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February 18, 2009

California state workers layoff process begins

With budget negotiations stalled, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will begin the process of laying off thousands of state workers. Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear said Monday the administration will issue 20,000 notices to employees with the least seniority.

The governor had delayed releasing the notices Friday when it appeared lawmakers would pass a compromise plan to fill the state’s $42 billion shortfall. But a marathon weekend session has so far failed to produce the necessary votes.

Source: San Jose Mercury News

3 Comments »

  1. SO LET’S SEE … In six months we may see the first person laid off.. WOW what an efficient process..
    What a joke California is.. sad to say I live in and pay taxes in this welfare state.
    I believe we will see a Massive tax revolt in the next year.. people are getting sick of this crap.. Hey Arnold You can leave your key to the cigar smoking tent on the desk when you leave.

    Truly disgusting

    Comment by OHBOY — February 18, 2009 @ 10:18 am | Reply

  2. I agreed, it is truly disgusting

    But it was Californian who elected the Terminator.

    Now he is just doing his termination ….

    Comment by ron — February 18, 2009 @ 6:34 pm | Reply

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