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  1. Bridging the digital divide
    In the land of computerized plenty, California's schools still lag behind.
    California Journal, July 2000, pp. 18-23
  2. The comeback kid
    At 79, March Fong Eu is back, running again for secretary of state. Does she still have...
    California Journal, May 2001, pp. 28-34
  3. The dragon slayer
    Since toppling conservative icon Bob Dornan, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez is still mak...
    California Journal, June 2001, pp. 28-33
  4. The education governor
    As Davis nears the halfway mark in his first term, we grade his performance on his No. ...
    California Journal, August 2000, pp. 10-17
  5. Finding enough teachers
    Recruiting 300,000 new teachers will be challenge enough, but will they serve where nee...
    California Journal, August 2001, pp. 10-19
  6. Gambling on public schools
    Is the state's reform plan for straightening out its low-achieving schools putting too ...
    California Journal, January 2001, pp. 36-40
  7. Hayden's swan song
    Despite nearly 20 years in the Legislature, Tom Hayden -- Vietnam War activist and poli...
    California Journal, January 2001, pp. 30-35
  8. Hilda Solis navigating Congress
    A seasoned Latina politician, Solis is sizing up the congressional landscape before she...
    California Journal, December 2001, pp. 26-31
  9. Is Harry Low swinging high enough?
    California's insurance chief talks about righting his troubled agency and whether he wi...
    California Journal, July 2001, pp. 36-39
  10. It's an epidemic
    Despite California's robust economy, not all is rosy when it comes to health care. The ...
    California Journal, May 2000, pp. 10-17
  11. Latino commerce surges ahead
    California plays host to more than double the national average of Latino-owned business...
    California Journal, January 2000, pp. 32-37
  12. The New Economy comes of age in the Capitol
    As high-tech stumbles in the stock market, the Legislature gears up to help Silicon Val...
    California Journal, February 2001, pp. 8-11
  13. Now you see a Green, now you don't
    If the ship-jumping Audie Bock can be considered typical of alternative political candi...
    California Journal, December 1999, pp. 24-30
  14. Pelosi eyes a political plum
    An astute veteran of D.C. politics, California congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is aggressive...
    California Journal, June 2000, pp. 20-28
  15. Rural health care's diagnosis: critical
    Isolated geographically and economically, California's rural residents are afflicted wi...
    California Journal, April 2001, pp. 10-17
  16. Two Cents
    Mexico's earthquaking election
    California Journal, August 2000, pp. 53-56
  17. Two Cents
    Lady Bird, legend of history
    California Journal, November 2000, p. 21
  18. Two Cents
    No miracles in school test scores
    California Journal, September 2000, p. 17
  19. Two Cents
    Mexicos study in contrasts
    California Journal, May 2001, p. 49
  20. What Now?
    Two mothers approaching the end of welfare for the rest of their lives discuss their ho...
    California Journal, September 2002, pp. 14-18
  21. Where's the health care Rx?
    Everyone's talking about the woes of the uninsured this campaign season, but there's na...
    California Journal, November 2000, pp. 22-26
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