Abortion ruling threatens Roe v Wade, California legislators say
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Democratic legislators, slapped down by the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in an abortion case, vow to retaliate. Kate Irbyreports.
Bryan Anderson reports that California lawmakers will get a 3 percent pay raise by the end of the year.
Anderson also writes that the Oakland A's are asking lawmakers for added legal protection as they work to build a new stadium.
Gov. Jerry Brown dined with soda industry representatives ahead of a tax ban deal, Alexei Koseff explains.
Adam Ashton reports California prison guards have approved a one-year contract with a 5 percent raise.
From the opinion pages:
The Bee's Editorial Board says the Supreme Court’s anti-abortion ruling in California upholds the right to misinform.
Jeff Harris, who represents District 3 on the Sacramento City Council and is a member of the Sites Project Authority Board, writes that the Sites project — a proposed off-stream reservoir north of the Delta — is too smart of an an investment for California to pass up.