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  1. Bart
    The Bay Area's regional transit provider has become, in the minds of some, a textbook e...
    California Journal, June 1998, pp. 18-21
  2. Consensus Project
    Groups representing business, labor and government have begun trying to untie the knots...
    California Journal, February 1998, pp. 24-32
  3. Death Row: Ticking time bomb?
    Behind its aging walls, San Quentin Prison keeps watch on nearly 600 Death Row inmates,...
    California Journal, March 2001, pp. 26-31
  4. Disappearing consultants?
    Surprisingly, the political consulting industry has found it difficult to attract new t...
    California Journal, November 2001, pp. 28-37
  5. Electricity crisis drains the Legislature
    With deregulation siphoning off huge amounts of legislative time and money, lawmakers a...
    California Journal, April 2001, pp. 32-35
  6. Generation X weighs in
    The time is ripe for this age group to start voting on a more regular basis, say politi...
    California Journal, December 1999, pp. 16-23
  7. GOP identity crisis
    Its political dominance no longer assured, Orange County's aging Republican Party seeks...
    California Journal, June 2001, pp. 22-26
  8. Groundwater blues
    One of California's largest sources of water lies hidden underground without a central ...
    California Journal, July 2001, pp. 16-21
  9. Guardians of the Guards
    The union which represents prison guards has become an 800-pound gorilla in the world o...
    California Journal, March 1997, pp. 44-47
  10. Harvey Milk
    California Journal, November 1999, p. 34
  11. International consulting
    California's political talent goes abroad.
    California Journal, November 2000, pp. 12-13
  12. Jockeying for'98
    Everybody knows who's running for governor. But what about all those other statewide of...
    California Journal, June 1997, pp. 42-47
  13. Lawmakers tackle electric debacle
    Looming on the legislative horizon, a mountain of bills to deal with California's elect...
    California Journal, January 2001, pp. 10-15
  14. Local Government Finance
    Since the passage of Proposition 13, local governments have struggled to make ends meet...
    California Journal, September 1997, pp. 16-24
  15. Lock'em up
    California's prison system is overcrowded, rife with drugs and subject to violence some...
    California Journal, February 1999, pp. 8-16
  16. Napa cries "No Fair!"
    As a case study in political machinations, the fate of the Napa County fairground proje...
    California Journal, August 2000, pp. 35-38
  17. Political Consultants
    Campaign finance reform has accelerated a trend among political professionals. Many are...
    California Journal, December 1997, pp. 40-47
  18. Political consultants
    The good, bad and the costly of hiring a consultant.
    California Journal, November 2000, pp. 8-11
  19. Senior Clout
    While seniors groups wield great clout in Washington, they have more trouble being hear...
    California Journal, April 1997, pp. 36-39
  20. A stacked deck?
    As tribal gaming expands, California's traditional card clubs struggle to survive.
    California Journal, September 2001, pp. 18-23
  21. Stadium Politics
    Alameda County taxpayers may be on the hook for renovations at the Oakland Coliseum - a...
    California Journal, January 1997, pp. 40-43
  22. Strawberry Fields Forever?
    The relentless march of development is gobbling up agricultural land at a rate that has...
    California Journal, May 1997, pp. 16-28
  23. Water marketing
    As California's population continues its exponential growth, the state's projected wate...
    California Journal, August 1999, pp. 12-17
  24. What do prison guards and Indians have in common?
    A potent political action committee. As California's political odd couple, prison guard...
    California Journal, May 2000, pp. 24-29
  25. Wounded Watchdog
    The commission charged with protecting California's coastline has become a favored venu...
    California Journal, March 1997, pp. 52-55
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