California prison layoff notices begin downsizing process

From the Sac Bee:

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California’s prison agency on Friday began issuing 26,000 layoff warning notices as it begins a massive, slow-motion transfer of some of its work to local governments.

The mailing by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is going to employees with less than 10 years of state service – from case record technicians and cooks to correctional officers and groundskeepers.

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