In case you missed it:
Republican donors are the latest to weigh in on behalf of federal immigration reform.
Check out video of protesters delivering petitions with more than 60,000 signatures to Gov. Jerry Brown's office in an effort to end solitary confinement in prisons.
Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor estimated that the state will spend $232.9 billion in the 2013-14 state budget.
Also on The State Worker:
The Board of Equalization's computer system upgrade is less than halfway complete, the most recent installment in the blog's series on state information technology projects shows.
State-employed seed botanist Robert Price said his most unusual experience on the job involved live poppy seeds.
In tomorrow's Bee:
Laurel Rosenhall reports on a relationship that's raising questions at the Capitol..
Dan Walters says Stockton's plan to pull the city out of bankruptcy might not work as well as city officials say it will.
In a guest opinion, Wayne Clark of the California Mental Health Services Authority says teacher credentialing should include training on assessing students' mental health issues.