The State Worker Newsletter

California lawmakers move on Capitol harassment allegations

In case you missed it:

Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra called it quits the day before the Legislature’s first public hearing on the Capitol culture of sexual harassment.

The Senate stripped Sen. Tony Mendoza of his leadership positions.

​California businesses push for 2017 immigration fix in Congress, but hopes fade

Jerry Brown thinks it’s OK to reduce pension benefits for current public employees.

Know a state department overrun with nepotism? Here’s who to call.

From the opinion pages:

Don’t let judges hijack California bail reform, writes Jeff Adachi.

California’s state budget seems healthy, but it isn’t, says Dan Walters.

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