The State Worker Newsletter

Tough choices ahead for California unions

Groundskeepers maintain Capitol Park on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Cal-OSHA hit the state with 9 citations and $3,270 in fines after Capitol Park groundskeepers cleaned blood and fecal matter without adequate training, information or equipment.
Groundskeepers maintain Capitol Park on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Cal-OSHA hit the state with 9 citations and $3,270 in fines after Capitol Park groundskeepers cleaned blood and fecal matter without adequate training, information or equipment. nwesson@sacbee.com

In case you missed it:

Workers are unprepared for clean up in Capitol Park, Caitlin Chen writes.

California unions face tough political choices in after a "wake-up call" from the U.S. Supreme Court.

Here are previews of the 12 initiatives voters will have on their ballots in November.

From the opinion pages:

The Bee's Editorial Board says it might be time to ban fireworks on the Fourth of July.

Liz Helms, CEO of the California Chronic Care Coalition in Sacramento, argues that California patients are getting gouged by pharmacy benefit managers, and legislators should stop it.

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