Tesla, labor officials spar over Fremont factory union drive in hearing | SFChronicle.com

The long-delayed trial before one of the board’s administrative law judges in Oakland follows two years of so-far-unsuccessful efforts by the United Auto Workers to unionize Tesla’s plant, which now employs more than 10,000 people. Source: Tesla, labor officials spar over Fremont factory union drive in hearing – SFChronicle.com
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Sonoma County to make over emergency operations after Tubbs Fire response blasted | SFChronicle.com

Sonoma County’s Board of Supervisors approved plans Monday for a restructuring of emergency operations after an internal report concluded that emergency workers were unprepared for the October fires, which burned 5,143 homes and killed 23 people in and around Santa Rosa. Source: Sonoma County to make over emergency operations after Tubbs Fire response blasted – […]
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San Diego approves new budget, including most infrastructure spending in city history | The San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego City Council members unanimously adopted a budget on Monday that increases infrastructure spending to its highest level ever and avoids deep cuts to cherished programs despite rising employee salaries. Source: San Diego approves new budget, including most infrastructure spending in city history – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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In a handful of California counties, polling places are giving way to a sweeping new election system | LA Times

California’s new election law that allows counties to trade polling places for all-mail balloting has kicked in. Voters are finding a brand-new system in five counties, with more counties expected to implement the law in 2020. Source: In a handful of California counties, polling places are giving way to a sweeping new election system
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