The State Worker: Lawyer sues over her furlough losses
State attorney Kelly Vent admits her lawsuit is a long shot, a kitchen-sink argument that says furloughing her for 82 days over the last four years violated everything from the U.S. Constitution to common sense. - The Sacramento Bee
Penn State health coverage switching from carrot to stick
Like most big employers across the country, Pennsylvania State University has spent several million dollars over the last decade on voluntary wellness programs, hoping to cut health costs and improve workers' health. - Philadelphia Inquirer
Kentucky lawmaker accused of sexual harassment by two state workers
Two female aides to House Democratic leaders have filed ethics complaints accusing state Rep. John A. Arnold Jr., D-Sturgis, of sexual harassment, according to state Rep. Tom Riner, D-Louisville. - Lexington Herald-Leader
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