The State Worker Newsletter

Will California's new consumer privacy law actually protect consumer privacy?

Consumer Concerns columnist David Lazarus digs into the issue of internet privacy: Does a contract for services give your broadband provider have a right to access your personal information?
Consumer Concerns columnist David Lazarus digs into the issue of internet privacy: Does a contract for services give your broadband provider have a right to access your personal information? Dallas Morning News file

In case you missed it:

California's new consumer privacy law isn't as sweeping as you might think.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is sending the Sacramento region $1.8 billion for flood protection.

A federal judge on Wednesday denied the Trump administration's request to immediately halt California's sanctuary state law.

After giving up his Assembly seat to mount an unsuccessful run for governor, Travis Allen wants to "Take Back California" from the liberals.

From the opinion pages:

Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, says wealthy people are fleeing California to go to lower-taxed states.

According to Bonnie Castillo, a registered nurse and executive director of the California Nurses Association, the state should fix taxes to address issues of wealth disparity.

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