The State Worker Newsletter

California guides businesses on how to avoid ‘aiding and abetting’ immigration authorities

Attorney General Xavier Becerra speaks during a press conference in Sacramento on Jan. 18, 2018.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra speaks during a press conference in Sacramento on Jan. 18, 2018. rbyer@sacbee.com

In case you missed it:

The state released new guidelines on a controversial law limiting businesses from cooperating with immigration authorities.

California is feuding with the Trump administration over a potential citizenship question on the next census.

A water agency in Southern California is eying control of the Delta tunnel project.

The state commissioned a study that says the tunnel will pay off for farmers and cities.

From the opinion pages:

Can California do elections better? Sacramento is the first big test, Foon Rhee writes.

F. Noel Perry wonders whether electric cars could become as common as smart phones.

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