The State Worker Newsletter

Consumer privacy, soda tax initiatives pulled from California ballot in final rush

In case you missed it: 

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a sweeping consumer privacy bill into law.

Alexei Koseff reports that California has banned local soda taxes through 2030 to avert an industry-backed initiative.

This November, California voters will decide whether to change daylight saving time, Angela Hart reports.

Adam Ashton explains how a court case will cost California unions big money immediately.

The California ballot measures are set for November.

From the opinion pages:

Jessica Levinson, campaign finance and ethics expert at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, questions the Supreme Court's integrity in light of its recent ruling on labor unions.

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