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  1. Cities and insurance
    Searching for new revenue, some cities consider homeowner's insurance.
    California Journal, July 1983, pp. 265-267
  2. Confidence in the Corner Office
    Governor Deukmejian's handlers believe he can achieve great popularity and use it effec...
    California Journal, April 1983, p. 145
  3. Deep Pockets
    State Supreme Court decisions in tort law have made state and local governments more vu...
    California Journal, May 1984, pp. 183-184
  4. Delegates
    To attend a national convention, most Democrats must get themselves elected; Republican...
    California Journal, December 1983, pp. 451-452
  5. Double trouble for Democrats
    If reapportionment and campaign-reform initiatives pass this fall, the Democratic Party...
    California Journal, September 1984, pp. 332-334
  6. Leadership '83
    Election post mortem, 1982
    California Journal, December 1982, pp. 437-441
  7. The guru of unclaimed property
    Attorney David Epstein has made a career out of a campaign issue he found for Jerry Brown.
    California Journal, May 1982, pp. 158-168
  8. Headache agenda for '83
    Governor Deukmejian and the Legislature face a surplus of fiscal and political problems.
    California Journal, January 1983, pp. 5-11
  9. The initiative biz
    Whether an initiative wins or loses, there's gold in them thar campaigns for firms like...
    California Journal, December 1984, pp. 468-471
  10. The Legislature's growing staff
    More than two thousand aides are employed by the Assembly and Senate, and their numbers...
    California Journal, June 1983, pp. 214-220
  11. Medi-Cal reforms
    Reductions in the cost of health care will result as competition enters the medical mar...
    California Journal, November 1983, pp. 413-414
  12. Medi-Cal, Seeking a cure for unbearable costs
    Bringing the program under control
    California Journal, February 1975, pp. 40-42
  13. New look in lobbying
    Able to do more than twist lawmakers' arms, lobbying firms offer a selection of methods...
    California Journal, February 1985, pp. 44-47
  14. Rose Bird's campaign
    Facing a tough re-election fight in 1986, Chief Justice Rose Bird starts a PAC - and at...
    California Journal, May 1984, pp. 178-180
  15. The School reform law
    The Hart-Hughes bill becomes law against a backdrop of past school reforms that often f...
    California Journal, October 1983, pp. 390-391
  16. The Strangler
    The conviction of Hillside Strangler Angelo Buono could be a blight on the career of At...
    California Journal, March 1984, pp. 98-99
  17. Stumping for the budget
    The administration conducts a public relations campaign to keep Duke from looking like ...
    California Journal, July 1983, pp. 273-274
  18. That unbalanced budget
    Governor Deukmejian's "deficit-rollover" plan has Democrats complaining like fiscal con...
    California Journal, February 1983, pp. 45-47
  19. Unruh's growing power
    The lending and bonding decisions of state Treasurer Jesse Unruh have produced new infl...
    California Journal, February 1983, pp. 48-52
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