The State Worker Newsletter

Creepy robo calls target top California Democrats

In case you missed it:

Bryan Anderson writes about a prank robo call that is going out to California lawmakers and top Democratic campaigns.

Anderson also reports on Nancy Pelosi's numerous emails aimed at raising money from her supporters.

Thanks to Phillip Reese, you can now see the 100 highest pensions in the CalPERS and CalSTRS systems.

Democrat Gavin Newsom and Republican John Cox, running in the general election for California governor, are offering different approaches to addressing homelessness, from tax credits and permanent housing to cutting regulations and the gas tax, Angela Hart explains.

From Washington, D.C., Emily Cadei reports that California Republicans are divided on President Donald Trump's policy of separating migrant families crossing the border illegally.

Pay for CalPERS' next chief investment officer can reach $1.77 million, Adam Ashton writes.

From the opinion pages:

The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board says California lawmakers should take action to put a check on bad cops.

The Board is also asking, "What did California do to Stephen Miller?"

California counties should follow the lead of San Francisco and end criminal justice fees, writesAnne Stuhldreher.

Don't ban special offers for free broadband, writes David W. Sosa.