California Gov. Jerry Brown will sign into law sweeping pension changes that is projected to save taxpayers billions of dollars in the future.
Working and retired state employees were grilling more than hotdogs at their annual Labor Day picnic on Monday. They were also grilling a decision by state lawmakers to approve the biggest cutback in their benefits in state history.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a new plan Tuesday to reform California’s broken public employee pension system, compromising on some aspects of the plan he’d presented earlier.
Gov. Jerry Brown has announced systematic reforms to California’s badly underfunded public pension system that he says will save taxpayers billions of dollars over time.
A new poll finds Californians overwhelmingly support capping pension benefits and raising the minimum retirement age for public employees.
Gov. Jerry Brown is asking for more time to negotiate public pension reform with state lawmakers.
San Diego and San Jose voters overwhelmingly passed pension cuts for public employees in Tuesday night’s election, and it could be a sign of more to come across California.
In a move that blurs the line between right and left, Republicans are tag-teaming with an unlikely ally — Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown.
Republican lawmakers are challenging Gov. Jerry Brown to get Democratic support for the pension reforms he introduced four months ago.
A new Field Poll finds bipartisan support among California voters for Gov. Jerry Brown’s pension proposal, with nearly two-thirds saying they support reduced retirement benefits for new and current public workers.
Senate Republicans today urged Governor Jerry Brown to launch a special session at the Capitol to fix California’s broken pension system.
The state’s nonpartisan analyst is calling Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to reform the public pension system a “bold, excellent starting point” for controlling the high cost of retirement benefits.