For the news on April 28: what ‘splitting the baby’ for the Democrats means for May; schools to sue SF for using the district as a dumping ground for laid off workers; Sacramento cuts 900 jobs; and Human Rights Org activist is set to break the bench ban.
Op-Ed: Sending the Solar project back to committee SFBG
Op-Ed: Gaining true justice for Maria Isabel Vasquez and preventing more heat-illness deaths in the fields. Indybay
Human Rights Organization activist Bernard Klitzner to break the bench ban. Indybay
Sacramento County to cut more than 900 positions to close projected $187 million budget gap. Chron
Fremont to have first layoffs in six years, totaling 74 job cuts. CBS
SF Schools are suing the city under the claim that Newsom’s appointees have attempted to turn the district into a dumping ground for laid off city workers. SF Weekly
What the ‘split the baby’ Democratic vote means for the May election. BeyondChron
Town Hall for Justice on AB312, Oakland police dept complaints, and BART review. Indybay
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