• The FPPC wants better disclosure and transparency rules at the prison receiver’s office and the Dept. of corrections. They say there are some untold conflicts of interest which need some more sunlight.
• More CalPERS news: It’s firing a group of real estate investment advisors, perhaps a few years too late. The CalPERS board is also declining to take positions on several bills that would increase benefits, a change from the recent past.
• Oh Noes! The New York Times got the make of Jerry Brown’s famous 70s-mobile wrong in their front page story on Sunday. It’s a 1974 Plymouth Satellite, people!
• The delays of unemployment checks, due likely to EDD’s computer problems, could be causing some delayed recipients to become homeless.