State Budget Could Be Capped by “Gann Limit,” Preventing New Taxes

Tax-Free Teachers?

Women’s March Madness

Beyond DeVos

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While Retired City Manager Golfs, New Americans in El Monte Struggle to Make Ends Meet

Over a fourth of El Monte’s residents live in poverty, but, among public-sector workers poverty is unlikely. Retired City Manager James Mundessen told the LA Times that he personally receives $216,000 a year in retirement – an amount that finances a lavish lifestyle that includes golfing trips in Scotland. Mundessen is one of eight city officials collecting over $200,000 per year.

Does Berkeley’s Teachers Union Support Free Speech to Suppress Free Speech?