With the legislative death of Senate Bill 252 this afternoon in an Assembly committee, POC once again failed to tear apart CSLEA so that Fish and Game wardens and state park police -- but no other sworn CSLEA members -- could form their own bargaining unit. The latest CSLEA Alert has the full story. Also in the Alert, you'll read:
- CSLEA, Administration Reach Agreement on Personal Leave Program
- Attorney General, CSLEA Team Up to Save 101 Special Agent Jobs
- Bill Arming Hospital Police Takes Historic Steps
- CSLEA-Backed Assembly Bill 260 Passes Senate Transportation Committee
- It's Not Too Late to Sign Up for this Saturday's CSLEA BBQ
- Paycheck Deception--Don't Believe Claims Made by the Stop Special Interest Money Now Act
Click here or to your right to start reading the latest CSLEA Alert.
To read the full text of Senate Bill 252, click here, and also to the right, you can read the letters of support referred to in this paragraph in the main story, "In the letters filed in support of SB 252, POC and AFSCME claimed (without factual support) that as long as Unit 7 peace officers continued to be in the same bargaining unit, which included a large percentage of non-sworn employees, they would never get the pay and benefits necessary to recruit and retain wardens."