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July 1983 Issue - 18 Articles
- Up front, pp. 248-250
- Women and the GOP, p. 251
With more than half of registered voters now women, Republicans try to narrow the gende...
- Ballot front, pp. 252-253
- Deukmejian and the press, p. 254
After Jerry Brown, the governor's press operation seems formal and professional.
- Closing tax loopholes, pp. 255-256
No one thought it would happen, but tax loopholes have become fair game.
- Franchetti of Finance, pp. 257-258
Finance director Michael Franchetti is a man with a $22 billion headache.
- Initiatives vs. candidates, p. 259
A campaign consultant explains why he'd rather work for a ballot initiative.
- California's "Believe It or Not", pp. 260-262
- The trials of David Roberti, pp. 263-264
With Willie Brown as speaker, the Senate pro tem is Number 2, and trying harder.
- Cities and insurance, pp. 265-267
Searching for new revenue, some cities consider homeowner's insurance.
- Delta decay, pp. 268-269
Faced with $3 billion in repairs, the state seeks solutions to the Delta's costly erosion.
- Book review: Dow vs. California, p. 270
AP Bureau Chief Doug Willis finds surprising life in a story about a lost chemical plant.
- Ann Reynolds in Oz, pp. 271-272
CSU's new chancellor proves a cautious administrator despite a meteoric career.
- Stumping for the budget, pp. 273-274
The administration conducts a public relations campaign to keep Duke from looking like ...
- Rostrum, p. 275
- Roll Call, pp. 276-277
- New in print, p. 278
- Letter, pp. 279-280