CalAware’s president is a journalist armed with more than ink

Over the weekend NBC News, reminding its audience in the wake of the Annapolis Capital Gazette murders that credible death threats come with the territory for many if not most veteran journalists, cited as the leading example Tim Crews, president of Californians...

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Arguments for limiting secrecy in local government employee collective bargaining

As noted in the previous post, the recently enacted AB 1455 of 2017 exempts from disclosure under the California Public Records Act (CPRA) all documentation of a city’s, county’s or special district’s process in collective bargaining with its recognized employee...

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The other “me too” trend

A spectacularly self-dealing former Poway Unified School District superintendent pled guilty last week—but to only a misdemeanor, reports Ashly McGlone of Voice of San Diego.  Among other exercises in undue enrichment reported earlier was his insertion of “me too”...

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