The State Worker Newsletter

Will Trump’s offshore oil plans prove toxic for GOP incumbents in California?

The Glomar Adriatic IV sits one mile off the coast of Summerland, south of Santa Barbara, on March 4, 1998 during sunset.
The Glomar Adriatic IV sits one mile off the coast of Summerland, south of Santa Barbara, on March 4, 1998 during sunset. The Sacramento Bee file

In case you missed it:

California Republicans are in a difficult place over President Donald Trump’s plans to ramp up offshore drilling.

The next battle over affirmative action is about discrimination against Asian Americans.

Senate leader Kevin de León criticized his colleague Tony Mendoza for not taking his leave of absence seriously enough.

Trump’s new tariff could hurt California’s effort to go solar.

California employers caught between the feds and the state on immigration.

From the opinion pages:

#MeToo must also mean stopping domestic violence, write Surina Khan and Peter Long.

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