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CSUEU: Chapter 312, Northridge

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  • 08/12 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 08/26 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 09/09 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 09/23 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 10/14 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 10/28 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 11/11 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 11/   -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 12/09 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 12 -- No E-Board Meeting


  • 03/18 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 06/17 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 09/08 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 12/08 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center

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Updated 07/09/2015

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CSUEU and CSU Reach New Collective Bargaining Agreement

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Los Angeles Times Columnist Lambasts Reed's Pension Reform Measure

On August 15, L.A. Times columnist Michael Hiltzik took on the latest pension reform initiative from former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed. In a column ripping apart the proposed ballot measure, he wrote, "Like so many voter initiatives, the 'Voter Empowerment Act of 2016' has a few reasonable-sounding nuggets buried within a landscape of bad ideas."

Hiltzik focused on the fact that the measure would end defined benefit plans for new public employees as of Jan. 1, 2019, unless voters affirmatively continue them. Instead, new employees would enroll in defined contribution plans. In a key passage, he spelled out the winners and losers should the measure win:
  • Who would gain from a shift of public pensions toward defined contribution plans? Wall Street, which could collect those fees from individual worker accounts rather than facing down increasingly cost-conscious pension funds.
  • Who would lose? Government employees. When the Central Valley city of Stockton filed for bankruptcy in 2012, city workers were quickly blamed. The truth was that the average retiree received $24,000 a year and that the workers had sustained waves of furloughs, given up years of cost-of-living increases, and lost virtually all their retiree health benefits during the struggle to keep the city afloat.


View a gallery of 60 photos of the event (click on each thumbnail to the see the entire photo). Learn more about the "Take a Stand!" campaign.


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Last Updated: 09/02/2015
By: Hai-ling Tang

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