The State Worker Newsletter

Oil firms don't plan to deny climate change in court

Chevron contributed $4 million to the No on Measure G campaign in San Luis Obispo County.
Chevron contributed $4 million to the No on Measure G campaign in San Luis Obispo County.

In case you missed it:

A federal judge in San Francisco will preside Wednesday over the nation's first-ever court hearing on climate change science.

A new CalPERS board member is already in trouble.

What did Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones tell Trump today?

From the opinion pages:

At the White House, Sheriff Jones forgets whom he represents, The Bee Editorial Board writes.

In fighting climate change, Californians can't get lazy, The Bee Editorial Board writes.

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