The State Worker Newsletter

California steps in to oversee police reform

San Francisco Police Chief William Scott walks to a meeting at City Hall in San Francisco.
San Francisco Police Chief William Scott walks to a meeting at City Hall in San Francisco. AP

In case you missed it:

California’s attorney general plans to create a new role for state officials as a watchdog on local police agencies.

An initiative to increase the size of the Legislature by 100 times did not qualify for the ballot.

Re-election prospects are looking shaky for two California Republican congressmen.

From the opinion pages:

SpaceX had a big launch. California is taxing it, Foon Rhee writes.

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