com

In case you missed it:

Most California voters favor tax credits or school vouchers for low-income parents who want to send their kids to private or religious schools.

Where were California’s winning lottery tickets sold? Some places in California appear luckier than others when it comes to playing the lottery.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein wants to ban the device that converts a semi-automatic weapon into an automatic one. Are Republicans on board?

The Obamacare repeal failed, but President Donald Trump still poses a threat to California’s health care market.

From the State Worker:

Pension costs are squeezing local government services across California.

From the opinion pages:

California Democrats are all for free speech – just not conservative Ben Shapiro’s

California’s housing legislation won’t solve the housing crisis, writes Dan Walters of CALmatters.

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