The State Worker Newsletter

Schwarzenegger returns to Sacramento

In this Nov. 12, 2016 file photo, Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives at the 2016 Governors Awards in Los Angeles.
In this Nov. 12, 2016 file photo, Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives at the 2016 Governors Awards in Los Angeles. AP

In case you missed it:

Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger praised California’s eco-friendly initiatives and threw some punches at the Trump administration Thursday.

California has to deal with another lawsuit over the Oroville Dam crisis.

The California assemblywoman at the forefront of the #MeToo movement is now facing allegations of her own.

Travis Allen is not backing down.

Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to downsize the Delta tunnels project was met with more pushback.

A California congressman’s office deleted a conversation on sexual harassment from a town hall video.

From the opinion pages:

A single change in a 1967 law won’t end homelessness among mentally ill people, but it could avert needless deaths, The Bee Editorial Board writes.

Shawn Hubler writes how Clint Eastwood’s new film showcases a centrist California that America rarely sees.

The recently published study linking fertilizers to smog has several flaws, writes Kayla Gangl, director of communications and public outreach for the Western Plant Health Association.

The California Chamber of Commerce is trying to make it harder for workers to recover their stolen pay, writes Mark Schacht, deputy director of the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation.

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