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Nearly 200,000 California State Employees Mistakenly Over-payed Says Auditor's Report

  ALSO: The California legislature took on a variety of measures Tuesday as it works toward the end of its session.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Today's reporting by Max Pringle and Katie Orr.

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