By Kathleen Pender Published 5:00 am PDT, Friday, October 12, 2018 Seniors, like these eating in a backyard at Rossmoor, a senior community in Walnut Creek, would benefit from Proposition 5. Seniors, like these eating in a backyard at Rossmoor, a senior community in Walnut Creek, would benefit from Proposition 5. Photo: Sarahbeth Maney / Special To The Chronicle Nancy and Frank Greaney, both 75, take a walk at Rossmoor. Nancy and Frank Greaney, both 75, take a walk at Rossmoor. Photo: Sarahbeth Maney / Special To The Chronicle Rossmoor is home to people 55 and older. Rossmoor is home to people 55 and older. Photo: Sarahbeth Maney / Special To The Chronicle A man walks at Rossmoor senior community. A man walks at Rossmoor senior community. … [Read more...] about California Prop 5 would help some homeowners but cut property tax revenue
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Behind the scenes, business groups question politics of paid sick leave By Lynn Brezosky August 4, 2018 Updated: August 4, 2018 1:45pm An Obama-era rule requiring businesses with federal contracts to give employees paid sick leave took effect last year. San Antonio businessman Patrick Garcia said he noticed the effect immediately. A lot more workers at Division Laundry & Cleaners, a commercial laundry near Lackland AFB, began calling in sick. Express Newsletters Get the latest news, sports and food features sent directly to your inbox. Sign up Most Popular 1 NFL players PAC targets two Texas congressional races 2 Fecal bacteria found in Guadalupe River after Harvey, study finds 3 As their careers take off, Air Force women try to balance work and family 4 City approves controversial plan to downzone South Side businesses near missions 5 All the cool kids are now playing the ukulele. Yes, really “My senior managers of 37 years and … [Read more...] about Behind the scenes, business groups question politics of paid sick leave
By Margot Roosevelt | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: June 27, 2018 at 10:42 am | UPDATED: June 27, 2018 at 10:42 am Soft spoken and bespectacled, Diana Corral, a 36-year old Orange County social worker, hardly fits the stereotype of union boss. “I love my job because I love helping people,” she said of her work as an eligibility specialist who guides the poor, the disabled and the homeless in applying for food stamps, Medi-Cal heath insurance and cash assistance. But as president of Local 2076 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, with 1,450 members, Corral is one of hundreds of public-sector union leaders on the warpath across California to counter the effect of Wednesday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision, Janus vs. AFSCME. The decision, overturning four decades of legal precedent, outlawed so-called “fair-share” or “agency” fees levied by government unions. The fees, paid by workers who … [Read more...] about Can California’s public employee unions thwart U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus decision?
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Tresa Baldas Detroit Free Press Published 6:34 p.m. UTC Jun 1, 2018 Miguel Cabrera has a delicate balancing act on his hands: He's trying to appease one woman while pleasing another. One is his wife and high school sweetheart; the other an ex-mistress. Caught in the cross-hairs are five innocent children — three from his marriage, two from the affair. For the $30-million-a-year baseball superstar embroiled in a legal fiasco that has so far been about money, a bigger perhaps more important issue remains: Can he be a good father to all five children, and does the law require that? These questions have largely gone ignored in the 10-month-old legal feud in Florida, where a woman named Belkis Rodriguez, 35, is suing Cabrera for $100,000 a month in child support for the two children he fathered with her during a secret, years-long relationship. So far, the case has largely focused on how much the Detroit Tigers slugger should pay to help raise his two … [Read more...] about Miguel Cabrera child support case: Do kids need dad more than money?