A special op-ed from Leyne Milstein, Director of Finance for the City of Sacramento and a candidate for the Public Agency Director position on the CalPERS Board of Administration, representing
A pension reform measure which was set to go before voters in Ventura County was quashed last Monday after a judge ruled it illegal.
A look at the pay of Contra Costa sanitation workers reveals a curious phenomenon. Certain employees are being paid more in retirement than they ever were as employees.
Efforts to unionize nearly 1,000 Contra Costa County employees could be coming to a head, as the participating union has cried foul over alleged anti-union tactics. Last year, the CoCo Supes froze
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced a civil rights investigation into the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) on Friday.