Labor Defeats Anti-Union Proposition 32California voters have reaffirmed their support for unions in defeating a provision that would have banned the way labor traditionally raises money to fund political activity.
Phil Matier: Cash-Strapped California Spending Thousands On iPads For State WorkersControversy is brewing in Sacramento, over the hundreds of thousands of dollars in state funds apparently used to buy tech products for state employees.
State Lawmakers Get A Look At Brown's Pension Reform PlanJerry Brown's proposal mandates that public employees pay at least half the cost of their retirement plans.
California State Senate Approves Contracts For 6 UnionsThe Senate has approved six labor contracts covering more than 50,000 prison guards, engineers, scientists and other state workers.
Oakland Federal Judge Rules For Gay Rights Backers In Health SuitA federal judge has issued a favorable ruling for gay-rights advocates involving state employees and long-term health care.
How Will Gov-Elect Brown Deal With Furloughs?Sunday marks the two year anniversary of Governor Schwarzenegger's first ordering furloughs for state workers, and the unpaid days off have been worked into the upcoming budget, but all of that could change when Governor- Elect Jerry Brown takes office next month. Brown has opposed furlough days.
Schwarzenegger Sues to Enforce Minimum Wage

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