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At 10 p.m., Jane Doe is sexually assaulted in Springville, a small town of 1,100 in Tulare County, forty-five miles west of Visalia, at the edge of Sequoia National Forest. After a night working through shock and trying to process what happened, Jane calls the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office, who dispatch an officer from Porterville. It is 10 a.m. The officer arrives 30 minutes later.
The CalSTRS board was told this month that financial experts are forecasting investment earnings of 7 percent a year or less during the next decade, below the 7.5 percent assumed by the pension fund. If that’s correct, long-sought legislation in June that phases in a $5 billion CalSTRS rate increase over the next seven years could fall short of the goal of projecting full funding in three decades.
Report of Investigation into Discrepancies in Financial Reports Submitted by the California Department of Parks and Recreation
By Thomas M. Patton, Deputy Attorney General
(Ed’s Note: The full report with exhibits, witnesses’ interviews and other documentation is avaialble here.)
California’s Natural Resources Agency issued a statement on July 20, 2012,
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