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Two Livingston employee groups rejected a concession agreement this week that included a 7 percent pay cut, an extra $100 contribution toward medical insurance and other concessions. In an effort to shrink a $150,000 budget deficit, city officials
Salary data compiled by the state and the attorneys union for years have shown a gulf so wide that Attorney General (and now Gov.) Jerry Brown said in 2007 that he was worried the states ability to enforce the law was in jeopardy...The numbers
Unless you're someone who's well-connected in politics, you literally don't know what you're discussing," said Phillip Ung, a spokesman at California Forward, a public policy group. "It's so insular." Senate leader Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento)
Frustrated that contract negotiations have failed to secure raises and lower health care costs, the Chula Vista teachers union authorized its leadership to call a strike if an agreement can't be reached with the Chula Vista Elementary School District.
Just under half of registered Wisconsin voters approve of the job Gov. Scott Walker is doing. The Marquette law school released its latest poll numbers Wednesday. The poll says 49 percent of voters approve of how the Republican governor is handling
Wisconsin Governor-Investigation The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about a judge ordering the release of documents in a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign and other conservative groups.
Imposing a contract on one of its employee unions for the first time, Phoenix has approved pay cuts for police officers and other city workers to avoid reductions in services provided residents in the face of a budget deficit. The City Council voted
May 8, 2014 Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders are poised to announce a deal on his rainy day fund proposal, including additional general fund contributions to satisfy Republicans, sources said. The agreement follows private negotiations held
With a legislative deadline just a few weeks away, labor negotiations between the Californias state attorneys and Gov. Jerry Browns administration are in a holding pattern, a union spokesman said today. Were still waiting, union spokesman
Select a date range Create a custom date range Lauren Roth Sentinel School Zone 10:26 a.m. EDT , May 1, 2014 Orange County's more than 13,000 teachers will get to vote on their raises and other contract provisions by mail, according to new statements