Sunday, March 4, 2012

Jerry brown public safety

  • Jerry Brown in attendance Estimates indicate it would raise nearly $7 billion in its first year to address concerns in education and public safety.
  • (Redlands Daily Facts)
  • Jerry Brown touted the support of state prosecutors deal with the state realignment law that went into effect in October, transferring some public safety responsibilities from the state to counties.
  • (Riverside Press Enterprise)
  • Jerry Browns November tax initiative leaving $73 million -- even if the tax initiative, the Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012, passes.
  • (Vacaville Reporter)
  • Democratic Governor Jerry Browns bid to convince California voters to raise Californians to Protect Schools, Universities, and Public Safety.
  • (San Diego weekly Reader)
  • Jerry Brown is allowing more convicted murderers to be paroled the law and what the law says is that if an individual has been deemed not a threat to public safety, then the governor must allow the parole decision to stand, said Westrup.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • Jerry Brown's budget proposal is far more than a spending health and human services, public safety and the environment.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Jerry Brown laid out a detailed plan to alter Californias of an employees income assuming 30 years of service and a retirement age of 57 for public safety employees. Other workers would reach full retirement at 67 after serving 35 years.
  • (Bradenton Herald)
  • Jerry Browns measure should get out of the way that is gutting the social services, that is gutting public safety, Kieffer said. We have a huge problem. (Brown) is the most responsible actor in many respects.
  • (Sacramento Bee)
  • For weeks, the conventional wisdom around the Capitol has been that Governor Jerry Browns proposal to create a hybrid could result in a 2.
  • (KQED)

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