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  1. Brown and labor
    Although divorce is not likely, this once-happy marriage needs pre-election counseling.
    California Journal, July 1977, pp. 227-228
  2. The Capitol lobby
    Veteran Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters and longtime lobbyist Jay Michael reveal a...
    California Journal, March 2002, pp. 24-28
  3. Closing tax loopholes
    No one thought it would happen, but tax loopholes have become fair game.
    California Journal, July 1983, pp. 255-256
  4. The Cory coup
    After years of sniping, Controller Ken Cory finally picked off Martin Huff, the state's...
    California Journal, November 1979, pp. 377-379
  5. Cranston in '86
    With many Republicans already at his door, Alan Cranston must also worry about a fellow...
    California Journal, December 1984, pp. 495-497
  6. 'Dick and Doc's' political empire
    California Journal, January 1976, pp. 19-22
  7. Campaign '84: three races for the state Senate
    District 1: A nasty little war
    There's real animosity in this race between two incumbents: Independent Ray Johnson and...
    California Journal, September 1984, p. 357
  8. Education's cheerleader
    Energetic, bright and committed, Bill Honig is long on ideals but, some say, short on a...
    California Journal, April 1985, pp. 145-166
  9. 'The enforcer'
    Political hardball is the name of the game that Assemblyman Lou Papan taught Governor B...
    California Journal, September 1979, pp. 313-314
  10. The evaporating consensus
    A "delicate compromise" has come unglued, and Governor Brown's massive water plan appea...
    California Journal, April 1979, pp. 140-142
  11. A freeway porkbarrel?
    Will the new legislative voice in transportation funding merely call for more highway d...
    California Journal, January 1978, pp. 19-20
  12. Gas tax
    Ronald Reagan couldn't avoid it, nor could Jerry Brown. The question is: After the '86 ...
    California Journal, September 1985, pp. 381-383
  13. Growth---What Can Be Done?
    The Social Contract, Spring 1991, pp. 143-144
  14. Hazardous driving ahead
    Suddenly the state's transportation system must contend with a shortage of funds instea...
    California Journal, May 1980, pp. 201-203
  15. Juice bills
    1983 is a vintage year for special interest bills that affect land developers.
    California Journal, August 1983, pp. 309-311
  16. Juice bills, revisited
    Premature publicity helped give developers and special interests less than they hoped f...
    California Journal, November 1983, p. 433
  17. The Legislature and Proposition 24
    Are lawmakers complying with the Gann initiative or merely making cosmetic rule changes...
    California Journal, October 1984, pp. 380-383
  18. The Moriarty scandals
    Continuing developments concerning the fireworks man generate jitters among state and l...
    California Journal, March 1985, pp. 107-109
  19. IV. Policy
    The "New" California
    California History, December 2, 1989, pp. 224-229
  20. New version of the spoils system
    Affirmative action, anti-discrimination backlash and collective bargaining have civil s...
    California Journal, June 1976, pp. 185-187
  21. Political dirty tricks
    Thanks to computer targeting and plentiful campaign funds, it's easier than ever to man...
    California Journal, May 1981, pp. 160-162
  22. Punching holes
    Bills by Assemblyman Richard Robinson helped developers punch a few more holes in the W...
    California Journal, December 1983, pp. 459-461
  23. Reports of war
    There's thin skin on both sides of the relationship between the Deukmejian administrati...
    California Journal, August 1984, pp. 312-314
  24. Riding politics' cyclical wave
    California Journal, January 1990, pp. 23-26
  25. Sacramento's growth industry
    Computer-produced legislative data are turning profits for a new breed of Capitol entre...
    California Journal, June 1982, p. 211
  26. Sierra Club's Tunnel Vision
    The Social Contract, Fall 1999, p. 36
  27. That controversial Capitol
    In reconstructing the Golden Dome, are we buying a bargain or a classic boondoggle?
    California Journal, August 1977, pp. 260-263
  28. That flexible-mortgage fight
    The savings and loan industry will be back next year to seek the controversial bill tha...
    California Journal, October 1980, pp. 387-388
  29. Those feuding Republicans
    As President Reagan's team moves east, California's GOP leaders are scrambling for powe...
    California Journal, February 1981, pp. 40-42
  30. A Time Bomb Ticking Away
    The Social Contract, Summer 1997, p. 295
  31. Troubled unemployment fund
    Unemployment insurance reserves are under dual attack: inflation and a labor-prone appe...
    California Journal, September 1976, pp. 297-298
  32. Unitary tax
    Prime Minister Thatcher is among those trying to shoot down a state taxing method worth...
    California Journal, January 1984, pp. 35-36
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