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  • Covered California gets federal money to improve service, enrollment

    Covered California gets federal money to improve service, enrollment
    California's health exchange said it would use an additional $155 million in federal grant money to address customer service woes and to boost low enrollment among the key market of uninsured Latinos.
  • Employees of Motion Picture & Television Fund ratify contract

    Employees of Motion Picture & Television Fund ratify contract
    The Motion Picture & Television Fund and the union representing its nursing staff have agreed to a new contract, ending a year-long labor dispute at the Woodland Hillls-based retirement community. On Friday, members of SEIU-UHW overwhelmingly voted in...

    UC reaches tentative accord with healthcare workers

    After more than two years of sometimes tense negotiations, the University of California and its healthcare workers and researchers reached a tentative agreement on pension and wage issues. About 15,000 members of the University Professional &...

    California will seek to host Boeing 777X jet program

    California will seek to host Boeing 777X jet program
    California formally joined a nationwide sweepstakes to woo aerospace giant Boeing Co. to build the next-generation 777X airliner in the state. Gov. Jerry Brown's office of Business and Economic Development announced late Tuesday that it planned to...

    L.A. social workers may strike despite progress in labor talks

    L.A. social workers may strike despite progress in labor talks
    Los Angeles County social workers plan to strike Thursday if progress is not made toward lowering their caseloads, according to sources familiar with the ongoing bargaining but who were not authorized to discuss the negotiations publicly. The news comes...