Volume XXVII No. 9 - March 25 2019

A Limited Victory for Pension Reform | 03-22-2019

Pension reformers won a narrow victory this month in the California Supreme Court, but the justices dodged a decision on the “California Rule,” a restrictive provision cherished by public employee unions. In a nationally watched case...

Bird’s Eye View

Dozen States Adopted ‘California Rule’ on Pensions | 03-22-2019

In 1955 the California Supreme Court ruled in Allen v. City of Long Beach (1955) that workers enter a contract with their employers from their first day on the job, and their pension benefits can’t be reduced unless they’re replaced with comparable...

Once Around the Statehouse Lightly

Trouble In Bloom| 03-22-2019

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Editorial Team

Managing Editor: Rich Ehisen

Editor: Korey Clark

Editorial Advisor: Lou Cannon

Contributing Editor: Mary Anne Peck

Graphic Design: Vanessa Perez Design