Lawmakers will consider changes in pension, workers’ compensation and tax policy, likely setting the stage for the governor’s campaign to raise taxes to close the deficit.
By Michael J. Mishak and Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
August 27, 2012, 3:10 a.m.
SACRAMENTO — Entering the final week of their legislative session, state lawmakers still must grapple with controversial proposals to overhaul California’s overburdened public pension system, revamp its costly workers’ compensation scheme and change the way corporate taxes are assessed.
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