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Insight: Calif. Rest and Meal Period / Volunteer Center Follow-Up / News Network: Davis / Doubled-Up

California Rest and Meal Period The California Supreme Court begins a case Tuesday that will decide whether employee breaks can be voluntary or whether they need to be mandatoryJot Condie from the California Restaurant Association joins us to talk about the case.

Volunteer Center Follow-Up Frank Kennedy, the head of the Volunteer Center, joins us for another perspective on Goodwill's proposal to take over (from the Volunteer Center) the administration of the alternative sentencing program in Sacramento County; he's opposed to this because the alternative sentencing program is their main program; he also questions the financial assumptions made by Goodwill.
News Network: Davis Davis Enterprise reporter, Jeff Hudson, talks about the city's water problems and dwindling number of book stores in this week's News Network.  
Doubling-Up Multiple families "doubling-up" in homes to ride out the recession can have drastic effects on a teenager's ability to succeed in his or her education.  University of the Pacific assistant professor, Ronald Hallett, has recently published his findings from researching multiple "doubled-up" families. 
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
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