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  1. Base closures
    California has suffered a massive reduction in the number of military bases housed on h...
    California Journal, January 1994, pp. 19-26
  2. Bilingual education
    California schools are a modern-day Tower of Babel, with as many as 100 languages spoke...
    California Journal, June 1993, pp. 17-18
  3. Business blues
    California's "business climate" has been blamed for driving jobs out of the state, but ...
    California Journal, May 1993, pp. 9-14
  4. CalPERS ventures out
    California's retirees are becoming venture capitalists as the state's massive pension f...
    California Journal, July 2000, pp. 48-51
  5. CEQA
    A compromise law may cushion the impact of California's environmental law on business.
    California Journal, October 1993, pp. 35-38
  6. Controller 1994
    Conservative former GOP Assemblyman Tom McClintock and newcomer Kathleen Connell offer ...
    California Journal, August 1994, pp. 28-34
  7. Controller 1994
    Incumbent controller Gray Davis is running for lieutenant governor, and four Democrats ...
    California Journal, March 1994, pp. 21-24
  8. Defense conversion
    When all you know how to do is make fighter bombers, what do you do when peace breaks out?
    California Journal, January 1994, pp. 27-28
  9. Gangs on the grounds
    The problem of school safety is directly related to the growth of youth gangs in Califo...
    California Journal, June 1993, pp. 27-32
  10. Gene technology
    Genetic testing brings advances in medical treatment, but it also fosters questions abo...
    California Journal, August 1995, pp. 32-37
  11. A great year
    The legislative session completed in September proved a boon for California business.
    California Journal, November 1993, pp. 27-32
  12. Insurance Commissioner
    Hot primaries for both Democrats and Republicans.
    California Journal, May 1994, pp. 13-14
  13. Insurance Commissioner '94
    A pair of mediagenic lawmakers - Democrat Art Torres and Republican Charles Quackenbush...
    California Journal, September 1994, pp. 34-38
  14. Kathleen Brown
    A daughter of California's most celebrated political family, Democratic Treasurer Kathl...
    California Journal, December 1993, pp. 9-18
  15. Local mandates, local planning
    To balance their budget, Governor Pete Wilson and the Legislature raided the counties' ...
    California Journal, August 1993, pp. 13-16
  16. Managed care
    Managed care is the wave of the present and future in the delivery of health services, ...
    California Journal, April 1996, pp. 22-26
  17. The never-ending election
    Resignation and reapportionment have created legislative and congressional vacancies th...
    California Journal, April 1993, pp. 19-26
  18. Rob Hurtt
    With a hefty bankroll and fiery ambition, the rookie senator from Garden Grove is makin...
    California Journal, February 1994, pp. 7-10
  19. Smog checks
    The state and federal governments are squabbling over new methods to test cars.
    California Journal, September 1993, pp. 13-16
  20. Transportation in California
    The automobile sits at the center of California's transporation mosaic and likely will ...
    California Journal, September 1993, pp. 7-12
  21. Ward Valley
    The fate of this Southern California low-grade nuclear waste site could affect how the ...
    California Journal, July 1993, pp. 19-24
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