Unions hail part of the ruling that said the governor lacks unilateral authority to cut work weeks and pay. The governor says it upholds 'the state's actions to protect taxpayers.'
The California Supreme Court on Monday unanimously upheld unpaid furloughs for more than 200,000 state employees during the last fiscal year but ruled that a governor lacks unilateral authority to reduce work weeks and pay for state workers.
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