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Monday, May 4, 2009

Assembly Delays Endorsing SEIU Contract

From The Sacramento Bee:

The Assembly today defeated a bill that aimed to put into state law the terms of the Schwarzenegger administration's contract agreement with members of the SEIU, Local 1000, California's largest state workers' union. [...]

Niello appears to be using Republican clout to offer the governor some leverage - holding out on the contract approval as long as possible so that the SEIU doesn't mount a major attack-ad campaign on propositions he favors, such as 1A.

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