Prop Zero Links: Monday, Aug. 2

Stuck With Bell's Tab: Other cities and former employees will be paying for Bell's pensions. [LA Times]

Where's Waldorf: The educational philosophy is in Sacramento, and some are questioning whether it's appropriate for public schools. [Sacramento Bee]

Who Benefits From Whitman's Spending: Calbuzz says there are three major beneficiaries (She isn't one of them). [Calbuzz]

What California and Utah Have in Common:
They're the only states actively allowing schools to cut classroom time from the school calendar. [California Watch]

Drawing Political Boundaries: That job is at the center of a fight involving race, power and government transparency. [SF Gate]

Ready to Hire: Some small businesses are looking forward to adding workers in the second half of 2010, according to CareerBuilder. [Sacramento Bee]

Capitol Hill's Most Beautiful People:
Seven of the 50 are from California. [The Hill]


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