California Journal Archives
California Journal • 36 Years, 418 Issues, 5,771 Articles, 18,310pp
August 1991 Issue - 15 Articles
- Up Front, p. 340
- Rostrum, pp. 341-342
- The tobacco lobby, pp. 343-348
When it comes to tobacco's political clout, California isn't exactly Marlboro Country. ...
- Stuck in traffic, pp. 349-352
As gridlock closes down California's freeways, some people think salvation might lie al...
- Toll roads, pp. 353-358
The toll road, to date an eastern phenomenon, may soon be part of the California landsc...
- Edison loses a big one, pp. 359-362
The public Utilities Commission pulled the plug on Southern California Edison's propose...
- Polling, pp. 363-364
With a huge election season just around the corner, pollsters are polishing their cryst...
- Jail money, pp. 365-368
Counties across the state are scrounging for funds as jail populations soar.
- Soapbox, pp. 369-370
- Earthquakes, pp. 371-376
When an earthquake strikes, a stricken community's most valuable friend might be a crea...
- Government lobbyists, pp. 377-379
California spends millions every year to influence -- California.
- Ballot Front, p. 380
- Library lament, pp. 381-383
Many school libraries are hopelessly out of date, but there is little money around to c...
- Washington Perspective, pp. 384-386
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