Excerpt from page 123 that continues to demonstrate the (lack of) fine leadership on the judicial council and at the AOC
The Administration recognizes that, like the rest of state government, the Judicial
Branch has growing costs related to employee retirement, health care, and other areas.
The Budget recognizes these costs and provides an augmentation of $100 million
General Fund to support trial court operations and $5 million General Fund to support
the state judiciary, but like the rest of state government these costs must be managed.
The Administration has worked with state employee groups to require current employees
to contribute approximately half of the normal retirement costs, pursuant to the Public
Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013. In contrast, the Judicial Branch still has many
court employees who do not contribute towards their retirement costs.
I suppose you all know that it is unlawful for any…
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