The State Worker Newsletter

California data breach threatens nearly 600,000 personal records

Vandals ransacked a Department of Developmental Services office in February 2018. The department is notifying people that the trespassers might have had access to their personal information.
Vandals ransacked a Department of Developmental Services office in February 2018. The department is notifying people that the trespassers might have had access to their personal information.

In case you missed it:

State computers containing nearly 600,000 Californians' heath information were stolen.

A Southern California water district could revive Gov. Jerry Brown's plan for the Delta tunnels.

From the opinion pages:

Bee reporter Ryan Sabalow ponders our role in the trickle that is the southern reaches of the Colorado River.

The leaders of the Legislature's two houses — Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon promise "a Capitol with more dignity."

Magdalena Yesil makes a pitch for Assembly Bill 20141 which urges diversity at Silicon Valley venture capital firms.

Gov. Jerry Brown needs to fill a vacancy on the California Supreme Court, write David A. Carrillo and Stephen M. Duvernay.

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