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Oct 21, 2012
CPF Firevision - Prop. 32: It's Not What It Seems

WATCH AND SHARE -- Prop. 32 on the November ballot goes after firefighters and working families, but gives special exemptions to wealthy corporate and individual interests. Firefighters talk about how this will impact their lives and the lives of those whom they serve. 

Oct 20, 2012
The 2012 California Firefighters Memorial Ceremony

Uniformed firefighters, family members and dignitaries from throughout California gathered Saturday in Sacramento to pay tribute to those who gave their lives to protect the lives and property of Californians. 

Oct 13, 2012
In Memoriam: L.A. Co. Firefighter/Paramedic John Cobos

Los Angeles County Firefighters Local 1014 is saddened to report the death of Firefighter/Paramedic John James Cobos.Brother Cobos suffered from job-related cancer and died October 12th.

Sep 27, 2012
Introducing the CPF Mobile App

Your profession in the palm of your hand. The CPF Mobile App helps CPF members keep up with the latest news and critical information affecting their lives, their families and their futures. Download today for iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones.

Sep 18, 2012
SF Chronicle: Prop. 32 is Unbalanced 'Reform'

 In editorializing against Prop. 32, the San Francisco Chronicle says voters should "see through the facade" and vote NO.

Sep 12, 2012
Gov. Signs Measure Rolling Back Future Pensions

Legislation imposing sweeping rollbacks on retirement security for future public workers was signed today by Gov. Jerry Brown. 

Sep 5, 2012
SJ Firefighter Stricken in Blaze Regains Consciousness

A San Jose firefighter who suffered an on-scene heart attack is awake and alert after a week of unconsciousness. Frank Ryan collapsed Aug. 30 while on the scene of a fire at St. Patrick's Cathedral in downtown San Jose.

Sep 1, 2012
Bipartisan Work Comp Reforms OK'ed By Legislature

 Employee benefits will rise, medical restrictions will be modified, red tape will be cut and employer rates will go down under a CPF-backed Workers' Comp reform measure approved by the Legislature.

Aug 31, 2012
Pension Rollbacks Dodge Bargaining, Hurt Middle Class

 As lawmakers prepared to vote Friday on an historic rollback of retirement security, critics say the proposed pension deal usurps collective bargaining and is unbecoming of politicians who claim to support the Middle Class.

Aug 31, 2012
SJ Mercury News: Prop. 32 Would Worsen Campaign Finance Mess

 The San Jose Mercury News joined a growing list of those who are saying NO to Prop. 32 -- the Special Exemptions Act. "A sham," says the Merc, "that would magnify the influence of wealthy interests while shutting out many middle class voters."

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