Report: Six-Figure University of California Pensions Up 60% Since 2012A newspaper investigation finds the number of University of California retirees collecting six-figure pensions has increased 60 percent since 2012.
California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
California Teachers Struggle As School Administrators Get Generous PensionsAs California public schools face layoffs and budget cuts, some school administrators are retiring with huge pensions.
University Of California 'Recalled Retirees' Receiving $300,000+ In Annual PensionsTwenty-five University of California retirees are now collecting pensions that total more than $300,000 annually, public documents show.
San Jose Police Union Accuses City Of Going Back On Pension Reform DealSan Jose city officials are trying to renege on a tentative settlement with the San Jose Police Officers’ Association on a pension reform measure, a union spokesman alleged Wednesday.
Former San Jose Police Chiefs Say Pension Reforms Have Created A Public Safety Crisis Four former San Jose police chiefs announced their support for county supervisor Dave Cortese in the mayor's race on Thursday citing crime and police staffing as the two of the main issues in the campaign. Mayor Chuck Reed, however, is endorsing Councilman Sam Liccardo and has dismissed the chiefs’ endorsement as political theater.
Fact Check: Brown, Kashkari Provide Partial Truths In Only Gubernatorial DebateDemocratic Gov. Jerry Brown and his Republican challenger, Neel Kashkari, covered a lot of ground in Thursday's night gubernatorial debate. An examination of some of the issues they debated and a reality check on some of their claims:
Bulk Of Gov. Brown’s Revised State Budget Would Go Towards Medi-Cal California Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled his revised state budget on Tuesday, which is $1 billion more than the original he submitted in January. The majority of the funds would go to health-care costs for the poor.
Shrinking San Jose Police Department Has Few Recruits For New AcademySan Jose's police department has only filled 29 of 60 slots in next month’s police academy. Mayor Chuck Reed is calling the recruitment efforts unsuccessful.
Phil Matier: Time And Money Running Out On Many Ballot Initiative CampaignsIt's crunch time for would-be California ballot initiatives with backers of some particularly controversial ones acknowledging they may not have the support or money to qualify their initiatives for the November ballot.
San Jose Mayor Abandons Pension Reform Measure For 2014 BallotSan Jose Mayor Chuck Reed is abandoning an attempt to place an initiative on the November ballot that would have enabled governments in California to cut future pension benefits for current workers.
Phil Matier: State Assembly To Tackle Teacher Pension Fund ShortfallThe liability, which has been building for years, is at least $71 billion.

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