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  • CalPERS May Widen Its Labor Rights Policy Focus

    CalPERS May Widen Its Labor Rights Policy Focus

    • June 21, 2017

    When the Finance and Administration Committee of CalPERS, the giant public-sector pension fund, met Wednesday morning in Sacramento, its agenda included a vote on a seemingly innocuous proposal made by California State Treasurer John Chiang to expand its Responsible Contractor Program.

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  • The War Against One Sanctuary City

    The War Against One Sanctuary City

    A fight over sanctuary cities is brewing in one of them — tiny Cudahy, located in Southeast Los Angeles County. Anti-immigrant groups hope to choke off municipal funds to punish the city, even if the Trump administration fails in its attempts to do so. BY ROBIN UREVICH

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  • CalPERS May Widen Its Labor Rights Policy Focus

    CalPERS May Widen Its Labor Rights Policy Focus

    When the Finance and Administration Committee of CalPERS, the giant public-sector pension fund, met Wednesday morning in Sacramento, its agenda included a vote on a seemingly innocuous proposal made by California State Treasurer John Chiang to expand its Responsible Contractor Program.

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  • Who’ll Take San Onofre’s Nuclear Trash?

    Who’ll Take San Onofre’s Nuclear Trash?

    In 2015 California’s Coastal Commission granted a permit to bury 3.6 million pounds of highly radioactive material along the coastline, right next to the iconic stretch of surfing spots known as Trestles. Since then environmentalists have been urging the commission to reverse itself.

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