Gov. Jerry Brown releases first ‘good news’ budget in years

Gov. Jerry Brown today unveiled the first good-news state budget California has seen in years, which he said boosts investment in education, implements health-care reform and maintains fiscal stability while projecting surpluses for years to come

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Gov. Brown signs California pension reform bill

While new employees starting Jan. 1, 2013, would automatically have to contribute 50 percent of their pension costs…….

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Employee compensation deal reached; ratification Wednesday

Members are encouraged to participate in a ratification vote this Wednesday, June 27, from 7 a.m until 7 p.m.

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Jerry Brown tells unions to brace for California state worker pay cuts

State workers’ compensation is back on the budget chopping block…………….unspecified cut in employee costs up to 10 percent.

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Dear CDCR Educator

SB 1121 will soon be scheduled for hearing and Sen. Hancock would like to have teachers from the prison schools present to comment on the bill

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Prisoner exodus in California continues, sparking safety concerns

The problem is, many of California’s county jails are already filled to capacity, and are having to release inmates well before their sentences have been served.

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