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    Issues of the 1970s = 10 Years, 118 Issues, 1,875 Articles
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      Issues of 1970 = 12 Issues, 234 Articles
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        Issues of 1971 = 11 Issues, 157 Articles
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          Issues of 1972 = 11 Issues, 149 Articles
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            Issues of 1973 = 12 Issues, 189 Articles
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              Issues of 1974 = 12 Issues, 189 Articles
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                Issues of 1975 = 12 Issues, 198 Articles
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                  Issues of 1976 = 12 Issues, 192 Articles
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                    Issues of 1977 = 12 Issues, 196 Articles
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                      Issues of 1978 = 12 Issues, 182 Articles
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                        Issues of 1979 = 12 Issues, 189 Articles
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                        Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 1,644 Articles
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                          Issues of 1980 = 12 Issues, 173 Articles
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                            Issues of 1981 = 12 Issues, 161 Articles
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                              Issues of 1982 = 12 Issues, 138 Articles
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                                Issues of 1983 = 12 Issues, 201 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1984 = 12 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1985 = 12 Issues, 167 Articles
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                                      January 1985 Issue = 14 Articles
                                      1. Up front, pp. 6-8
                                      2. Capitol Review, p. 9
                                      3. Oregon: high-tech glamour spot by Bob Simmons, pp. 10-12
                                      4. Tom Bradley gears up by John Schwada, pp. 13-15
                                      5. Ronnie and Jerry as managers by Doug Willis, pp. 16-18
                                      6. Retiring with security, dignity and revenge by Art German, pp. 19-20
                                      7. Postmortem on three propositions by Tony Quinn, pp. 21-22
                                      8. The dilemma of prison labor by Steve Wiegand, p. 23
                                      9. Ballot front, pp. 24-26
                                      10. Comparable worth by Terri Jonisch and Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, pp. 27-29
                                      11. Business directory, p. 30
                                      12. Rostrum, p. 31
                                      13. Capitol month, pp. 32-33
                                      14. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 34-36
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                                      February 1985 Issue = 15 Articles
                                      1. Up front, pp. 40-42
                                      2. Capitol Review, p. 43
                                      3. New look in lobbying by John Jervis #2 and Robert Fairbanks, pp. 44-47
                                      4. Tain't Irish politics by Gabriella West, p. 48
                                      5. California Journal interview: Al Alquist, pp. 49-50
                                      6. Ballot front, pp. 51-72
                                      7. California's switched-on congressman by John Johnson, pp. 73-74
                                      8. Abortion 1985 by A.G. Block, pp. 75-76
                                      9. The Duke is Number One by A.G. Block, p. 77
                                      10. Income tax Check-off by Rob Gunnison, pp. 78-79
                                      11. The teflon Senator by Peter Aleshire, pp. 80-82
                                      12. Another reapportionment proposal by Robert Monagan, p. 83
                                      13. Rostrum, p. 84
                                      14. Capitol month, p. 85
                                      15. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 86-88
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                                      March 1985 Issue = 15 Articles
                                      1. Up front, pp. 92-94
                                      2. Capitol Review, p. 95
                                      3. Setting up the Lottery by Steve Wiegand, pp. 96-100
                                      4. An historic battle over the Court by Richard Bergholz, pp. 101-104
                                      5. Day of the teacher by Galal Kernahan, pp. 105-106
                                      6. The Moriarty scandals by Dan Walters, pp. 107-109
                                      7. The Water Resources Control Board by Mary Ellen Leary, pp. 110-112
                                      8. Keeping them locked up by Evan McKenzie and Robert Roos, pp. 113-116
                                      9. The Don Quixote syndrome by A.G. Block, p. 117
                                      10. Roster Update, p. 118
                                      11. The California Coastal Commission by Stephen Green, pp. 119-122
                                      12. Orange County Democrats by Larry Peterson, p. 123
                                      13. Ballot front, p. 124
                                      14. Capitol month, p. 125
                                      15. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 126-128
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                                      April 1985 Issue = 17 Articles
                                      1. Capitol Review, p. 133
                                      2. Up Front, pp. 134-136
                                      3. Depublication by Alan Ashby and Carol Benfell, pp. 137-140
                                      4. The Duke's recipe for success by Larry Liebert, pp. 141-144
                                      5. Education's cheerleader by Dan Walters, pp. 145-166
                                      6. High-tech boycott by mail by Steve Wiegand, pp. 167-170
                                      7. David Stirling by Bruce Scheidt, pp. 171-173
                                      8. Kelly girls for local government by Dan Carson, p. 174
                                      9. Roster Update, p. 175
                                      10. Ballot front, p. 175
                                      11. Locals against defense by Melinda Welsh, p. 176
                                      12. The Senior Legislature by Robert P. Studer, pp. 177-178
                                      13. The "other" mayoral race by Steve Kettmann, p. 179
                                      14. Rostrum, p. 180
                                      15. Capitol month, p. 181
                                      16. Roll Call, pp. 182-183
                                      17. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 184-186
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                                      May 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 190-192
                                      2. Capitol Review, p. 193
                                      3. Heretics by Cheryl Clark, pp. 194-198
                                      4. Senate '86 by James Carroll, pp. 199-200
                                      5. Rostrum, p. 201
                                      6. Political trivia by Martin Smith and Bill Collins, pp. 202-206
                                      7. The likeable caveman by Larry Peterson, pp. 207-210
                                      8. Davy Crockett wins in Santa Barbara by Jerry Rankin, pp. 211-213
                                      9. San Diego's ban by Lionel Van Deerlin, pp. 214-215
                                      10. Predicting state revenues by Robert Gunnison, pp. 216-217
                                      11. Capitol Month, p. 218
                                      12. Roll Call, p. 219
                                      13. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 220-222
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                                      June 1985 Issue = 14 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 226-228
                                      2. Capitol Review, p. 229
                                      3. Prison Construction by Adriana Gianturco, pp. 230-233
                                      4. Women reporters by Rebecca LaVally, pp. 234-236
                                      5. Oh, those political fund raisers by Steve Swatt, pp. 237-240
                                      6. Conway Collis by Steve Lawrence, pp. 241-244
                                      7. Democratic dilemmas by Larry Liebert, pp. 245-251
                                      8. Jim Nielsen by Vic Pollard, pp. 252-254
                                      9. Rostrum, p. 255
                                      10. Voices by Jerry Jeffe, p. 256
                                      11. Capitol Month, p. 257
                                      12. Roll Call, p. 258
                                      13. Ballot Front, p. 259
                                      14. Jim Carroll, pp. 260-262
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                                      July 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 266-268
                                      2. Capitol Review, pp. 269-270
                                      3. Lobbyists for the Lord by Bob Sylva, pp. 271-274
                                      4. Community Colleges by David Savage, pp. 275-278
                                      5. Memoir of a legislative analyst by A. Alan Post, pp. 279-282
                                      6. The petition business by Charles M. Price, pp. 283-286
                                      7. CSAC's Steve Swendiman by Bob Aldrich, pp. 287-288
                                      8. Workfare by Michael Wiseman, pp. 289-291
                                      9. Ballot front, p. 292
                                      10. Capitol month, p. 293
                                      11. Roll Call, pp. 294-295
                                      12. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 296-298
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                                      August 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 302-304
                                      2. Unruh goes Wall Street by Roger Rapoport, pp. 305-308
                                      3. Ballot front, pp. 309-310
                                      4. GOP resurgence by Laura Mecoy, pp. 311-314
                                      5. Mexico's unwanted export by Dan Carson, pp. 315-318
                                      6. A political dropout by Dan Whitehurst, pp. 319-321
                                      7. Hard times by Richard Bergholz, pp. 322-324
                                      8. S.A.F.E.-B.I.D.C.O. by Mary Ellen Leary, pp. 325-327
                                      9. The Selling Of California a cartoon by Steve Greenberg, pp. 328-330
                                      10. Capitol month, p. 331
                                      11. Roll Call, pp. 332-334
                                      12. Rostrum, p. 335
                                      13. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 336-338
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                                      September 1985 Issue = 12 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 342-343
                                      2. Toxic troubles by Stephen Green, pp. 344-348
                                      3. Bradley - Garamendi by William Endicott, pp. 349-352
                                      4. Viva Duke, hola disaster by Virgil Meibert, pp. 353-374
                                      5. Prison monitor by Laura Mecoy, pp. 375-378
                                      6. Rostrum, pp. 379-380
                                      7. Gas tax by Dan Walters, pp. 381-383
                                      8. Ballot front, p. 384
                                      9. Capitol month, pp. 385-386
                                      10. Trespassing teenager by Jonathan Kirsch, pp. 387-388
                                      11. Roll Call, pp. 389-391
                                      12. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 392-394
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                                      October 1985 Issue = 13 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 398-400
                                      2. Regulating pesticides by Rick Rodriguez, pp. 401-405
                                      3. The Odd Couple by Richard Zeiger, pp. 406-410
                                      4. Walter Stiern by Bruce Scheidt, pp. 411-412
                                      5. Stiern's 16th District by Bruce Scheidt, pp. 413-416
                                      6. The race for Number Two by Robert Gunnison, pp. 417-420
                                      7. High-tech politics by Larry Liebert, pp. 421-424
                                      8. Biotech revolution by Daniel Carson, pp. 425-426
                                      9. Ballot front, pp. 427-428
                                      10. Rostrum, pp. 429-430
                                      11. Capitol Month, p. 431
                                      12. Roll Call, pp. 432-435
                                      13. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 436-438
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                                      November 1985 Issue = 14 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 442-444
                                      2. Hollywood by Gary Sandy and A.G. Block, pp. 445-448
                                      3. Iffy, iffy answers by Robert Forsyth, pp. 449-451
                                      4. A commission in disarray by Rebecca LaVally, pp. 452-454
                                      5. John Lewis by Anne Richards, pp. 455-457
                                      6. Wherefore art thou, Jerry Brown? by James Carroll, pp. 458-461
                                      7. International trade by Niels Erch, pp. 462-465
                                      8. Rostrum, pp. 466-468
                                      9. Valley Democrats by Jim Boren, pp. 469-471
                                      10. Legislative Wrap-up by Richard Zeiger, pp. 472-473
                                      11. Capitol Month, pp. 474-475
                                      12. Roll Call, p. 476
                                      13. Ballot front, pp. 477-479
                                      14. Jeff Raimundo, pp. 480-482
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                                      December 1985 Issue = 15 Articles
                                      1. Up Front, pp. 490-492
                                      2. Rose Bird and the Democrats by Larry Liebert, pp. 493-495
                                      3. Bradley-Duke: Round TWO by Richard Bergholz, pp. 496-501
                                      4. Rostrum, p. 502
                                      5. The State Bar under fire by K. Connie Kang, pp. 503-508
                                      6. B-1 Bob Dornan by Larry Peterson, pp. 509-510
                                      7. The Legislature and off-year fund raising, pp. 511-514
                                      8. Sacramento's eastern clone by Dan Meyers, pp. 515-518
                                      9. It sure isn't Kansas by Susan Penner, pp. 519-523
                                      10. A risky switch by John Schwada, pp. 524-526
                                      11. Student loan programs by Curtis Richards, pp. 527-528
                                      12. Wiring the Legislature by Marc Lifsher, p. 529
                                      13. Capitol Month, p. 530
                                      14. Ballot front, p. 531
                                      15. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 532-534
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                                    Issues of 1986 = 12 Issues, 164 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1987 = 12 Issues, 150 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1988 = 12 Issues, 136 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1989 = 12 Issues, 144 Articles
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                                          Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 1,443 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1990 = 12 Issues, 151 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1991 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 137 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1993 = 12 Issues, 140 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 1994 = 12 Issues, 152 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1995 = 12 Issues, 153 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 1996 = 12 Issues, 122 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 1997 = 12 Issues, 131 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 1998 = 12 Issues, 138 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 1999 = 12 Issues, 171 Articles
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                                                              Issues of the 2000s = 6 Years, 60 Issues, 809 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 2000 = 12 Issues, 149 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 2001 = 12 Issues, 153 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 2002 = 12 Issues, 166 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2003 = 12 Issues, 160 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2004 = 11 Issues, 162 Articles
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                                                                          Issues of 2005 = 1 Issue, 19 Articles