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The California Rule on Public Employee Pensions Under Attack: Will We Still Call It The “California Rule” If It Is No Longer The Rule In California?

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Background On September 26, 2017, AFSCME Local  2620  ("Union")  filed  a  grievance with California Correctional Health Care Services ("CCHCS") at the California Men's Colony ("CMC") on behalf of Bargaining Unit 19 ("BU19") employees. When the parties were unable to resolve…

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