"The watchdog body — which will be modeled in large part after the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission — will replace the Probation Commission. That advisory body reports to the head of the department, has no investigative authority and is limited to overseeing juvenile services."
Here's why SEIU-UHW workers will be rallying at Kaiser South Sacramento this morning
Sacramento Bee's CATHIE ANDERSON: "Going to Kaiser South Sacramento this morning? Expect to see lab technicians, housekeepers, licensed vocational nurses and other members of the SEIU-UHW with signs demanding job security and equal wages from leaders of Kaiser Permanente."
"The 11 a.m. protest, the second at this since February, is one of 33 demonstrations that the union plans at Kaiser facilities up and down the state. Kaiser members will see other local protests May 16 at Kaiser Roseville, May 17 at Kaiser Sacramento on Morse and May 18 at Kaiser’s Sacramento Call Center on Arden Way."
Sacramento is the fastest growing big city in California, topping 500,000 for the first time
Sacramento Bee's ANTHONY SORCI: "Sacramento’s population has topped 500,000 for the first time, and the city grew at the fastest rate among the the 10 largest cities in California, according to new data from the state Department of Finance."
"The department on Tuesday released a report containing preliminary January 2018 and revised January 2017 population data for California cities, counties and the state."
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Trump's longtime doctor describes 'raids' to obtain records
AP's JILL COLVINE/JONATHAN LEMIRE: "The White House said that President Donald Trump's former bodyguard did nothing out of the ordinary when he took possession of the president's medical records last year, despite a claim by Trump's former doctor that the episode felt like a "raid."
"Harold Bornstein, Trump's longtime personal doctor, told NBC News that Keith Schiller, the president's longtime bodyguard and former director of Oval Office operations, showed up at his office in February 2017 along with two other men to collect the records, leaving Bornstein feeling "raped, frightened and sad."
"White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders disputed the doctor's characterization of the episode."