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CA’s Prison-Guard Union Gives $1.75M To Newsom’s Anti-Recall Committee After Negotiating Bonuses And Raises

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By Jeffrey Cawood

Last month, California’s prison guard union struck a deal with Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration that secured $5,000 pandemic bonuses and raises for correctional officers.

On Tuesday, it made a $1,750,000 donation to Newsom’s anti-recall committee.

The filing was publicized on social media by Rob Pyers, research director for the non-partisan California Target Book and an expert in campaign finance.

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