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Board of trustees and CSU workers far from a salary agreement

Board of trustees and CSU workers far from a salary agreement

Mona Adem

July 23, 2013

Union leaders for CSU employees decried the 1.2 percent salary increase proposed at the CSU board of trustee meeting in Long Beach. “Our members need more than a 1.2 percent salary increase and they cannot afford to pay more for their health care,” said Mary Kay Stratham Doyle, president of the Academic Professionals of California. CSU em...

KCSN news update; employers withheld millions in wages owed to workers

Mona Adem

July 3, 2013

  Exposition Light Rail station opens in 2015 The Exposition Light Rail line station in Santa Monica will open in 2015. The Army plans to reduce the military   The Army plans to eliminate 12 active duty combat brigades and reduce the military by 80-thousand soldiers. Employers withheld million...

KCSN news update; report finds younger Americans more likely to have read an actual book in the last year

Mona Adem

July 2, 2013

  Victims of racial harassment in the Antelope Valley The Justice Department orders L-A County, Lancaster and Palmdale to pay 12 point 5 million dollars to victims of racial harassment in the Antelope Valley. Federal authorities sent warning letters to 103 illegal LA marijuana dispensaries ...

KCSN news update; more than 16 million American children living in poverty

Mona Adem

July 1, 2013

  Garcetti vows to bring more jobs and boost the economy Los Angeles’s new Mayor---Eric Garcetti—vows to bring more jobs and guide the city’s economic recovery. Nineteen firefighters killed in Arizona while battling a deadly fire Nineteen firefighters in Arizona have been killed bat...

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