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  1. Boxer in 1998
    Perceived as vulnerable, U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer will be the focus of an intense cam...
    California Journal, August 1996, pp. 38-43
  2. Business organizations
    California's business community has some powerful guardian angels watching over their i...
    California Journal, February 1998, pp. 10-13
  3. California's big-city mayors
    They govern cities whose prowess and problems rival those of many small countries. A lo...
    California Journal, April 2001, pp. 18-20
  4. Disappearing voters
    For the last 50 years, the percentage of Californians shrugging off their civic duty de...
    California Journal, November 2001, p. 38
  5. Drawing the lines around women
    Reapportionment is the last bastion of good-old-boy politics as several assemblywomen f...
    California Journal, December 2001, pp. 32-36
  6. E-taxes: Is California losing out?
    While other states have banded together, Governor Davis has taken a hands-off approach ...
    California Journal, February 2001, pp. 13-21
  7. Electronic filing
    Legislators from both parties supported the notion of filing campaign finance data elec...
    California Journal, February 1997, pp. 20-23
  8. In her own image
    As California's First Lady, Sharon Davis is finding her political and personal niche.
    California Journal, September 2000, pp. 18-23
  9. Labor resurgent
    Labor unions have seen their clout dwindle over the years as California struggled throu...
    California Journal, July 1996, pp. 30-33
  10. Life without a doctor
    A look at five people living with little or no health insurance.
    California Journal, July 2002, pp. 36-37
  11. Making the grade at "Hertzberg U."
    Rookie legislators grab the ropes at Speaker Hertzberg's Assembly "boot camp."
    California Journal, June 2000, pp. 32-37
  12. Mentoring kids
    The search is on for one million volunteers to mentor young people, but can meaningful ...
    California Journal, August 2001, pp. 20-25
  13. The new 'Down-home' Legislature
    Ever wonder whatever happened to the former town mayor and county supervisors? Look no ...
    California Journal, October 1999, pp. 36-39
  14. No mas for bilingual
    After yet another divisive campaign, voters passed Proposition 227, which ends bilingua...
    California Journal, July 1998, p. 24
  15. Oakland
    Long viewed as San Francisco's homely stepsister, Oakland has a reputation as the repos...
    California Journal, June 1998, pp. 29-35
  16. The 'other' Orange
    Circa 1960, it was all about the "new," but returning home reveals a hometown's overloo...
    California Journal, June 2001, pp. 52-56
  17. Putting a bounty on voters
    Dwindling registration has both major parties on the run, chasing down new voters - for...
    California Journal, November 2000, pp. 14-15
  18. Ready, aim, target the voters
    By filling out that simple registration form, voters give savvy strategists more than e...
    California Journal, November 2000, pp. 16-20
  19. Reed Hastings
    Four years ago, high-tech tycoon Reed Hastings made a legislative splash with his chart...
    California Journal, May 2002, pp. 16-20
  20. Rookies of the Year
    According to a regiment of lobbyists and legislative staff, Los Angeles Democrat Sheila...
    California Journal, September 1996, pp. 6-11
  21. San Jose's Ron Gonzales.
    California Journal, April 2001, pp. 25-26
  22. School Bond Shakedown
    Since when did the California Building Industry Association get to decide such school p...
    California Journal, November 1998, pp. 28-35
  23. Voices of the Valley
    Hear the voices of a sampling of key decision-makers as they tell of the complex, often...
    California Journal, June 1999, pp. 44-50
  24. When candidates come calling
    No longer an easy date, organized labor now plays hard-to-get, being choosy when it com...
    California Journal, May 2000, pp. 46-49
  25. Where's he headed?
    The governor's record on labor, transportation, local government and the environment.
    California Journal, August 2000, pp. 22-27
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