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     Bibliography 2001
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CALIFORNIA'S ECONOMY AND POPULATION ................................................................................ 1
   CALIFORNIA ECONOMY .............................................................................................................................. 1
   REGIONAL ECONOMY ................................................................................................................................. 2
   POPULATION AND IMMIGRATION ................................................................................................................ 2
   TRIBAL ISSUES ........................................................................................................................................... 4
      Related Web Sites .................................................................................................................................. 4
   LATINO ISSUES ........................................................................................................................................... 5
   INCOME INEQUALITY .................................................................................................................................. 5
AGING AND LONG TERM CARE COMMITTEE ................................................................................ 7
   GENERAL.................................................................................................................................................... 7
   IN-HOME AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES ........................................................................................................ 7
   PHARMACEUTICALS.................................................................................................................................... 7
   LONG TERM CARE ...................................................................................................................................... 8
AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE ..............................................................................................................11
   GENERAL...................................................................................................................................................11
   GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS (AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY) .............................................11
   PESTICIDES ................................................................................................................................................12
      Methyl Bromide ....................................................................................................................................12
      Dursban ...............................................................................................................................................13
   ANIMAL WASTE (RUNOFF, WATER POLLUTION) .........................................................................................13
   SEWAGE SLUDGE (BIOSOLIDS) ON FARMLANDS ........................................................................................14
   MILK PRICING AND REGULATION ..............................................................................................................14
   INVASIVE WEEDS ......................................................................................................................................15
   EXOTIC/DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS.................................................................................................................16
      Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter (transmits Pierce's Disease) .................................................................16
      Other ....................................................................................................................................................17
   CROP-RELATED ISSUES (SELECTED)..........................................................................................................17
   ORGANIC PRODUCE ...................................................................................................................................17
   AGRICULTURAL LAND CONSERVATION/CONVERSION...............................................................................18
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AND BUDGET COMMITTEE...................................................19
   THE CALIFORNIA BUDGET .........................................................................................................................19
   COMPARATIVE STATE BUDGET INFORMATION ..........................................................................................19
   PERFORMANCE BUDGETING AND STRATEGIC PLANNING ..........................................................................20
   PROPOSALS FOR REFORM ..........................................................................................................................20
BANKING AND FINANCE COMMITTEE .............................................................................................21
   BANKING ISSUES (GENERAL) ....................................................................................................................21
   WIRE-TRANSFERS .....................................................................................................................................21
   BANKING PREDATORY LENDING ...............................................................................................................21
   FRAUD AND IDENTITY THEFT ....................................................................................................................22
   PRIVACY ....................................................................................................................................................22
   ATM .........................................................................................................................................................23
   BANKING AND E-COMMERCE ....................................................................................................................23
   MERGERS ..................................................................................................................................................24
   SECURITIES ................................................................................................................................................24
   IMPORTANT SITES ON SECURITIES .............................................................................................................24
   IMPORTANT SITES ON BANKING .................................................................................................................24


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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS COMMITTEE ...................................................................................25
     CONSUMER PROTECTION ...........................................................................................................................25
       On-line Searchable Sources on Consumer Issues ................................................................................25
     SMALL BUSINESS.......................................................................................................................................25
     E-GOVERNMENT........................................................................................................................................25
     WORKFORCE PREPARATION, AND TRAINING .............................................................................................26
       Skills .....................................................................................................................................................26
       Information Technology Skills .............................................................................................................27
       Training ...............................................................................................................................................27
     APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS .....................................................................................................................28
EDUCATION COMMITTEE ....................................................................................................................31
     ACCOUNTABILITY, ASSESSMENT, AND STANDARDS ..................................................................................31
     DEMOGRAPHICS AND CHILD INDICATORS .................................................................................................32
     DISTRICT, SCHOOL, AND CLASS SIZE ........................................................................................................33
     CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION....................................................................................................33
     EDUCATIONAL GAP FOR ETHNIC GROUPS .................................................................................................34
     EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY ....................................................................................................................34
     ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ...............................................................................................................35
     GOVERNANCE............................................................................................................................................35
     MASTER PLAN FOR K-16 ...........................................................................................................................36
     SCHOOL CHOICE: CHARTERS, VOUCHERS, AND ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLING..............................................36
     SCHOOL FACILITIES AND SCHOOL FINANCE ..............................................................................................37
     SCHOOL REFORM.......................................................................................................................................38
     SCHOOL SAFETY/VIOLENCE ......................................................................................................................38
     SCHOOL-TO-CAREER .................................................................................................................................39
     SPECIAL EDUCATION .................................................................................................................................40
     TEACHER RECRUITMENT, RETENTION, PREPARATION, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT .....................40
ELECTIONS, REAPPORTIONMENT & CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS COMMITTEE ..43
     CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT ETHICS ......................................................................................43
     REDISTRICTING, CENSUS AND GIS (GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM) DATA ....................................43
     E-DEMOCRACY .........................................................................................................................................44
     INITIATIVE PROCESS ..................................................................................................................................44
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY AND TOXIC MATERIALS COMMITTEE .......................................47
     GENERAL...................................................................................................................................................47
     AIR POLLUTION .........................................................................................................................................47
       Diesel Emissions ..................................................................................................................................48
       Emissions Trading ...............................................................................................................................48
     WATER POLLUTION ...................................................................................................................................48
       Nonpoint Source Regulation ................................................................................................................49
       Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) ................................................................................................49
     DRINKING WATER .....................................................................................................................................49
     MTBE .......................................................................................................................................................50
     HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ........................................................................................................................50
       Regulation of Toxics ............................................................................................................................50
       Toxic Waste Disposal and Site Cleanup ..............................................................................................51
       Lead .....................................................................................................................................................51
       Brownfields ..........................................................................................................................................51
       Environmental Justice ..........................................................................................................................51
     PESTICIDES ................................................................................................................................................52
       Methyl Bromide ....................................................................................................................................52
       Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 ...................................................................................................53



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GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE ........................................................................55
   GAMING AND HORSE RACING ...................................................................................................................55
      Related Web sites .................................................................................................................................56
   LIQUOR LICENSING....................................................................................................................................56
   OPEN MEETING ACT ..................................................................................................................................56
   VETERANS .................................................................................................................................................56
HEALTH COMMITTEE ...........................................................................................................................59
   ACCESS TO CARE .......................................................................................................................................59
   CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH ............................................................................................................59
   IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ..........................................................................................................................60
      Distance Medicine ...............................................................................................................................61
      Genetics ...............................................................................................................................................61
   LICENSING OF HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ..........................................................................................61
   MANAGED CARE .......................................................................................................................................62
   MENTAL HEALTH ......................................................................................................................................62
   ORAL HEALTH ...........................................................................................................................................63
   PATIENT RIGHTS........................................................................................................................................63
   PHARMACEUTICALS...................................................................................................................................64
   PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ....................................................................................................64
   QUALITY OF CARE .....................................................................................................................................65
   SUBSTANCE ABUSE ...................................................................................................................................65
HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE ...................................................................................................67
   GENERAL...................................................................................................................................................67
      Facts and Figures ................................................................................................................................67
      The Value of Higher Education ...........................................................................................................67
   DISTANCE/ONLINE EDUCATION ................................................................................................................67
   THE MASTER PLAN/STRUCTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION .........................................................................67
   ACCESS .....................................................................................................................................................68
   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENTS ...................................................................................................69
   K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION .................................................................................................................69
   ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES ............................................................................................................70
   ENTRANCE EXAMS ....................................................................................................................................70
   REMEDIATION ...........................................................................................................................................70
   FINANCE ....................................................................................................................................................70
   FACULTY AND STAFF.................................................................................................................................71
   FACILITIES AND GROWTH ..........................................................................................................................71
   INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND PATENT OWNERSHIP ................................................................................71
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE.....................................................73
   MARKETS ..................................................................................................................................................73
   AFFORDABILITY ........................................................................................................................................73
   REDEVELOPMENT ......................................................................................................................................74
   CONSTRUCTION DEFECT LITIGATION ........................................................................................................74
   IMPORTANT WEB SITES FOR HOUSING: .....................................................................................................75
HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE ........................................................................................................77
   CHILD AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ...........................................................................................................77
   CHILD CARE ..............................................................................................................................................77
   CHILD WELFARE SERVICES .......................................................................................................................78
     Child Protection (Child Abuse and Neglect)........................................................................................79
     Foster Care ..........................................................................................................................................79
     Adoption ...............................................................................................................................................80
   ADULT AND SENIOR SERVICES ..................................................................................................................80


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     INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ..............................................................................................................80
     FAMILY STRESS .........................................................................................................................................81
       Substance Abuse...................................................................................................................................81
     FAMILY ECONOMIC SUPPORTS ..................................................................................................................82
       Child Support .......................................................................................................................................82
       Work Incentives....................................................................................................................................83
     WELFARE REFORM ....................................................................................................................................83
       CalWORKs ...........................................................................................................................................83
     COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATED SERVICES .........................................................................................84
INSURANCE COMMITTEE .....................................................................................................................85
     AUTOMOBILE ............................................................................................................................................85
     EARTHQUAKE INSURANCE .........................................................................................................................85
     FLOOD INSURANCE ....................................................................................................................................86
     LONG-TERM CARE ....................................................................................................................................86
     PROPERTY .................................................................................................................................................86
     REGULATION AND ENFORCEMENT .............................................................................................................86
     WORKERS COMPENSATION........................................................................................................................87
     UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ....................................................................................................................88
JOBS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND THE ECONOMY COMMITTEE ...............................89
     ON-LINE SEARCHABLE SOURCES OF CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC DATA .........................................................89
     ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ISSUES ............................................................................................................89
     ON-LINE SOURCES ON REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ISSUES .......................................................90
     REGIONAL ECONOMIC INITIATIVES AND COLLABORATION .......................................................................90
     HIGH TECHNOLOGY...................................................................................................................................91
     E-COMMERCE............................................................................................................................................92
     FOREIGN TRADE POLICY AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY .............................................................................92
     NAFTA AND WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION ...........................................................................................93
     PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY .......................................................................94
     GENETIC ENGINEERING AND GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD ...................................................................95
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE ......................................................................................................................97
     ON-LINE SEARCHABLE CODES AND JUDICIAL OPINIONS ...........................................................................97
     CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTIONAL AND JUDICIAL HISTORY ...........................................................................97
     ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION ........................................................................................................97
     “DEATH WITH DIGNITY”............................................................................................................................98
     DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS .........................................................................................................................98
     DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ................................................................................................................................98
     JURY REFORM ...........................................................................................................................................99
     MENTAL HEALTH COMMITMENT ...............................................................................................................99
     REPRESENTATION OF CHILDREN..............................................................................................................100
     PRIVACY ..................................................................................................................................................100
     TORT REFORM .........................................................................................................................................101
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE ....................................................................................103
     OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ....................................................................................................103
     INCOME (MINIMUM WAGE, LIVABLE WAGE, OVERTIME) .......................................................................103
     FARM LABOR...........................................................................................................................................104
     UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ..................................................................................................................105
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE\ .............................................................................................107
     GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE AND POWERS ................................................................................................107
       Local Agency Formation Commission ...............................................................................................107
       Special Districts .................................................................................................................................107


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   LOCAL GOVERNMENT ISSUES WEB SITES ...............................................................................................107
   LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE ..............................................................................................................108
      Proposition 37....................................................................................................................................109
      Proposition 218..................................................................................................................................109
      Local Government Finance Web Sites ...............................................................................................109
      Fiscalization of Land Use ..................................................................................................................110
   PROPOSALS FOR RESTRUCTURING GOVERNMENT FINANCE AND STRUCTURE .........................................110
      Related Web Sites ...............................................................................................................................111
   INFRASTRUCTURE ....................................................................................................................................111
      Related Web Sites ...............................................................................................................................112
   LAND USE AND SMART GROWTH ............................................................................................................112
      Related Web Sites ...............................................................................................................................113
      Agriculture Land and Open Space Preservation ...............................................................................114
      Regional Collaboration and Governance ..........................................................................................114
NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE .............................................................................................117
   GENERAL.................................................................................................................................................117
   ELECTRICITY ...........................................................................................................................................117
   RELATED INTERNET SITES .......................................................................................................................118
   NATURAL GAS.........................................................................................................................................119
   HYDROPOWER .........................................................................................................................................119
   SOLID WASTE ..........................................................................................................................................120
     Tire Disposal......................................................................................................................................120
     Recycling ............................................................................................................................................120
   AIR POLLUTION .......................................................................................................................................120
     Diesel Emissions ................................................................................................................................121
     Emissions Trading .............................................................................................................................121
   FORESTRY ...............................................................................................................................................122
     General ..............................................................................................................................................122
     Forest Management ...........................................................................................................................122
     Clear Cut............................................................................................................................................123
   COASTAL ISSUES .....................................................................................................................................123
     Regulation of Development ................................................................................................................124
     Coastal Erosion and Hazards ............................................................................................................124
     Marine Protected Areas .....................................................................................................................124
     San Francisco Bay .............................................................................................................................124
     Polluted Runoff ..................................................................................................................................125
   CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) ..........................................................................125
   WETLANDS CONSERVATION ....................................................................................................................125
   MITIGATION & MITIGATION BANKS ........................................................................................................126
   WATERSHED MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................126
   LAND CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT.............................................................................................126
   TAKINGS ..................................................................................................................................................127
   GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISIMS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS) .....................................................127
   MOTORIZED RECREATION .......................................................................................................................128
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT, AND SOCIAL SECURITY COMMITTEE ....................129
   STATE GOVERNMENT WORKFORCE ISSUES .............................................................................................129
   BENEFITS, PENSIONS, AND SOCIAL SECURITY .........................................................................................129
     Benefits...............................................................................................................................................129
     Pensions .............................................................................................................................................129
     Social Security ...................................................................................................................................130
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ...........................................................................................................131
   DNA AND FORENSIC-RELATED RESEARCH .............................................................................................131


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     HATE CRIMES AND SEXUALLY VIOLENT OFFENDERS..............................................................................131
     FIREARMS AND GUN CONTROL ...............................................................................................................131
     DRUG COURT AND DRUG TREATMENT ....................................................................................................132
     JUSTICE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY .....................................................................................................132
     MENTALLY ILL OFFENDERS ....................................................................................................................133
     YOUTH GANGS ........................................................................................................................................133
     CORRECTIONS, PROBATION AND PAROLE ................................................................................................133
     VIOLENCE PREVENTION ..........................................................................................................................134
     SCHOOL VIOLENCE ..................................................................................................................................135
     CRIME PREVENTION AND RACIAL PROFILING IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES ............................................135
     INTERNET CRIME AND IDENTITY THEFT ..................................................................................................135
REVENUE AND TAXATION COMMITTEE .......................................................................................137
     GENERAL.................................................................................................................................................137
     GASOLINE TAX ........................................................................................................................................137
     INTERNET TAXATION...............................................................................................................................138
     PROPOSITION 13 ......................................................................................................................................138
     VEHICLE LICENSE FEE .............................................................................................................................138
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE .....................................................................................................141
     MOBILE SOURCES OF AIR POLLUTION .....................................................................................................141
        Diesel Emissions ................................................................................................................................141
        Emissions Trading .............................................................................................................................142
        Zero- and Low-Emission Vehicles (ZEVs and LEVs) .........................................................................142
        Smog Check II ....................................................................................................................................142
     FINANCING ..............................................................................................................................................142
     MASS TRANSIT AND PASSENGER RAIL ....................................................................................................143
        HOV Lanes .........................................................................................................................................144
        Buses ..................................................................................................................................................144
        Light Rail ...........................................................................................................................................144
        Commuter and Heavy Rail .................................................................................................................144
        High Speed Rail and Maglev .............................................................................................................145
        Ferries ................................................................................................................................................145
     TRAFFIC SAFETY .....................................................................................................................................145
        Child Safety ........................................................................................................................................146
        School Buses ......................................................................................................................................146
        Teens ..................................................................................................................................................146
        Elderly................................................................................................................................................146
        Driving Under the Influence ..............................................................................................................147
        Pedestrian Safety ...............................................................................................................................147
        Trucks ................................................................................................................................................147
        Oversized Loads .................................................................................................................................148
        Cell Phones ........................................................................................................................................148
        Aggressive Driving and Road Rage ...................................................................................................148
        Grade Crossings ................................................................................................................................149
     CONGESTION AND CONGESTION MANAGEMENT......................................................................................149
        Severity of Congestion .......................................................................................................................149
        Policy Solutions .................................................................................................................................149
        Technical Solutions ............................................................................................................................149
     TOLL ROADS, HOT LANES, AND CONGESTION PRICING ..........................................................................150
        Transportation Corridor Agencies .....................................................................................................150
        91 Express Lanes ...............................................................................................................................151
     AIRPORTS ................................................................................................................................................151
        General Aviation ................................................................................................................................151
        Los Angeles International ..................................................................................................................152


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      Ventura County ..................................................................................................................................152
      El Toro ...............................................................................................................................................152
      San Francisco International ..............................................................................................................152
      San Diego/Lindberg Field ..................................................................................................................152
   GOODS MOVEMENT .................................................................................................................................153
      Alameda Corridor Program...............................................................................................................153
      Alameda Corridor Program East ......................................................................................................153
   METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (MTA) .........................................................................154
      MTA Vs Bus Riders’ Union ................................................................................................................154
      Rail Safety ..........................................................................................................................................154
   BICYCLES ................................................................................................................................................155
   NEW TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................................................155
UTILITIES AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE ...................................................................................157
   OVERVIEW...............................................................................................................................................157
   DIGITAL DIVIDE ......................................................................................................................................157
   FOREIGN TRADE POLICY AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY ...........................................................................157
   NAFTA AND WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION .........................................................................................158
   ELECTRICITY ...........................................................................................................................................160
   RELATED INTERNET SITES .......................................................................................................................161
   NATURAL GAS.........................................................................................................................................162
   PETROLEUM ISSUES .................................................................................................................................162
     Related Web sites ...............................................................................................................................163
   HYDROPOWER .........................................................................................................................................163
   PRIVACY ..................................................................................................................................................163
   TELECOMMUNICATIONS ..........................................................................................................................164
   WEB SITES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ..................................................................................................165
WATER, PARKS, AND WILDLIFE COMMITTEE ............................................................................167
   GENERAL.................................................................................................................................................167
   CALFED ...................................................................................................................................................167
   WATER RESOURCES ................................................................................................................................167
      Water Resources Planning .................................................................................................................168
      Water and Land-Use Planning ..........................................................................................................168
      Groundwater ......................................................................................................................................168
      Water Transfers .................................................................................................................................169
      Water Recycling/Reclamation ............................................................................................................169
      Droughts ............................................................................................................................................170
      Colorado River ..................................................................................................................................170
      State Water Project ............................................................................................................................170
      Central Valley Project .......................................................................................................................171
   WATER AGENCIES ...................................................................................................................................171
      Metropolitan Water District and San Diego County Water Authority ...............................................171
      East Bay Municipal Utility District and The American River ............................................................172
      Westlands Water District ...................................................................................................................172
   FLOOD MANAGEMENT.............................................................................................................................172
   LAND CONSERVATION .............................................................................................................................173
   ENDANGERED SPECIES ............................................................................................................................173
      Law ....................................................................................................................................................173
      Status of Species.................................................................................................................................174
      Multiple Species Conservation Plans (NCCPs, HCPs)......................................................................174
   INTRODUCED SPECIES..............................................................................................................................175
      Effects ................................................................................................................................................175
      Policies/Programs..............................................................................................................................175
      Specific Invaders ................................................................................................................................175


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   FERRETS ..................................................................................................................................................177




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1. Items of relatively wide interest, including introductory and overview
   treatments, are marked by a pointer () and grouped at the top of their
   respective sections or subsections.

2. Some entries – usually at the end of the relevant section or
   subsection – list World Wide Web sites related to the topic. These are
   aids for additional and ongoing inquiry and do not necessarily have a
   corresponding printed document in the file.

3. Square brackets around a Web URL mean that the URL was checked
   during the editing process and was found to be correct at that time.
   (For example, [http://www.ca.gov].) Web addresses (URLs)
   sometimes change; documents may have been moved or removed or
   otherwise have become inaccessible on the Web after the preparation
   of this bibliography. Some were not checked during editing.

4. This edition has been slightly reorganized from its original October
   2000 version. As it reflects the work of many contributors, there may
   be some remaining format inconsistencies within the document.

5. A few sections or subsections appear under more than one Committee,
   where the subject is pertinent to multiple jurisdictions.
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    CALIFORNIA'S ECONOMY AND POPULATION
California Economy

      “Performing Miracles.” The Economist, June 7, 2000.

      Blinder, Alan S. The Internet and the New Economy. Policy Brief no 60.
        Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, June 2000.

      Dhawan, Rajeev. “The California Long Term Outlook: Growth Will Occur, But
        we will Have to Work Hard to House it.” In The UCLA Anderson Forecast for
        the Nation and California. September 2000.

      Dhawan, Rajeev. “The Future is Bright, But Don‟t Get Blinded by the Light.” In
        The UCLA Anderson Forecast for the Nation and California. September 2000.

      Levy, Stephen and Robert K. Arnold. “The Outlook for the California
        Economy.” Palo Alto: Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy,
        Summer 2000.

      Mitchell, Daniel J.B. “Productivity in the „New Economy.‟” In The UCLA
        Anderson Forecast for the Nation and California. March 2000.

     Brady, Mick. “Reality Check: The State of E-Commerce.” E-Commerce Times.
         July 11, 2000.

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). “Perspectiveson the Economy and
         Demographics.” The 2000-01 Budget: Perspectives and Issues. (Sacramento,
         California) [2000]: 15-34.

     Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy. California Economic
         Growth. Palo Alto: Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy,
         2000.

     Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy. California County
         Projections. Palo Alto: Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy,
         2000

     Lieser, Tom. “California: Domestic Slowdown Will Be Balanced by an International
         Rebound.” In The UCLA Anderson Forecast for the Nation and California.
         June 2000.

     Monroe, Tapan. California Economic Outlook 2000. San Francisco: Pacific Gas and
        Electric Company, January 2000.

     “The New Economy.” Special Report. Business Week. January 21, 2000, p. 73.



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    Rudebusch, Glenn, D. “How Fast Can the New Economy Grow?" Economic Letter
       (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco), Number 2000-05, February 25, 2000.

Regional Economy

    Bay Area Economic Forum. Bay Area Council. “An Economic Report on the Nine-
        County Bay Area.” Bay Area Economic Pulse 5, no. 2 (Spring 2000).

    Bay Area Economic Forum. Bay Area Council. The Bay Area: Winning in the New
        Global Economy. A Profile of Comparative Economic Performance. September
        1999.

    Collaborative Economics for New Valley Connexions. The Economic Future of the
        San Joaquin Valley. January 2000.

    Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC). 2000-2001
        Economic Forecast and Industry Outlook for the Los Angeles Five-County Area.
        Los Angeles: LAEDC, July 2000.

    Peirce, Neal, and Curtis Johnson. “The Future is Here.” San Diego Magazine.
        October 1999.

    Peirce, Neal, and Curtis Johnson. “The Millennium Project. Tear Down This
        Wall?" San Diego Magazine, October 1999.

    San Diego Association of Governments. San Diego Regional Economic Prosperity
        Strategy. Toward a Shared Economic Vision for the San Diego Region. San
        Diego: July 1998.

    Schniepp, Mark. “The Greater Los Angeles Regional Economies: The Southern
        California Economy is Healthy, but so is the Rest of the State.” In The UCLA
        Anderson Forecast for the Nation and California. December 1999.

    Southern California Association of Governments. The State of the Region 2000. The
        Region at the Dawn of the 21st Century. May, 2000.

    Southern California Association of Governments. New Solutions for a New
        Economic Environment. August, 2000.

Population and Immigration

     California. Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit. “California‟s
       Annual Population Growth Exceeds Half a Million for Third Year in a Row.”
       Press Release, May 3, 2000.

     Healy, Melissa, and Robert Rosenblatt. “California and the West; State Leads as
       Home to Immigrants.” Los Angeles Times, October 5, 2000.



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      Lochhead, Carolyn. “Stage Set for Vote on High-Tech Worker Visas.” The San
        Francisco Chronicle, September 20, 2000.

      McCormick, Erin. “The Great California Exodus of the „90s: Studies Shows 2
        Million More Left Than Arrived from Other States.” The San Francisco
        Examiner, September 18, 2000.

      RAND Institute on Education and Training. New Immigrants, New Needs: The
        California Experience. Policy Brief RB-8015 (1997).
        http://www.rand.org/publications/RB/RB8015/

     Boxall, Bettina, and Ray F. Herndon. “Far from Urban Gateways, Racial Lines Blur
        in Suburbs.” Los Angeles Times, August 15, 2000.

     Clark, William A. V. The California Cauldron: Immigration and the Fortunes of
         Local Communities. New York: The Guilford Press, 1998. Chapters 1 & 3.

     “Debate Over Immigration: Does the U.S. Admit Too Many Newcomers?”
        Congressional Quarterly Researcher 10, no. 25, July 2000.

     Johnson, Hans P. “Movin‟ Out: Domestic Migration to and from California in the
         1990s.” California Counts: Population Trends and Profiles (Public Policy
         Institute of California) 2, no. 1 (August 2000).

     Johnson, Hans P., and others. Taking the Oath: An Analysis of Naturalization in
         California and the United States. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of
         California, 1999.

     Kennedy, David M. “Can We Still Afford To Be a Nation of Immigrants?” The
        Atlantic Monthly, November 1996, 52-68.

     McDonnell, Patrick J. “Immigrants a Net Economic Plus, Study Says.” Los Angeles
        Times, May 18, 1997.

     Nakao, Annie. “Homing In On Japan; Cultural Rituals Help American Japanese
        Hang Onto Their Roots.” The San Francisco Examiner, September 10, 2000.

     Peterson, Peter G. “Will America Grow Up Before It Grows Old?” The Atlantic
         Monthly, May 1996, 55-86.

     Slater, Bryon. “Does America Really Need Even More Foreign Workers?” The San
          Diego Union-Tribune, September 7, 2000.

     United States. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. “Census Bureau
         Releases 1999 State and County Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race and
         Hispanic Origin.” Press Release announcing information available on web site,
         August 30, 2000.
         [http://www.census.gov/population/www/estimates/popest.html]

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    United States. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. The Foreign-Born
        Population in the United States: Population Characteristics, March 1999.
        Issued August 2000.

    United States. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. “Foreign-Born
        Residents as Likely as Native Population to Be College Grads, But Lag at Lower
        Educational Levels, Census Bureau Reports.” Press Release, September 12,
        2000.

    Walters, Dan. The New California: Facing the 21st Century, 2nd ed. Sacramento:
       California Journal Press, 1992.

    Woolfolk, John, and Jessie Mangaliman. “State Turns a Frisky 150; But Problems of
       1850 Remain in Forefront.” The San Diego Union-Tribune, September 10, 2000.

Tribal Issues

     "Elements of the Conflict." Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, University of
       Minnesota. [http://www.fw.umn.edu/indigenous/sovreign.htm]

     National Conference of State Legislatures. Excerpts from Government to
       Government: Understanding State and Tribal Governments. October 2000.
       [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/ESNR/govtogov.htm]

    "American Indian Housing." Policy and Research Report (Urban Institute). Spring
       1996.

    Kaufmann, L. Jeanne. Native American Issues: 1999 State Legislation. Denver:
       National Conference of State Legislatures, March 2000.

    McDaid, Farrah M. "Tribal Teen Pregnancies Raise Red Flag." California Journal,
       May 2000.

    Simmons, William. "Indian Peoples in California." California History 76
       (Summer/Fall 1997), 48.

    Stockes, Brian. "Congress Considers New Process for Tribal Recognition.” Indian
        Country Today Newspaper, May 27, 2000.

    Wilson, Diana Drake. "California Indian Participation in Repatriation. Working
        toward Recognition." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 21, no. 3
        1997

    Related Web Sites

    Bureau of Indian Affairs, [http://www.doi.gov/bureau-indian-affairs.html].

    Indian Law: [http://www.pechanga.net/indian_law.htm].


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     Treaty Rights, Understanding the Conflict (University of Minnesota):
         [http://www.fw.umn.edu/indigenous/].

Latino Issues

      Lopez, Elias, Ph.D.; Ginny Puddefoot, M.P.P.; and Patricia Gandara, Ph.D., A
        Coordinated Approach to Raising the Socio-Economic Status of Latinos in
        California. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
        March 2000.

     Carnevale, Anthony P. Education=Success: Empowering Hispanic Youth and
         Adults. Educational Testing Service, 1999.

     Lopez, Elias, Ph.D.; Enrique Ramirez, Ph.D.; and Refugio Rochin, Ph.D. Latinos
        and Economic Development in California. Sacramento: California Research
        Bureau, California State Library, 1999.

     Rodriguez, Gregory. “The Latino Century: Will Latinos be the Dominant Force of
        California Politics?” California Journal, January 2000.

     Stiles, Jon; Jonathan Cohen; Zachary Elkins; and Fredric Gey. “California Latino
          Demographic Databook.” California Policy Seminar Brief Series, October 1998.
          [http://www.ucop.edu/cprc/demodatabrief.html]

     Takash, Paule Cruz. “Remedying Racial and Ethnic Inequality in California
         Politics.” California Policy Seminar Brief Series, July 1999.
         [http://www.ucop.edu/cprc/Takash.html]

Income Inequality

      Lee, Louise. “The Shine is Off the Golden State: As the Rest of the Nation
        Booms, Some Californians Fall Behind.” Business Week, September 11, 2000,
        44.

      Reed, Deborah. California’s Rising Income Inequality: Causes and Concerns.
        San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 1999. Executive summary.

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). California’s Changing Income
         Distribution. Sacramento: LAO, August 2000.

     Daly, Mary C., and Heather N. Royer. “Cyclical and Demographic Influences on the
         Distribution of Income in California.” FRSB Economic Review 2000 (Federal
         Reserve Bank of San Francisco), 2000.
         [http://www.sf.frb.org/econrsrch/econrev/2000/article1.pdf]

     Daly, Mary. “Have Californians Kept Up in the 1990s?” Economic Letter (Federal
         Reserve Bank of San Francisco), Number 2000-25, August 25, 2000.


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    Reed, Deborah. California’s Rising Income Inequality: Causes and Concerns. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1999. Pages vii-xxv.




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    AGING AND LONG TERM CARE COMMITTEE
General

     RAND. Trends in Functional Limitations: Are Older Americans Living Longer and
        Better? Santa Monica: RAND, 1998. Research Brief.

     Schaffer, Jane. “The Aging Demographic.” Continuing Care, June 1999.

     Scheider, Edward L. “Aging in the Third Millennium.” Science, February 5, 1999.

In-Home and Protective Services

      Bathan, Sigrid. “Taking Care of Our Elderly.” California Journal, March 1999.

     Baron, Sandra, and Adele Welty. “Abuse and Neglect of Older Persons.” In
         Lawrence A. Frolik, ed., Aging and the Law: An Interdisciplinary Reader,
         582-84. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999.

     California. Department of Social Services. Disability and Adult Programs Division.
         Implementing Public Authorities and Nonprofit Consortia to Deliver In-Home
         Supportive Services. Report to the Legislature. Sacramento: the Department,
         July 2000. Executive summary and charts and tables.

     California. Department of Social Services. Research and Development Division.
         Early Impact of Senate Bill 2199: Opening the Door for Adult Protective
         Services Program. Sacramento: the Department, May 2000.

     California. Department of Social Services. Research and Development Division.
         In-Home Supportive Services: Examining Caseload and Costs during State
         Fiscal Year 1996-97 through 1998-99. Sacramento: the Department, February
         2000.

Pharmaceuticals

      Levine, Sharon, and others. “Kaiser Permanente‟s Prescription Drug Benefit.”
        Health Affairs, March/April 2000.

     Associated Press. “Dietary Supplements No Substitute for Proper Diet.” Intelihealth,
         September 5, 2000.

     Hackney, Claire. "Pharmaceutical Assistance for the Elderly." Health Policy
        Tracking Service, National Conference of State Legislatures, September 1,
        2000.

     Herbal Drugs: Medicines or Food Supplements?” Manufacturing Chemist, January
         2000.


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    Isenstein, Howard. “Out of Sight: Skyrocketing Drug Costs Threaten the Bottom
        Line of Medical Groups.” Modern Physician, February 1, 2000.

    Stuart, Bruce, and Christopher Zacker. “Who Bears the Burden of Medicaid Drug
        Copayment Policies.” Health Affairs, March/April 1999.

    The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. "Prescription Drug Trends." July 2000.

    Velazsquez, German, and Pascale Boulet. "Essential Drugs in the New International
        Economic Environment." Bulletin of the World Health Organization, March
        1999.

Long Term Care

    Bishop, Christine E. “Where are the Missing Elders? The Decline in Nursing Home
        Use.” Health Affairs, July/August 1999.

    California. Health and Human Services Agency. Report on Long-Term Care
        Programs and Options for Integration. Sacramento: the Agency, January 1999.

    Cassel, Christine K., and others. “Restructuring Medicare for the Next Century:
        What Will Beneficiaries Really Need?” Health Affairs 18, no. 1
        (January/February 1999).

    Durham, Joan. “Healthy at Every Age; Health Problems and Treatments for Aged
        People.” Saturday Evening Post, July 1, 1999.

    Feder, Judith; Harriet L. Komisar; and Marlene Niefeld. “Long-Term Care in the
        United States: An Overview.” Health Affairs 19, no. 3 (May/June 2000).

    Frolik, Lawrence A. Aging and the Law. An Interdisciplinary Reader. Philadelphia,
         Temple University Press, 1993.

    Fuller, George F. “Falls in the Elderly.” American Family Physician, April 1, 2000.

    Glied, Sherry, and Mark Stabile. “Covering Older Americans: Forecast for the Next
        Decade.” Health Affairs, January/February 1999.

    Grage, Wendy Fox, and Tina Shaw. “The Crisis Ahead in Long Term Care.” State
        Legislatures, April 2000.

    Greenwald, John. “Elder Care: Making the Right Choice.” Time, August 30, 1999.

    Grooters, Jennifer. "Tax Incentives for Buying Long Term Care Insurance." NCSL
        LegisBriefs (National Conference of State Legislatures) 7, no. 37 (October
        1999).




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     Hawes, Catherine, and others. "A National Study of Assisted Living for the Frail
        Elderly. Executive Summary: Results of a National Survey of Facilities." Myers
        Research Institute. April 26, 1999.

     Mintz, Elena, and Jennifer Grooters. "Tax Incentives for Caregivers.", NCSL
        LegisBriefs (National Conference of State Legislatures) 8, no. 24 (April/May
        2000).

     U.S. General Accounting Office. California Nursing Homes. Care Problems Persist
         Despite Federal and State Oversight. GAO/HEHS-980202.




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                     AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE
General

      California Department of Food and Agriculture. "1998 Agricultural Production."
          Press release (November 23, 1999) and selected data on California agriculture.
          [http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/agfacts/1998_production.html]

     California Department of Food and Agriculture. California Agricultural Resource
         Directory 1999. Sacramento: the Department, 1999.

     Lacey, William B. "Commercialization of university research brings benefits, raises
         issues and concerns." California Agriculture, 54, no. 4 (July-August 2000),
         72-79.

     Scheuring, Ann Foley, ed. A Guidebook To California Agriculture. Berkeley:
         University of California Press, 1983.

Genetically Modified Organisms (Agricultural Biotechnology)

     "Biotechnology: growing skepticism about biotechnology." Inter Press Service
         English News Wire, February 18, 2000.

     Bruening, George. "Transgenes are revolutionizing crop production." California
         Agriculture 54, no. 4 (July-August 2000), 36-46.

     Carey, John. "Are Bio-Foods Safe?" Business Week, December 20, 1999.

     Dandekar, Abhaya M., and Neal Gutterson. "Genetic engineering to improve
        quality, productivity and value of crops." California Agriculture 54, no. 4 (July-
        August 2000), 49-56.

     Ferguson, Ellyn. "Farm groups push for end to gene-altered crops." Gannett News
         Service, November 24, 1999.

     Glickman, Dan, Secretary of Agriculture. "New Crops, New Century, New
         Challenges: How Will Scientists, Farmers, and Consumers Learn to Love
         Biotechnology and What Happens if they Don't?" July 13, 1999.
         [http://www.usda.gov/news/releases/1999/07/0285]

     Haslberger, Alexander G. "Monitoring and Labeling for Genetically Modified
         Products." Science, January 21, 2000, 431-2.

     Mann, Charles C. "Biotech Goes Wild." Technology Review, July 1, 1999.

     Murray, James D., and Gary B. Anderson. "Genetic engineering and cloning may
        improve milk, livestock production." California Agriculture 54, no. 4 (July-
        August 2000), 57-65.

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     Nash, J. Madeleine. "Grains Of Hope: Genetically engineered crops could
         revolutionize farming." Time, July 31, 2000.

     Pollack, Andrew. "Labeling Genetically Altered Food is a Thorny Issue." New York
         Times (online edition), September 26, 2000.

     Roosevelt, Margot. "Inside the Protests: Taking It To Main Street." Time, July 31,
        2000.

     United States Department of Agriculture. "Agricultural Biotechnology: Frequently
         Asked Questions." [Washington, D.C.: USDA, 1999.].
         [http://www.aphis.usda.gov/biotechnology/faqs.html]

Pesticides

     Kegley, Susan; Stephan Orme; Lars Neumeister. "Hooked on Poison: Pesticide Use
         in California, 1991-1998." [Pesticide Action Network North America and
         Californians for Pesticide Reform, 2000.]

     Ramirez, Chris. "Pesticide drift leads to settlement." The Bakersfield Californian,
        September 9, 2000 (online).

     Reeves, Margaret, and others. Fields of Poison: California Farmworkers and
         Pesticides. San Francisco: Californians for Pesticide Reform, 1999. [Also listed
         under Farm Labor]

     Zalom, Frank G. "California's Integrated Pest Management Program." University of
         Minnesota (online publication), [1998].
         [http://ipmworld.umn.edu/chapters/zalom.htm]

     For additional information: [http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu] (University of California
         Statewide Integrated Pest Management Project).

     Methyl Bromide

     American Farm Bureau Federation. “Statement of the American Farm Bureau
        Federation to the Forestry, Resource Conservation, and Research Subcommittee,
        House Agriculture Committee Regarding H.R. 2609, the Methyl Bromide Use
        Act of 1998.” Congressional Testimony, June 10, 1998.

     Loop, Carl B., Jr. "Statement of the American Farm Bureau Federation to the
        Department Operations, Oversight, Nutrition, and Forestry Subcommittee,
        House Agriculture Committee, regarding the impact of banning methyl
        bromide." July 13, 2000.

     United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. "Economic
         Implications of the Methyl Bromide Phaseout," Agriculture Information Bulletin
         Number 756. Washington, D.C.: USDA, 2000.


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     Dursban

     Huspeni, Dennis. "Ban won't be death knell for gardens, experts say." Dallas
        Morning News, June 8, 2000, 20A.

     Milloy, Stephen J. "EPA's way of pulling the pesticide plug." Washington Times,
         June 12, 2000, A20.

     Mittelstadt, Michelle, and Kendall Anderson. "Tough rules on Dursban expected:
         Activists laud EPA plan for pesticide." Dallas Morning News, June 8, 2000,
         1A.

Animal Waste (runoff, water pollution)

      Coppock, Ray, and Stephanie Weber, eds. Animal Agriculture Impacts on Water
          Quality in California [report of conference, October 20, 1994]. Davis:
          University of California, 1995.

     Bailey, Eric. "Panel Oks guidelines to clean up runoff." Los Angeles Times,
         December 15, 1999, A3.

     Chon, Richard. "Valley fights plans for giant dairies." Los Angeles Times, January
        3, 2000, A3.

     "EPA joins dairy partnership, awards $443,740 clean water grant money will fund
        state/U.C. anti-pollution training program." Regulatory Intelligence Data,
        September 9, 1999.

     Fulmer, Melinda. "Got milk? Got problems too." Los Angeles Times, August 20,
         2000, C1.

     Ginis, Kerri. "Dairy debate to hit Capitol: Lawmakers plan hearings to get input
         from all sides on new statewide rules." Fresno Bee, September 25, 2000.

     Ginis, Kerri. "Legislators discuss new dairy standards." Fresno Bee, September 13,
         2000.

     "Judge allows wider limits on river pollution." Los Angeles Times, April 6, 2000,
         A16.

     McCabe, Michael. “Nitrates Contaminate Water Supply in California Town.”
        Dallas Morning News, May 31, 1998, 40A.

     Natural Resources Defense Council. America's Animal Factories: How States Fail
         to Prevent Pollution from Livestock Waste. [New York: NRDC and the Clean
         Water Network, 1998.] Executive summary.
         [http://www.nrdc.org/water/pollution/factor/aafinx.asp]



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     U.S. General Accounting Office. Animal Agriculture – Waste Management
         Practices (GAO/RCED-99-205). Washington, D.C.: GAO, 1999. Available
         from [http://www.gao.gov].

Sewage Sludge (Biosolids) on Farmlands

     Kern County Resource Management Agency. Biosolids ordinance information
         package [http://www.co.kern.ca.us/rma/bsurgenc.htm]. Pages 1-20, including
         July 13, 2000 update. (The full 100-page package is also available on request.)

     All Things Considered (NPR). "Analysis: Kern County, California, passes stricter
         guidelines for Los Angeles' practice of dumping sewage sludge in their county."
         Transcript, July 7, 2000.

     Bisogno, Tom. “The Sludging of America: Sewage Waste Spread on Farms and
         Landfills is Causing Chronic Health Problems.” E/The Environmental
         Magazine, May-June ‟96. [http://www.emagazine.com/may-
         june_1996/0597currslud.html]

     Maxwell, Lesli A. "Kings may control waste water; County is considering an
        ordinance to regulate farmers to use treated human sewage as fertilizer." Fresno
        Bee (Valley Edition), January 19, 2000, A1.

     National Institutute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control
         and Prevention, Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human
         Services. " Workers Exposed to Class B Biosolids During and After Field
         Application," HID [Hazard ID] 10. Washington, D.C.: USDHHS, August
         2000. [http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/hid10.html]

     Reed, Chris. "Sewer districts say biosolids are environmentally helpful. Valley
         farmers fear an Alar-type scare and health risks." Orange County Register
         (Morning Edition), July 16, 2000, A01.

     Tuohy, John. "CDC sounds an alarm on the risks of sludge Farmers use tons of
        treated sewage as free fertilizer." USA Today, 07-13-2000, 01D.

Milk Pricing and Regulation

      Erba, Eric M., and others. "The Evolution of Milk Pricing and Government
         Regulation in Dairy Markets," Cornell Program on Dairy Markets and Policy,
         E.B. 95-05, February 1995. [http://www-agecon.ag.ohio-
         state.edu/faculty/cthraen/ae426/pdf/evMPGP.pdf]

     Boynton, Robert D. "Milk Marketing in California," Sixth Edition. Sacramento:
        Dairy Institute of California, 1996.

     California. Department of Food and Agriculture. "Glossary of Dairy Marketing
         Terms." [http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/dairy/appendix.html]


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     California. Department of Food and Agriculture. Selected documents on milk
         pricing and regulation. [http://www.cdfa.ca.gov]

     Cropp, Bob. "A Brief Overview of the California Milk Pricing System," Marketing
         and Policy Briefing Paper, University of Wisconsin, 1998. [http://www-
         agecon.ag.ohio-state.edu/faculty/cthraen/ae426/pdf/CalifSys.pdf]

     Kravets, David. "California's high milk standards put on trial." San Diego Union
         Tribune, September 8, 2000 (online edition).

     Mad About Milk. Selected reports: (1) "Milking Consumers: How California‟s Milk
        Police Protect Dairy Industry Profits" (1998); (2) "How to Reduce Retail Milk
        Prices in California" (table of contents and executive summary; undated); (3)
        "What the Nutrition Experts Say About California Milk (undated); (4)
        "California's Alleged Calcium Advantage: It Disappears Faster Than a Milk
        Mustache" (August 2000). [http://www.madaboutmilk.org]

     Palomares, Robert. "Dairymen discuss price strategies." Capital Press Agriculture
         Weekly, September 11, 2000 (online edition).

     Pyle, Amy. "Committee Oks diluted version of milk bill." Los Angeles Times,
         May 12, 1999, A3.

     Pyle, Amy. "Dairy industry defeats measures to cut milk prices." Los Angeles
         Times, April 21, 1999, A3.

Invasive Weeds

     Akaka, Senator Daniel K. "Noxious Weeds and Plant Pests" (statement before
        Congressional Subcommittee on Forestry, Conservation and Rural
        Revitalization). May 18, 1999.

     California Department of Food and Agriculture. "California's Weed Laws [digest]."
         Posted by CDFA: [http://pi.cdfa.ca.gov/weedinfo/weedlaws.html].

     California Exotic Pest Plant Council (CalEPPC). Exotic Pest Plants of Greatest
         Ecological Concern in California, October, 1999. Posted by CalEPPC, 1999:
         [http://www.caleppc.org/info/plantlist.html].

     DiTomaso, Joseph M., and others. Pampasgrass and Jubatgrass Threaten
        California Coastal Habitats, leaflet #99-1, January 1999. Davis, CA: University
        of California Weed Research and Information Center.
        [http://wric.ucdavis.edu/information/pampasgrass.html]

     Licking, Ellen. "Environment: Ecology: They're Here and They're Taking Over."
         Business Week, May 24, 1999.



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     Liskey, Eric, and Mike Kennedy. "Invasive Pests." Grounds Maintenance, March 1,
         2000.

     Pimentel, David, and others. "Environmental and Economic Costs of Nonindigenous
        Species in the United States." BioScience, vol. 50, no. 1 (January 1, 2000).
        (Article addresses a wide range of animal and plant species, including weeds.)

     Rodriguez, Robert. "Davis OKs $5m in farmers' war on weeds." Fresno Bee,
        September 6, 2000 (online edition).

Exotic/Destructive Insects

     Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter (transmits Pierce's Disease)

     California Department of Food and Agriculture. "Chronology" (through August
         2000). [http://plant.cdfa.ca.gov/gwss/gwchron.htm]

     Campbell, Kate. "Governor signs bill funding sharpshooter fight." Ag Alert: The
        Weekly Newspaper for Calfornia Agriculture, May 24, 2000.
        [http://www.cfbf.com/aa-0524b.htm]

     Campbell, Kate. "Sharpshooter situation gets scrutiny from Farm Bureau." Ag
        Alert: The Weekly Newspaper for Calfornia Agriculture, August 9, 2000.
        [http://www.cfbf.com/aa-0809a.htm]

     Doyle, Michael. "Grape blight puts Valley on defensive." Fresno Bee, May 19,
        2000 (online edition).

     Fikes, Bradley J. "Biotech's Battle to Save California's Wine Crop."
         [http://www.biospace.com/articles/101899.cfm]

     Monterey County Agricultural Commissioner. "Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter."
        Posted at [http://www.co.monterey.ca.us].

     Podger, Pamela J. "Assault on Lethal Vineyard Pest: Industry tussle exposed in
        Sonoma County." San Francisco Chronicle, September 21, 2000 (online
        edition).

     Rodriguez, Robert. "Kern County vines destroyed after signs of Pierce's disease."
        Fresno Bee (online edition), October 3, 2000.

     University of California Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources. "Report
         of the Pierce's Disease Research and Emergency Response Task Force," Table
         of Contents, Executive summary.
         [http://danr.ucop.edu/news/speeches/PDcontents.html]

     For additional information on Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter:
         [http://danr.ucop.edu/news/MediaKit/GWSS.shtml] (University of California


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          Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, online media kit);
          [http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/gwss] (California Department of Pesticide
          Regulation); [http://plant.cdfa.ca.gov/gwss] (California Department of Food and
          Agriculture).

     Other

     National Journal Group, Greenwire. "Invasive species: destructive bug [pink
         hibiscus mealybug] found in Southern California." September 7, 1999.

     National Journal Group, Greenwire. "Invasive species: fire ants infest southern
         California." December 15, 1998.

     Rodriguez, Robert. "Ant Surveillance: State ag team sizes up fire ants in Madera
        County." The Fresno Bee, June 3, 2000.

     Russell, Kiley. "Olive Growers Battle Tiny Pest [olive fruit fly]." AP Online,
         August 23, 2000.

Crop-Related Issues (Selected)

     Russell, Kiley. "Mysterious new fungus attacking California's main lettuce region."
         Fresno Bee, [September 13, 2000?] (online edition).

     Rodriguez, Robert. "Grapes of Wrath: Low prices, overplanting and a bumper crop
        are forcing some Valley producers to tear their vineyards out of the ground."
        Fresno Bee, September 2, 2000 (online edition).

     Rodriguez, Robert. "Record raisin crop produces bitterness: Growers and packers
        spar over strategies for pricing Central Valley raisins." Fresno Bee, October 5,
        2000 (online edition).

Organic Produce

     Barrett, Stephen, M.D. "'Organic' Foods: Will Certification Protect Consumers."
         August 30, 1999 (last updated).
         [http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/organic.html]

     Morning Edition (NPR). "Profile: Success of the California program for certifying
        organically grown foods" (transcript). March 8, 2000.

     Sotero, Ray. "USDA's organics proposal has huge national response." Ag Alert,
         May 6, 1998. [http://www.cfbf.com/archive/aa-0506c.htm]

     United States Department of Agriculture. "Glickman announces new proposal for
         national organic standards." USDA press release, March 7, 2000.




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     "USDA announces tougher organic labeling rules." Minneapolis Star Tribune,
        March 5, 2000, p. 04A.

Agricultural Land Conservation/Conversion

      California Journal. "The Central Valley," entire issue of The California Journal,
         June 1999. Includes: "Era of the Central Valley," "Politics of the Valley,"
         Building a Major University," "Small Farm Network," "Migrant Mother's
         Legacy," "Voices of the Valley" (various authors).

      Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program. "California Farmland Conversion
         Report 1996-98. [Sacramento]: California Department of Conservation, June
         2000. Table of contents and executive summary. Full document available at
         [http://www.consrv.ca.gov/dlrp/FMMP/fmmp_98rpt.htm].

      Moss, Stephen. Smart Growth Versus Sprawl in California: How State and
         Local Public Policies Perpetuate Inefficient Development in The World's Most
         Productive Agricultural Valleys. Washington, D.C.: American Farmland Trust,
         1999.

     King, Peter. "Sprawl Spills into Central Valley." Los Angeles Times, May 13, 2000,
         A1+.

     Sanders, Steve. "Growth Management and Farmland: The State Policy Context." In
         Albert G. Medvitz, Alvin D. Sokolow, and Cathy Lemp [eds.] California
         Farmland and Urban Pressures: Statewide and Regional Perspectives. Davis,
         Calif.: Agricultural Issues Center, Division of Agriculture and Natural
         Resources, University of California, 1999.

     Report of the Agricultural Task Force for Resource Conservation and Economic
         Growth in the Central Valley. [Sacramento: Distributed by California Farm
         Bureau Federation and Agricultural Council of California: 1998.]
         [http://www.cfbf.com/agtask.htm]

     Sokolow, Alvin D. "Farmland Policy in California's Central Valley: State, County
        and City Roles." Berkeley: California Policy Seminar, October 1997. (CPS
        Brief 9, no. 4.).

     Wilkinson, Todd. "Homes on the Range." Nature Conservancy, July/August 2000,
         20-26.

     Also see "Land Use and Smart Growth" under LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE.




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   APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AND BUDGET
               COMMITTEE
The California Budget

     Assembly Budget Committee.
         http://www.assembly.ca.gov/acs/newcomframeset.asp?committee=4

     Department of Finance. http://www.dof.ca.gov

     Legislative Analyst's Office. http://www.lao.ca.gov

     Senate Budget Committee.
         http://www.sen.ca.gov/ftp/sen/committee/STANDING/BFR/_home1/PROFILE.
         HTM

      Assembly Budget Committee. The Annual Budget Process. and The Legislative
        Budget Cycle. Appendices A and B. Sacramento: January 2000.

     California Assembly. The California State Budget Process. Sacramento, 1998.

     Legislative Analyst's Office. A Primer on State Bonds. Sacramento: January 1998.

     Legislative Analyst's Office. California Spending Plan 2000-01: The Budget Act and
         Related Legislation. Sacramento: September 2000.

     Legislative Analyst's Office. The State Appropriations Limit. Sacramento: April
         2000.

Comparative State Budget Information

      Boyd, Donald J. State Fiscal Issues and Risks at the Start of a New Century. New
        York: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, June 2000.

     Bonnett, Tom. Is the New Global Economy Leaving State–Local Tax Structures
        Behind? Denver: National Conference on State Legislatures, March 1999.

     Davis, Elizabeth I. States Predict Slowing But Still Strong Growth for 2000. State
         Fiscal Brief. New York: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government,
         June 2000.

     Fiscal Planning Services Inc. “Introduction,” “Summary,” and “California.”
         Dedicated State Tax Revenues; A Fifty-State Report. Bethesda, Maryland: June
         2000: 1-35, 45-46.




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     Merriam, David. “Table 1: Eight Key Annual Publications on State Fiscal and Tax
        Policy.” Sources of Data about State Government Revenues and Expenditures.
        Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, July 2000.

     Merriam, David. What Accounts for the Growth of State Government Budgets in the
        1990s? Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, July 2000.

     "Supermajority Vote Requirements to Pass the Budget." NCSL LegisBrief (National
         Conference of State Legislatures) 6, no. 48 (November/December 1998).

Performance Budgeting and Strategic Planning

      Friedman, Mark. A Guide to Developing and Using Performance Measures in
         Results-Based Budgeting. Washington, D.C.: The Finance Project, 1997.

     Brizius, Jack and The Design Team. Deciding for Investment. Alliance for
         Redesigning Government, National Academy of Public Administration, 1994.

     Chan, Amy, and Dan Rich. “Sunnyvale‟s Outcome Management: Taking
        Performance Budgeting One Step Further.” Government Finance Review,
        December 1996: 1317.

     Forsythe, Dall. Performance Management Comes to Washington: A Status Report on
         the Government Performance and Results Act. New York: The Nelson A.
         Rockefeller Institute of Government, 2000.

     Kissler, Gerald R, and others. “State Strategic Planning: Suggestions from the
         Oregon Experience.” Public Administration Review 58, no. 4 (July/August
         1998): 353-359.

     Melaville, Atelia. Turning the Curve: Implementing Results-Based Budgeting.
        Washington, D.C.: The Finance Project, 1997.

Proposals for Reform

      Senate Advisory Commission on Cost Control in State Government. California’s
        Budget Process: Improving Quality, Cost-Efficiency, Effectiveness and
        Accountability in State Government. Sacramento: 1999.

     California Budget Commission. A 21st Century Budget Process for California.
         Sacramento: the Commission, 1998.

     California Constitution Revision Commission. “Improving the State Budget and
         Fiscal Process.” Final Report and Recommendations to the Governor and
         Legislature. Sacramento: the Commission, 1996: 33-44.




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           BANKING AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

Banking Issues (General)

      Boehne, Edward G. “Financial Modernization: Vastly Different or
        Fundamentally the Same?" Business Review (Federal Reserve Bank of
        Philadelphia), July-August 2000.

      Laderman, Elizabeth. “Small California Banks Holding On.” Economic Letter
        (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco), Number 2000-14 (May 5, 2000).

     Reosti, John. “Cover Story: As Margins Tighten, Banks Scramble for Income.”
        The American Banker, June 6, 2000.

Wire-Transfers

     “Companies Agree to Settle Lawsuit Over Currency Exchange Rates.” Associated
        Press State and Local Wire, May 13, 1999.

     Romney, Lee. “Credit Unions Link Up in Effort to Cut High Cost of Money
        Transfers.” Los Angeles Times, April 6, 1999.

     Romney, Lee. “Firms Expected to Sweeten Deal in Cash-Wiring Suit.” Los Angeles
        Times, November 13, 1999.

     Romney, Lee. “New California Suit Takes Aim at Big Three Wire-Transfer Firms.
        Los Angeles Times, December 23, 1999.

Banking Predatory Lending

     Bee, Loretta Kalb. “Warnings on Predatory Lending Everybody is Called
         Vulnerable to Practice.” Sacramento Bee, September 17, 2000, D1.

     California Reinvestment Committee. “Predatory Mortgage Lending.
         [http://www.calreinvest.org/campaigns/predatory.html]

     Doheny, Kathleen. “Sub-Prime Loan a Mixed Blessing for Folks in Need.” Los
        Angeles Times, July 19, 2000, G1.

     “Easy Money.” Business Week, April 24, 2000, 107.

     Maher, John H., and Heather A. Allen. “Subprime Lending Draws Fire From
        Regulators.” Commercial Lending Review 15, no. 13 (Summer 2000), 68.

     PIRGs and Consumer Federation of America. "Show me the Money! A Survey of
        Payday Lenders and Review of Payday Lender Lobbying in State Legislatures."

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          U.S. PIRG/CFA, February 2000.
          [http://www.pirg.org/reports/consumer/payday/index.html]

     Wiles, Marti, and Daniel Immergluck. “Unregulated Payday Lending Pulls
         Vulnerable Consumers Into Spiraling Debt.” Reinvestment Alert (Woodstock
         Institute), no. 14 (March 2000).

Fraud and Identity Theft

     Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. “Report to the Congress
         Concerning the Availability of Consumer Identifying Information and Financial
         Fraud.” Submitted to the Congress pursuant to section 2422 of the Economic
         Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act of 1996. March 1997.

     California Bankers Association. Fingerprint Program Survey. April 6, 1998.
         [http://WWW.CALBANKERS.COM/legal/printsurvey.html]

     “Fingerprinting Becomes a Key Weapon in the Bank Battle Against Check Fraud.”
         Business and Industry 2, no. 1 (March 2000), 6.

     Murphy, Patricia A. “Check Fraud Gets The Finger: There‟s a Revival of Interest in
        Thumb-and Finger-Printing to Deter Con Artists.” Bank Technology News 14,
        no. 5 (May 2000), p. 53.

     National Fraud Center, Inc. “Identity Theft: Authentication as a Solution.” 2000.
         [http://www.nationalfraud.com/IDENTITY%20theft%203.13.htm]

     Roberds, William. “The Impact of Fraud on New Methods of Retail Payment.”
        Economic Review (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) 83, no. 1 (Jan-Feb 1998),
        42.

     “The Measure of Man.” The Economist (U.S. Edition), September 9, 2000.

Privacy

      “Identity Crisis in the Information Age.” State Legislatures, March 1999.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/pubs/399ID.HTM#ID]

      Thaemert, Rita. “Identity Theft.” NCSL LegisBriefs (National Conference of
        State Legislatures) 7, no. 8 (February 1999).
        [http://www.ncsl.org/legis/LBRIEFS/legis78.htm (requires password to access)]

      “The Politics of Privacy Protection.” Informationweek, July 17, 2000, 40-48.

     Caudill, Eve M., and Patrik E. Murphy. “Consumer Online Privacy: Legal and
        Ethical Issues.” Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 19, no. 1 (Spring
        2000), 7.



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     Lease, Mathew L., and Tod W. Burke. “Identity Theft.‖ The FBI Law Enforcement
         Bulletin 69 no. 8 (August 2000), 8.

     Peterson, Molly M. “E-Commerce: Growing Concern in Cyberspace.” National
         Journal 32, no. 35 (September 2, 2000).

     Roha, Ronaleen, R. “Prying Eyes.” Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, August
        2000, 118.

ATM

     Anders, Kelly, and Justin Howery. “ATM Fees‖ NCSL LegisBriefs (National
        Conference of State Legislatures) 8, no. 34 (Aug-Sep 2000).

     California Bankers Association. "ATM Crime Survey Report.” 1995.
         [http://www.CALBANKERS.COM/legal/atmsurv.html]

     “Federal Judge Strikes Down California ATM Fee Ban.” EFT Report 23, no. 14
         (July 12, 2000).

     Gosnell, David W. “Knocking Down Surcharge Bans.” Financial Service Online,
        June 1999.

     Greenwald, John. “The War on ATM Fees: A Brawl Breaks Out Over Surcharges
         That Banks Levy on Consumers for Withdrawing Their Own Cash.” Time,
         November 29, 1999, 54.

Banking and E-Commerce

      “Faceless Finance – the Unkindest Cut.” Consumer Policy Review (Association
        for Consumers Research), May-June 2000.

      Wenninger, John. “The Emerging Role of Banks in E-Commerce.‖ Current
        Issues in Economics and Finance (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) 6, no. 3
        (March 2000).

     California Bankers Association. “1999 State of the Industry.” Executive summary.

     “Internet Banking: Still not a Perfect Marriage.” Informationweek, April 17, 2000.

     Koller, Lynn. “In Trouble: Formerly All-Click Banks are Laying Down Brickwork.”
         Bank Technology News, September, 2000.

     Sandler, Neal. “Computer Security: Breaking Into the Bank.” Institutional Investor
         (International Edition), September 1, 1999.




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Mergers

      De Young, Robert. “Mergers and the Changing Landscape of Commercial
        Banking (part I).” Chicago Federal Letter (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago),
        September 1999.

      De Young, Robert. “Mergers and the Changing Landscape of Commercial
        Banking (part II).” Chicago Federal Letter (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago),.
        February, 2000.

     Furlong, Fred. “New View of Bank Consolidation.” Economic Letter (Federal
         Reserve Bank of San Francisco), Number 98-23, (July 24, 1998).

     Kwan, Simon, H., and James A. Wilcox. “ A New View on Cost Savings in Bank
        Mergers.” Economic Letter (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco), Number
        99-25 (August 20, 1999).

     Zuckerman, Sam. “Next Cash 60 Miles.” The San Francisco Chronicle, August 17,
         2000, C1.

Securities

      Moller, Rosa. Securities Regulations and Their Effects on Small Businesses.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, April 2000.

Important Sites on Securities

     North American Securities Administrators Association, [http://www.nasaa.org]

     U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, [http://www.sec.gov]

Important sites on Banking

     Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board, [http://www.bog.frb.fed.us/]

     Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, [http://www.frbsf.org/]

     The Twelve Federal Reserve Districts, [http://www.bog.frb.fed.us/otherfrb.htm]




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      BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS COMMITTEE
Consumer Protection

      California. Little Hoover Commission. Consumer Protection: A Quality of Life
        Investment. Sacramento: the Commission, June 1998.

     DeCos, Patricia, and Costolino Hogan. A History of the Cemetery Industry in the
        Los Angeles Region: Serving the African American Community. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, November 22, 1995.

     On-line Searchable Sources on Consumer Issues

      For information on the various boards of the State Department of Consumer
        Affairs, see: http://www.dca.ca.gov/r_r/r_rdca.htm.

     California Consumer Protection Foundation: [http://www.consumernet.org/ccpf]

     CALPIRG‟s Consumer Protection Program: [http://www.pirg.org/calpirg/consumer]

     Center for the Study of Responsive Law: [http://www.csrl.org]

     Consumer and Consumer Protection Links: [http://consumer.thelinks.com]

     Consumer Project on Technology: [http://www.cptech.org]

     ConsumerNet: [http://www.consumernet.org]

     Los Angeles District Attorney, Consumer Protection Division:
         [http://da.co.la.ca.us/cpd]

     U.S. Federal Trade Commission Consumer Protection site:
         [http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/consumer.htm]

Small Business

      California. Trade and Commerce Agency. California Small Business, September
        2000.

      Koehler, Gus, and Rosa Moller. Business Capital Needs in California:
       Designing a Program. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State
       Library, April 1998.

E-Government

      Matthews, Sally; James Mackison; and William Brantley. Integrated Service
        Delivery: Governments Using Technology to Serve the Citizen.
        Intergovernmental Advisory Board of the Federation of Government


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         Information Processing Councils, Office of Governmentwide Policy, U. S.
         General Services Administration, August 1999.
         [http://policyworks.gov/intergov/isdtitp.html]

      West, Darrell M. Assessing E-Government: The Internet, Democracy, and
        Service Delivery by State and Federal Governments. Brown University,
        September, 2000.

     Atkinson, Robert D., and Jacob Ulevich. “Digital Government: The Next Step to
         Reengineering the Federal Government.” Progressive Policy Institute
         Technology, March 2000.

     California. Governor. Executive Order D-17-00 [E-Government]. Sacramento:
         Governor‟s Office, September 8, 2000.

     IBM. E-government: High Performance Government for the 21st Century.
        Presentation packet, 1999.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear and Bugarin, Alicia. Building a Skilled State Information
     and Technology Workforce. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California
     State Library, June 1999.

     Von Hoffman, Constantine. The Making of E-Government. Government in the 21st
        Century.

     Williamson, Mickey. “Rethinking the Way Government Works.‖ CIO Magazine,
         July 1, 1996. [http://www.cio.com/archive/rc_gv_round_content.html]

Workforce Preparation, and Training

     Skills

      U. S. Department of Commerce. 21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs, A
        Report of the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Education,
        U.S. Department of Labor, National Institute of Literacy, and the Small
        Business Administration, January 1999.

     The Evolving Demand for Skills, Remarks by Chairman Alan Greenspan, At the U.S.
         Department of Labor National Skills Summit. Washington, D.C., April 11,
         2000. [http://www.federalreserve.gov/boarddocs/speeches/2000/20000411.htm]

     Kleiman, Neil Scott, and Adrea Coller McAuliff and Liza Featherstone. The Skills
         Crisis: Building a Jobs System That Works, Center for an Urban Future.
         August 2000. [http://www.nycfuture.org/econdev/skills.htm]

     Lopez, Elias, Ph.D.; Enrique Ramirez, Ph.D.; and Refugio Rochin, Ph.D. Latinos
        and Economic Development in California. Sacramento: California Research
        Bureau, California State Library. June, 1999.


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     21st Century Workforce Commission. A Nation of Opportunity: Building America's
          21st Century Workforce. Washington, D. C.: the Commission, June 2000.
          [http://www.workforce21.org/finalreport.htm]

     Information Technology Skills

      Bridging the Gap: Information Technology Skills for a New Millennium, ,
        Information Technology Association of America, undated. Executive summary.
        [http://www.itaa.org/workforce/studies/hw00execsumm.htm]

     Button, Kenneth; Kenneth Cox; Roger Stough; and Samantha Taylor. The Long
         Term Educational Needs of a High-Technology Society. Mason Enterprise
         Center and The School of Public Policy, George Mason University, undated.
         [http://www.workforce21.org/research_synthesis.htm]

     Clarke, Theresa, and Dixon Karen. Education Technology: Changing the Way
         America Learns, National Governor‟s Association Center for Best Practices,
         August, 1999. [http://www.nga.org/Pubs/IssueBriefs/1999/990719EdTech.asp]

     Koch, Kathy. "High-Tech Labor Shortage: Should More Foreign Workers be
        Admitted?" CQ Researcher 8, no. 16 (April 24, 1998), 361-384.

     Lerman, Robert I. “Emerging Trends in the Information Technology Job Market:
         How Should the Public and Private Sectors Respond?‖ Testimony Before the
         Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Committee on Education and the
         Workforce, United States House of Representatives, Urban Institute, April 23,
         1998. [http://www.urban.org/TESTIMON/lerman4-23-98.html]

     Training

      Barnow, Burt S., and Christopher King, editors. Improving the Odds: Increasing
        the Effectiveness of Publicly Funded Training. Washington, D.C.: The Urban
        Institute, 1999. See the following articles:
        "Publicly Funded Training in a Changing Labor Market."
        "The Economic, Demographic, and Social Context of Future Employment and
        Training Programs."
        "Training Success Stories for Adults and Out-of-School Youth: A Tale of Two
        States."
        "Employment and Training Programs for Out-of-School Youth: Past Effects
        and Lessons for the Future."
        "Customized Training for Employers: Training People for Jobs That Exist and
        Employers Who Want to Hire Them."
        "Training Programs for Dislocated Workers."
        "Methodologies for Determining the Effectiveness of Training Programs."
        "Reflections on Training Policies and Programs."
        "Strategies for Improving the Odds."



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     Benner, Chris; Bob Brownstein; and Amy Dean. Walking the Lifelong Tightrope:
        Negotiating Work in the New Economy, Working Partnerships USA, and
        Economic Policy Institute, 1999.

     Bugarin, Alicia. California’s Job Training Programs: Financial and Outcome Data.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, May 1996.

     Center for Workforce Development. The Teaching Firm: Where Productive Work
         and Learning Converge.. Newton, MA: the Center, January 1998.

     Easton, Delaine; Lon Hatamiya; Grantland Johnston; and Thomas Nussbaum,
         “California Workforce Development: A Policy Framework for Economic
         Growth.” [Sacramento: California Health and Welfare Agency], 2000.
         [http://www.regcolab.cahwnet.gov]

     Erickson, Christopher L, and Sanford M. Jacoby, with Richard Copeland, Peter
         Goldschmidt, and Jonathan Troper. Training and Work-Organization Practices
         of Private Employees in California. California Policy Seminar, September
         1998.

     Schmidt, Tracy. “State Legislatures Drive Workforce Development Reform,” NCSL
        LegisBriefs (National Conference of State Legislatures) 8, Number 11
        (February 2000).

Apprenticeship Programs

      Rosenbaum, James E., et. al. Youth Apprenticeship in America: Guidelines for
        Building an Effective System. American Youth Policy Forum. Reprinted 1994.
        See the following specific articles:
        "Apprenticeship Learning: Principles for Connecting Schools and Work Places."
        "School-Based Work Experience."
        "Learning at Work."
        "Apprenticeship as a Paradigm for Learning."
        "Guidelines for Effective School-Employer Linkages for Apprenticeship."
        "Certification of Work Competencies."
        "Conclusions and Implications for Policy and Practice."

      Senate Office of Research. Apprenticeships in an Era of Welfare to Work: On-
        the-Job Career Training. Sacramento: Senate Office of Research, January
        1998.

     California Apprenticeship Coordinators Association. Apprenticeships, Pathways to
         Success: A Guide to California Apprenticeship Trade Programs. California
         Apprenticeship Coordinators Association and The Bay Area Apprenticeship
         Coordinators Association, 1998.

     Lehtonen, Gretchen. “Program Flushes Out Prospective Plumbers.” The Sacramento
         Bee, April 16, 2000, H1 .


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     Smith, Kathie. “Childbirth, Car Crashes, Stabbings: 911 dispatch not for the Faint of
         Heart.” The Sacramento Bee, April 16, 2000, H1-2.




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                        EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Accountability, Assessment, and Standards

      California. Department of Education. Overview: Public Schools Accountability
        Act of 1999. Sacramento: the Department, 1999.

     Abelmann, Charles, and Elmore, Richard. When Accountability Knocks, Will
         Anyone Answer? Philadelphia: Consortia for Policy Research in Education,
         1999.

     California. State Board of Education. English-Language Arts Content Standards for
         California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Sacramento:
         the State Board, adopted on December 11, 1997.

     California. State Board of Education. History-Social Science Content Standards for
         California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Sacramento:
         the State Board, adopted on October 9, 1998.

     California. State Board of Education. Mathematics Content Standards for
         California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Sacramento:
         the State Board, adopted on December 11, 1997.

     California. State Board of Education. Science Content Standards for California
         Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Sacramento: the State
         Board, adopted on October 9, 1998.

     [Note: above Board of Education documents are available via
         [http://goldmine.cde.ca.gov/board/]

     California. State Board of Education. English Language Development Standards.
         Sacramento: the State Board, adopted in July 1999.

     Curran, Bridget. Focusing on Results: Toward an Education Accountability System.
         Washington, D.C.: National Governor‟s Association, 1999.

     EdSource. EdFact: "One Year Later: California‟s Public School Accountability
        Act." May 2000.

     EdSource. Report: "National Accountability Movement Offers Lessons for
        California." May 2000.

     EdSource. Report: "Lining Up Public Schools: California‟s Academic Performance
        Index (API)." January 2000.

     Finn, Chester E., and Michael J. Petrilli, eds. The State of State Standards 2000.
         Washington, D.C.: The Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, January 2000.


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     Grissmer, David; Ann Flanagan; Jennifer Kawata; and Stephanie Williamson.
         Improving Student Achievement: What State NAEP Test Scores Tell Us. Santa
         Monica, RAND, 2000.

     Heubert, Jay P., and Robert M. Hauser, eds. High Stakes: Testing for Tracking,
        Promotion, and Graduation. Washington, D.C.: The National Academy Press,
        National Research Council, 1999.

     Wise, Lauress L., and others. High School Exit Examination (HSEE): Year 1
        Evaluation Report. Alexandria, VA: Human Resources Research Organization,
        June 2000.

Demographics and Child Indicators

      National Goals Panel. Data Volume for the National Goals Report. Washington,
        D.C. the Panel, 1999.

     Annie E. Casey Foundation. Kids Count Data Book. Baltimore, MD: the
        Foundation, 2000.

     California. Department of Education. DataQuest
         [http://data1.cde.ca.gov/dataquest/whatsindq.htm]

     California. Department of Education. Fact Book 2000: Handbook of Education
         Information. Sacramento: the Department, 2000.

     California. Department of Education. Graduation and Dropout Data Available.
         June 2000.

     California. Department of Finance. California Public K-12 Enrollment Projections
         by Ethnicity. Sacramento: the Department, 1999 Series.

     California. Department of Finance. California K-12 Public Enrollment and High
         School Graduate Projections by County. Sacramento: the Department,
         November 1999. [http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/DEMOGRAP/K12g.htm]

     Children Now. California: County Data Book 1999: How Our Youngest Children
         Are Faring. Oakland and Los Angeles: Children Now, 1999.

     The Education Trust. Education Watch 1998. Washington, D.C.: The Trust, State
         and National Data Book. The 2000 edition will be available by December 2000.

     Lopez, Elias. Major Demographic Shifts Occurring in California. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, October 1999.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear; Elias Lopez; Joel Cohen; Patricia de Cos; and Marcus
        Nieto. California Adolescents Ages 11-18: A Fact Sheet. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, October 1999.


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District, School, and Class Size

      Bickel, Robert and Craig Howley. “The Influence of Scale on School
        Performance: A Multi-Level Extension of the Matthew Principle.” Education
        Policy Analysis Archives 8, no. 22, (May 10, 2000).

     Ayers, William; Michael Klonshy; and Gabrielle Lyon, eds. A Simple Justice. New
        York: Teachers College Press, 2000.

     Carnochan, Sibyll. Review of Research on School District Size. Los Angeles:
         University of California, 1997.

     Clinchy, Evans, ed. Creating New Schools: How Small Schools are Changing
         American Education. New York: Teachers College Press, 2000.

     George, Paul S. Making Big Schools Feel Small: Multi-age Grouping, Looping, and
        Schools-Within-A-School. Westerville, OH: National Middle School
        Association, 2000.

     Wasley, Patricia; Michelle Fine; Matt Gladden; Nicole E. Holland; Esther King; and
        Linda C. Powell. Small Schools: Great Strides. New York: Bank Street College
        of Education, 2000.

     WestEd. Policy Brief: Class Size Reduction: Great Hopes, Great Challenges. San
        Francisco, 2000.

Child Development and Education

      Children Now. California: Report Card 99: How Our Youngest Children Are
        Faring. Oakland and Los Angeles: Children Now, 1999. (The 2000 edition will
        be available in October 2000.)

     de Cos, Patricia L. Readiness for Kindergarten: What Does it Mean? Sacramento:
         California Research Bureau, California State Library, December 1997.

     Eccles, Jacquelynne S. “The Development of Children Ages 6 to 14.” The Future of
         Children (David and Lucille Packard Foundation) 9, no. 2 (Fall 1999), 30-44.

     Groginsky, Scott; Susan Robinson; and Shelley Smith. Making Child Care Better:
        State Initiatives. Denver: National Conference of State Legislatures, October
        1999.

     Groginsky, Scott; Julie Poppe; and Jenna Davis. Financing Child Care. Denver:
        National Conference of State Legislatures, June 2000.

     Illig, David C., Ph.D. Birth to Kindergarten: The Importance of the Early Years.
           Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, February
           1998.

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     Illig, David C., Ph.D. Thoughts on Implementing Proposition 10: The California
           Children and Families First Act. Sacramento: California Research Bureau,
           California State Library, April 1999.

     Karoly, Lynn A.; Peter W. Greenwood; Susan S. Everingham; Jill Houbé; M.
         Rebecca Kilburn; C. Peter Rydell; Matthew Sanders; and James Chiesa.
         Investing in Our Children: What We Know and Don’t Know About the Costs
         and Benefits of Early Childhood Interventions. Santa Monica: RAND Corp.,
         1998.

     California. Little Hoover Commission. Caring for Our Children: Our Most Precious
         Investment. Sacramento: the Commission, September 1998.

     Lopez, Elias. “Who is Least Likely to Attend Pre-School?” CRB Note 6, no. 6,
        November 1999.

     Vandell, Deborah Lowe, and Lee Shumow. “After-School Child Care Programs.”
        The Future of Children (The David and Lucille Packard Foundation) 9, no. 2.
        (Fall 1999), 64-80.

Educational Gap for Ethnic Groups

      Lopez, Elias, Ramirez, Enrique, and Rochin, Refugio I. Latinos and Economic
        Development in California. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California
        State Library, June 1999.

     The College Board. Reaching the Top. New York: the Board, 1999.

     Lopez, Elias; Ginny Puddefoot; and Patricia Gándara, eds. A Coordinated Approach
        to Raising the Socio-Economic Status of Latinos in California. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, March 2000.

     Mehan, Hugh, and Scott Grimes. Measuring the Achievement Gap in San Diego
        Schools. San Diego: Funded by Agouron Pharmaceuticals and the Weingart
        Foundation, 1999.

     Vernez, Georges; Richard A. Krop; and C. Peter Rydell. Closing the Education
         Gap: Benefits and Costs. Santa Monica: The RAND Corporation, 1999.

Educational Technology

      Healy, Jane M. Failure to Connect: How Computers Affect Our Children’s
       Minds—For Better and Worse. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998.

      Umbach, Kenneth, W. Computer Technology in K-12 Schools: Uses, Best
        Practices, and Policy Implications. Sacramento: California Research Bureau,
        March 1998.



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      Umbach, Kenneth W. Learning-Related Outcomes of Computer Technology in
        K-12 Education. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, July 1998.

     Coley, Richard J.; John Cradler; and Penelope K. Engel. Computers and
         Classrooms: The Status of Technology in U.S. Schools. New Jersey:
         Educational Testing Service, 1999.

     Market Data Retrival. Technology in Education. Shelton, CT: The Dun &
        Bradstreet Corporation, 1999.

     Ronnkvist, Amy; Sara L. Dexter; and Ronald E. Anderson. Technology Support: Its
        Depth, Breadth and Impact in America’s Schools: Teaching, Learning, and
        Computing: 1998 National Survey. Center for Research on Information
        Technology and Organizations.
        [http://www.crito.uci.edu/tlc/findings/technology-support]

     Symonds, William C. “Wired Schools: A Technology Revolution is About to Sweep
        America‟s Classrooms.” Business Week Online, September 25, 2000.

     Thomas, William R. Web Courses for High School Students: Potential and Issues.
        Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board, March 2000.

     U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics. Office of
         Educational Research and Improvement. Stats in Brief: Internet Access in U.S.
         Public Schools and Classrooms: 1994-99. Jessup, MD: the Department, April
         2000.

     Vincent, Phil, and Rachel Kaberon. “Sustaining Educational Technology: Funding
         Challenges and Opportunities for Policymakers.” Policy Issues 4, North Central
         Regional Educational Laboratory, February 2000.

English Language Learners

      de Cos, Patricia L. Educating California’s Immigrant Children: An Overview of
        Bilingual Education. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State
        Library, June 1999.

     August, Diane, and Kenji Hakuta, eds. Educating Language-Minority Children.
        Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education; National
        Research Council, Institute of Medicine. Washington: D.C.: National Academy
        Press, 1998.

Governance

      Haberman, Murray J. A Double-Headed System: A History of K-12 Governance
        in California and Options for Restructuring. Sacramento: California Research
        Bureau, California State Library, July 1999.


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     Education Commission of the States. The Changing Landscape of Education
        Governance. Denver: the Commission, January 1999.

     Education Commission of the States. Effective School Governance: A Look at
        Today’s Practice and Tomorrow’s Promise. Denver: the Commission, January
        1999.

     Education Commission of the States. Governing America’s Schools: Changing the
        Rules. Denver: the Commission, November 1999.

     Education Commission of the States. Recent Changes in Public-Sector Governance.
        Denver: the Commission, January 1999.

Master Plan for K-16

      Joint Committee to Develop a Master Plan for Education – Kindergarten Through
        University. Framework to Develop a Master Plan for Education. August 2000.

     EdSource. EdFact: "The Master Plan: Creating a Blueprint for California K-16
        Public Education." May 2000.

School Choice: Charters, Vouchers, and Alternative Schooling

      Policy Analysis for California Education. School Choice: Abundant Hopes,
        Scarce Evidence of Results. Berkeley: PACE, February 2000.

     Allen, Jeanne. Charter School Laws: State by State Ranking and Profiles.
         Washington, D.C.: the Center for Education Reform, April 2000.

     California Network of Educational Charters and Pacific Research Institute.
         Innovations for Excellence in Education: The California Charter School Story.
         San Carlos, CA: CANEC, April 2000.

     Coons, John E., and Stephen D. Sugarman. Making School Choice Work for All
        Families: A Template for Legislative and Policy Reform. San Francisco: Pacific
        Research Institute for Public Policy, April 1999.

     Education Commission of the States and the National Conference of State
        Legislatures. The Charter School Roadmap. Denver: ECS and NCSL, n.d..

     Education Commission of the States and the National Conference of State
        Legislatures. The Progress of Education Reform 1999-2000: School Choice.
        Denver: the Commission, May 1999.

     EdSource. EdFact: "Charter Schools in California: Public Education by a New Set
        of Rules." November 1999.




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     Farkas, Steve; Jean Johnson; and Anthony Foleno. On Thin Ice: How Advocates and
         Opponents Could Misread the Public’s Views on Vouchers and Charter Schools,
         New York: Public Agenda, 1999.

     Good, Thomas L., and Jennifer Braden. “Charter Schools: Another Reform Failure
        or a Worthwhile Investment?” Phi Delta Kappan, June 2000, p. 745-750.

     Hirsch, Eric, and Shelby Samulsen. “Turning Away from Public Education.” State
         Legislatures 25, no. 8, September 1999, p. 12-16.

     Manno, Bruno V.; Chester E. Finn; and Gregg Vanourek. “Beyond the Schoolhouse
        Door: How Charter Schools Are Transforming U.S. Public Education.” Phi
        Delta Kappan, June 2000, 736-744.

     National Conference for State Legislatures and Home School Legal Defense Fund.
         “State Role in Homeschooling.” Denver: NCSL and the Fund, August 1999.

     Lines, Patricia M. “Homeschooling Comes of Age.” The Public Interest, Summer
         2000, 74-85.

     Rothstein, Richard. “Charter Conundrum.” The American Prospect, no. 39, July-
         August 1998, 46-60.

School Facilities and School Finance

      EdSource. Selected Readings on California School Finance. Palo Alto, Calif.:
        1998. (The 2000 edition will be released in December 2000.)

     Betts, Julian R. Equal Resources, Equal Outcomes? The Distribution of School
         Resources and Student Achievement in California. San Francisco: Public Policy
         Institute of California, 2000.

     EdSource. EdFact: "Executive Summary: How Much is Enough?" April 2000.

     EdSource. EdFact: "How are California‟s Education Dollars Spent?" April 2000.

     EdSource. EdFact: "Local Bond Elections in California: Some Vital Statistics."
        January 2000.

     EdSource. EdFact: "Portable School Buildings: Scourge, Saving Grace, or Just Part
        of the Solution." April 1998.

     Goldfinger, Paul M. Revenue and Limits. Sacramento: School Services of
         California, Inc., 2000.

     Ladd, Helen F.; Rosemary Chalk; and Janet S. Hansen, eds. Equity and Adequacy in
         Education Finance: Issues and Perspectives. Washington, D.C.: National
         Academy Press, National Research Council, 1999.


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     Ladd, Helen F., and Janet S. Hansen, eds. Making Money Matter: Financing
         America’s Schools. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, National
         Research Council, 1999.

     Odden, Allen. Improving State School Finance Systems: New Realities Create Need
        to Re-Engineer School Finance Structures. Philadelphia: Consortium for Policy
        Research in Education, 1999.

     Sams, Jim. “Bond-Money Allocations are Twice that of Poorest Districts.” Sunday
        Record, August, 20, 2000.

     Sonstelie, Jon; Eric Brunner; and Kenneth Ardon. For Better or For Worse? School
         Finance Reform in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of
         California, 2000.

     WestEd. From Equity to Adequacy. Policy Brief. San Francisco: WestEd, July
        2000.

     Whitney, Terry N. “State School Finance Litigation: 1999 Summary and Analysis.”
        NCSL State Legislative Report 24, no. 8, December 1999.

School Reform

      Policy Analysis for California Education. Crucial Issues in California Education
        2000: Are the Reform Pieces Fitting Together? Berkeley, CA : Policy Analysis
        for California Education, [2000?].

     Exstrom, Michelle. Priority Education Issues 1999—A 50-State Survey of Enacted
         Legislation. Denver: National Conference of State Legislatures, January 2000.

     Norton, John, and Anne C. Lewis. “Middle Grades Reform.” Phi Delta Kappan,
         Kappan Special Report, June 2000.

     Public Agenda Online. Reality Check 2000.
         www.publicagenda.org/specials/rc2000/reality.htm

School Safety/Violence

      Nieto, Marcus. Security and Crime Prevention Strategies in California Public
        Schools. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
        October 1999.

     California. Department of Education and Butte County Office of Education.
         California Safe Schools Assessment 1998-99 Results: Promoting Safe Schools.
         Sacramento: the Education, 2000.




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     Education Commission of the States. “Stemming the Tide of Youth Violence.” The
        Progress of Education Reform 1999-2000: Youth Violence 1, no. 2, July-August
        1999.

     Safe Schools Task Force Final Report. Sacramento: State Attorney General‟s Office
         and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, June 2000.

     Thomerson, Julie. “School Violence: 10 Things Legislators Need to Know.”
        National Conference of State Legislatures, February 2000.

     U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Indicators
         of School Crime and Safety. NCES 1999-057. Washington, D.C.: the
         Department, September 1999. (This report co-issued by the Bureau of Justice
         Statistics.)

     “Zero Tolerance: Is Mandatory Punishment in Schools Unfair?” CQ Researcher 10,
         no. 9, March 10, 2000.

School-to-Career

      California. Employment Development Department. A Series. Opportunities in:
        Arts, Media, & Entertainment, Statewide; Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation,
        Region 5; Information Technology, Region 2; Health Services, Region 2;
        Manufacturing, Region 3. 2000.

     BaySCAN. Connecting Education and Economic Development through School-to-
        Career Partnerships, San Rafael: the Bay Area School-to-Career Action
        Network, 1999.

     California Apprenticeship Coordinators Association and Bay Area Apprenticeship
         Coordinators Association. Apprenticeship: Pathways to Success. 1998.

     California. Department of Education. Work-Based Learning Guide. Sacramento:
         the Department, 1998.

     California School Boards Association. Increasing Rigor and Relevance: Linking
         School-to-Career. West Sacramento: the Association, 1995.

     Committee for Economic Development. Employer Roles in Linking School and
        Work: Lessons from Four Urban Communities. New York: CED, 1998.

     Orange County. Department of Education. Are We There Yet? Charting a Course
         for the School-to-Career Journey. Costa Mesa: the County Department, n.d.

     Rahn, Mikala L., and Patricia Holmes. “Accountability Systems: Performance
        Standards and Assessment.” CenterPoint, National Center for Research in
        Vocational Education, no. 4, March 1999.


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     WestEd and MPR Associates, Inc. Results and Recommendations based on the
        Employer/Labor Organization Survey: California School to Career Statewide
        Evaluation, September 2000.

Special Education

      Colvin, Richard L., and Duke Helfand. “Special Education in California Fails on
        Many Fronts.” Los Angeles Times, December 12, 1999, A1.

     Agbenyega, Stephen, and Joseph Jiggetts. “Minority Children and Their Over-
        Representation in Special Education.” Education 119, no. 4 (Summer 1999).

     Benz, Michael R.; Lauren Lindstrom; and Paul Yovanoff. “Improving Graduation
        and Employment Outcomes of Students with Disabilities: Predictive Factors and
        Student Perspectives.” Exceptional Children 66, no. 4 (Summer 2000).

     Cronis, Terry G. and Ellis, David N. “Issues Facing Special Educators in the New
         Millennium.” Education 120, no. 4 (Summer 2000).

     Elliott, Judy L.; Ron N. Erickson; Martha L. Thurlow; and Jim G. Shriner. “State-
          Level Accountability for the Performance of Students with Disabilities: Five
          Years of Change.” Journal of Special Education 34, no. 1, Spring 2000.

     McLeskey, James; Daniel Henry; and Michael I. Axelrod. “Inclusion of Students
        with Learning Disabilities: An Examination of Data from Reports to Congress.”
        Exceptional Children 66, no. 1 (Fall 1999).

     Oswald, Donald P., and others. “Ethnic Representation in Special Education: The
        Influence of School-Related Economic and Demographic Variables.” Journal of
        Special Education 32, no. 4 (Winter 1999).

     Parrish, Thomas; Daniel Kaleba; Michael Gerber; and Margaret McLaughlin. Special
          Education: Study of Incidence of Disabilities. Palo Alto: American Institutes of
          Research, September 1998.

Teacher Recruitment, Retention, Preparation, and Professional Development

      Bullard, Chloe. Qualified Teachers for All California Students: Current Issues in
        Recruitment, Retention, Preparation, and Professional Development.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, August 1998.

     California State University Institute for Educational Reform. Doing What Matters
         Most: Investing in Quality Teaching. A discussion sponsored by the California
         Education Policy Seminar and the California State University Institute for
         Educational Reform, May 1998.




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     California Statewide Task Force on Teacher Recruitment. Shaping the Profession
         that Shapes California’s Future: The California Statewide Teacher Recruitment
         Action Plan. [Sacramento?]: Recruiting New Teachers, March 1997.

     EdSource. How California Recruits, Prepares, and Assists New Teachers.
        [http://www.edsource.org/htmfiles/efct_recruits.htm]

     Hirsch, Eric. “Teacher Pay for Performance.” NCSL LegisBriefs 8, no. 12 (February
         2000).

     Hirsch, Eric, and Shelby Samuelsen. “Improving Teacher Quality: Teacher Policy
         Inventories.” NCSL State Legislative Report 24, no. 9 (December 1999).

     Recruiting New Teachers, Inc., Council of the Great City Schools, and Council of
         the Great City Colleges of Education. The Urban Teacher Challenge: Teacher
         Demand and Supply in the Great City Schools. January 2000.

     Samuelsen, Shelby. “Current Trends in Teacher Policy.” NCSL State Legislative
        Report 25, no. 3, March 2000.

     "Who Should Teach?" Education Week XIX, no. 18 (January 13, 2000): entire issue.




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     ELECTIONS, REAPPORTIONMENT &
 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS COMMITTEE
Campaign Finance and Government Ethics

     California Secretary of State http://www.ss.ca.gov/

     Fair Political Practices Commission http://www.fppc.ca.gov/

     Goldberg, Deborah. Writing Reform; A Guide to Drafting State & Local Campaign
         Finance Laws. New York: The Brennan Center for Justice, 1998.

     Malbin, Michael J. and Thomas L. Gais. The Day After Reform. New York:
        Rockefeller Institute Press, 1998. "Introduction," pp. 1-7.

     Bipartisan Commission on the Political Reform Act of 1974. Overly Complex and
         Unduly Burdensome. Sacramento: the Commission, 2000.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear. Local Government Ethics Ordinances in California.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, 1998.

Redistricting, Census and GIS (Geographic Information System) Data

      Kousser, Morgan. “Reapportionment Wars: Party, Race and Redistricting in
        California, 1971-1992.” in Bernard Grofman, ed., Race and Redistricting in the
        1990s. New York: Agathon Press, 1998: 134-190.

     Epstein, David and Sharyn O‟Halloran. “A Social Science Approach to Race,
         Redistricting and Representation.” American Political Science Review 93, no. 2
         (March 1999): 187-191.

     Grofman, Bernard, and Lisa Handley, “Voting Rights in the 1990s: An Overview,”
         in Bernard Grofman, ed. Race and Redistricting in the 1990s. New York:
         Agathon Press, 1998: 69-79.

     National Conference of State Legislatures. Redistricting Law 2000. Denver: NCSL,
         1999.

     National Conference of State Legislatures. State Redistricting Profiles 2000.
         Denver: NCSL, 1999.

     Rush, Mark E. “Representation in Theory and Practice.” Voting Rights and
        Redistricting in the United States. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press,
        1998: 1-19.

     U.S. Census Bureau. Tiger Mapping Service. http://tiger.census.gov/



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     Wattson, Peter S. How to Draw Redistricting Plans That Will Stand Up in Court.
        St. Paul, MN: Minnesota State Senate, 2000.
        [http://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/departments/scr/REDIST/Draw/Draw202we
        b.htm]

E-Democracy

      Weberg, Brian. “Instant Democracy for Everyone,” State Legislatures,
        July/August 2000: 2025.

     Alvarez, R. Michael and Jonathan Nagler. The Likely Consequences of Internet
         Voting for Political Representation. A Symposium on “Internet Voting and
         Democracy,” Loyola Law School, October 26, 2000.

     California Internet Voting Task Force. A Report on the Feasibility of Internet
         Voting. Sacramento: California Secretary of State, January 2000.
         [http://www.ss.ca.gov/executive/ivote]

     Corrado, Anthony, and Charles M. Firestone, eds. Elections in Cyberspace: Toward
         New Era in American Politics. American Bar Association and The Aspen
         Institute, 1996: 1-31.

     Doctor, Sharon and William H. Dutton. “The First Amendment online; Santa
         Monica‟s Public Electronic Network.” In Roza Tsagarousianous, Damian
         Tambini, and Cathy Bryan, eds., Cyberdemocracy. London: Routledge, 1998:
         125-166.

     Ornstein, Norman. “Deliberative Democracy Headed for the „Dark Side?‟” State
         Legislatures, January 2000: 20-24.

Initiative Process

      Donovan, Todd, and Shaun Bowler. “An Overview of Direct Democracy in the
        American States.” In Shaun Bowler, Todd Donovan, and Caroline J. Tolbert,
        eds., Citizens as Legislators. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1998.

     Broder, David. “Introduction.” Democracy Derailed. New York: Harcourt, 2000: 1-
         21

     Harris, Scott. “Bypassing politics,” California Journal, July 2000: 10-16.

     McCuan, David and Shaun Bowler, Todd Donovan, Ken Fernandez. “California‟s
        Political Warriors: Campaign Professionals and the Initiative Process.” In
        Shaun Bowler, Todd Donovan, and Caroline J. Tolbert, eds., Citizens as
        Legislators. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1998, 55-79.

     Schrag, Peter. Paradise Lost: California’s Experience, America’s Future. New
         York: New Press, 1998: 1-23.


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     Simmons, Charlene Wear. California’s Statewide Initiative Process. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, 1998.




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          ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY AND TOXIC
               MATERIALS COMMITTEE
General

      Baldassare, Mark. Special Survey on Californians and the Environment. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, June 2000.

      Princeton Survey Research Associates. National Survey of Public Perceptions of
        Environmental Health Risks, California Component. Princeton, NJ: PSRA, July
        2000.

     Andersen, Glen. “Growth Management and Healthy Cities.” Denver, CO: National
        Conference of State Legislatures, NCSL Environmental Health Series, no. 3
        (April 2000).

Air Pollution

      California Air Resources Board. Area Designations Maps.
        [http://www.arb.ca.gov/desig/adm/adm.htm]

      Jost, Kenneth. "Asthma Epidemic: Why is it Happening? What‟s to be Done?"
        CQ Researcher 9, no. 48 (December 24, 1999), 1089-1104.

      Nystrom, Marci. California Air Quality Status & Trends. Text and slides from a
        presentation to the California Air Resources Board, May 27, 1999. California
        Air Resources Board. [http://www.arb.ca.gov/aqd/aqtrends/trends1.htm]

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Plain English Guide to the Clean Air
        Act. Washington, D.C.: U.S. EPA, April 1993.

     American Lung Association. State of the Air 2000. Washington, D.C.: American
        Lung Association, May 2000. “Introduction” and “Summary.”

     South Coast Air Quality Management District. The Southland’s War on Smog: Fifty
         Years of Progress Toward Clean Air. Diamond Bar, California: the District,
         1997.

     U.S. House of Representatives. Exposure to Hazardous Air Pollutants in Los
         Angeles. Minority Staff Report, Committee on Government Reform, March 1,
         1999.

     Walker, Bill, and Marshall Hendricks. School Haze: Air Pollution Near California
        Schools. Washington D.C.: Environmental Working Group, 1995.




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     Diesel Emissions

     Bowman, Chris. “Diesel Control Adopted.” Sacramento Bee, September 29, 2000,
        A1.

     Duran, Gil Jose. “Diesel Exhaust Called Hazard: California to Tighten Fuel Rules.”
         San Jose Mercury News, August 28, 1998.

     State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of
          Local Air Pollution Control Officials. Cancer Risk from Diesel Particulates:
          National and Metropolitan Area Estimates for the United States. Washington,
          DC: STAPPA and ALAPCO, March 15, 2000.

     Emissions Trading

     “Booming Economy Raises Price of Pollution Credits.” Associated Press,
        September 5, 2000.

     Knopman, Debra S., and Megan Susman. Trading Air Emissions for Environmental
        and Economic Benefit: Success Stories from the Private Sector. Washington,
        DC: Progressive Policy Institute, February 1998.

Water Pollution

      Copeland, Claudia. Water Quality: Implementing the Clean Water Act.
        Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, July 19, 2000

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. NPDES Program – General
        Information. Available on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of
        Wastewater Management Web Site. [http://www.epa.gov/owm/gen2.htm]

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Water Pollution.
        Sacramento: WEF, 1996.

     Cone, Marla. “Study of River Pollution Finds Sexual Defects in Fish.” Los Angeles
        Times, September 22, 1998, A1.

     Cone, Marla. “Study of River Pollution Finds Sexual Defects in Fish.” Los Angeles
        Times, September 22, 1998, A1.

     Cone, Marla. “Stiffer Rules on Tainted Water Sought.” Los Angeles Times, June 1,
        2000, A3.

     Copeland, Claudia. Wastewater Treatment: Overview and Background. Report
        94-822 ENR. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, June 7, 1995.

     Martin, Glen. “State Farmers Want to Revive Drain Plan.” San Francisco Chronicle,
         October 25, 1999, A16.



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     Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Agricultural Drainage.
        Sacramento: Water Education Foundation, 1996.

     Nonpoint Source Regulation

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. What is Nonpoint Source (NPS)
        Pollution? Questions and Answers. Available on the U.S. Environmental
        Protection Agency Office of Water Web Site.
        [http://www.epa.gov/owow/NPS/qa.html]

     Bailey, Eric. “Panel OKs Guidelines to Clean Up Runoff.” Los Angeles Times,
         December 15, 1999, A3.

     Cushman, John H., Jr. “Pollution Control Plan Views Factory Farms as Factories.”
        New York Times, March 3, 1998, A1.

     Martin, Glen. “Our Poisoned Bay.” San Francisco Chronicle, August 2, 1999, A1.

     Natural Resources Defense Council. Testing the Waters 2000: A Guide to Water
         Quality at Vacation Beaches. Washington, DC: NRDC, 2000. Executive
         summary and “California.” [http://www.nrdc.org/water/oceans/ttw/titinx.asp]

     Warren, Jennifer. “Lake Tahoe „Gravely Imperiled‟ by Algae Growth, Scientists
        Say.” Los Angeles Times, February 16, 2000, A3.

     Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs)

      California Planning & Development Review. “Special Report: TMDL Update.”
        Two-part series in California Planning & Development Review, August 16,
        2000, 4-7 and August 31, 2000, 6-10.

      Ruffolo, Jennifer. TMDLs: The Revolution in Water Quality. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, April 1999.

Drinking Water

      Armoudian, Maria. California’s Latest Water Crisis: Toxic Contamination in Our
        Drinking Water. Post-hearing report by the California Joint Legislative Audit
        Committee, 1999. “Background” and “Summary of Recommendations.”

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Drinking Water. Sacramento:
        Water Education Foundation, 1997.

     Blankstein, Andrew. “Bill Signed on Water Test for Chromium.” Los Angelees
         Times, September 30, 2000, B1.

     Howard, John. Gas‟ Link to Drinking Water Inspiring New Federal Regulations.”
        (Radon). Associated Press, May 8, 1999.


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     Los Angeles Times (editorial) “Give Us the Facts About Water.” (Editorial on
        chromium.) September 24, 2000, B16.

     Natural Resources Defense Council. Arsenic and Old Laws: A Scientific and Public
         Health Analysis of Arsenic Occurrence in Drinking Water, Its Health Effects,
         and EPA’s Outdated Arsenic Tap Water Standard. Washington, DC: NRDC,
         February 2000. Executive summary.
         [http://www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/arsenic/aolinx.asp]

     Ross, Zev, and Bill Walker. Uncontrolled LUSTs: California’s Failure to Protect
         Our Water From Leaking Underground Fuel Storage Tanks. Washington, D.C:
         EWG, July 2000. Executive summary.

MTBE

     California. Governor's Office (Gray Davis). Executive Order D-5-99, March 25,
         1999.

     Gougis, Michael. “R.I.P. MTBE.” New Times Los Angeles. April 1, 1999.

Hazardous Substances

      Andersen, Glen. Children’s Health and the Environment. Denver, CO: National
        Council of State Legislatures, September 1999.

     Cone, Marla. “DDT Injured Eagles, Falcons, Judge Rules.” Los Angeles Times,
        October 3, 2000, A

     Kindschy, Jon W.; Marilyn Kraft; and Molly Carpenter. Guide To Hazardous
         Materials and Waste Management. Point Arena, California: Solano Press
         Books, 1997.

     Regulation of Toxics

      California Department of Toxic Substances Control. Schools White Paper.
        Sacramento: The Department: October 14, 1999.

      California Department of Toxic Substances Control. “Fact Sheet: The Public‟s
        Role During the Permit Process.” Sacramento: The Department, May 1998.

     California Department of Toxic Substances Control. “Fact Sheet: New
         Environmental Requirements for Proposed Schoolsites (Assembly Bill 387 and
         Senate Bill 162).” Sacramento: The Department, June 2000.

     California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. A Review of the
         California Environmental Protection Agency’s Risk Assessment Practices,
         Policies, and Guidelines. Sacramento: OEHA, 1999. Executive summary.




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      Sacramento Bee (editorial) “Who Pays? Voters to Decide Who Gets the Bill for
         Pollution.” July 6, 2000, B6.

     Toxic Waste Disposal and Site Cleanup

      Copeland, Claudia. Superfund and States: The State Role and Other Issues.
        Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service, October 16, 1997.

      Kim, David H. “Additional Cleanup Authorization to DTSC; California‟s Re-
        enactment of its Superfund Law is a Mixed Bag.” Environmental Compliance &
        Litigation, 15, no. 4 (September 1999).

     Reisch, Mark. Superfund Reauthorization Issues in the 106th Congress. Washington,
         D.C.: Congressional Research Service, June 12, 2000.

     Lead

     California State Auditor. Department of Health Services Has Made Little Progress
        in Protecting California’s Children from Lead Poisoning. Sacramento: Bureau
        of State Audits, April 1999. Executive summary.

     Brownfields

      “Realistic Redevelopment.” State Legislatures, February 1999.
        [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/realredv.htm]

     Brewster, George B. Land Recycling and the Creation of Sustainable Communities.
         San Francisco: California Land Recycling Center, 1998.

     California Center for Land Recycling. Brownfield Redevelopment Case Studies. San
         Francisco: CCLR, March 2000.

     ECS, Inc. Brownfields Resuse and Redevelopment: A Media Review. Exton, PA:
        ECS, Inc., September 2000. Executive summary.
        http://www.ecsinc.com/landreuse.

     Reisch, Mark. Superfund and the Brownfields Issue. Washington, DC: Congressional
         Research Service, July 24, 2000.

     Environmental Justice

      McQuaid, John. “Environmental Justice Revisited in New EPA Plan.” New
        Orleans Times-Picayune, June 20, 2000, A1.

      Senate Select Committee on Environmental Justice. “Implementation of SB 115
        (Solis): where Are We?” Background paper for hearing of the Select Committee,
        September 14, 2000.



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     National Governors‟ Association. Federal Interpretations of Environmental Justice
         Claims Threaten State Program. NGA Issue Brief, October 28, 1997.

     Tanaka, Gene, and Piero C. Dallarda. “The Environmental Justice Revolution:
         Challenges and Risks.” Environmental Liability, Enforcement & Penalties
         Reporter 9, no. 10 (August 1999), 233-240.

Pesticides

      Andersen, Glen. Pesticides and Human Health. Denver, CO: National
        Conference of State Legislatures, July 1999.

      Arax, Mark. “Farmers Using More Chemicals, Analysis Shows.” Los Angeles
        Times, March 29, 2000, A3.

      Pease, William S., and others. Pesticide Contamination of Groundwater in
        California. CPS Brief 7, no. 8. Berkeley: University of California, May 1995.

     Bustillo, Miguel. “Davis to Sign School Pesticide Bill.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 24, 2000, A37.

     Environmental Working Group. What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You: Pesticides
         in California’s Air. Washington, DC: EWG, January 1999. Executive summary.

     Kay, Jane. “Poisons From Home.” San Francisco Examiner, March 29, 1998, E 1.

     Natural Resources Defense Council. Trouble on the Farm: Growing Up With
         Pesticides in Agricultural Communities. Washington, DC: NRDC, October
         1998. Executive summary.

     U.S. General Accounting Office. Pesticides:Use, Effects, and Alternatives to
         Pesticides in Schools. Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Committee on
         Government Affairs, U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C.: GAO, November 1999.

     Methyl Bromide

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “FAQ – Frequently Asked questions on
        the Methyl Bromide Phase Out.” [http://www.epa.gov/ozone/mbr/mbrqa.html]

     Ingram, Carl. “State Study on Pesticide Flawed, Experts Say; Pollution: Plan Fails to
         Address Certain Scenarios for Exposure to Methyl Bromide, According to
         Federal Scientists.” Los Angeles Times, May 6, 2000, A1.

     U.S. Department of Agriculture. Economic Implications of the Methyl Bromide
         Phaseout. Agriculture Information Bulletin No. 756. Washington, D.C.: USDA,
         February 2000.




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     Food Quality Protection Act of 1996

      “Agency Finalizes Ban on Pesticide.” Daily News of Los Angeles, August 3,
        1999, N9.

     Doyle, Michael. “GOP Stalls on Pest Killers; Pesticide Law Rewrite is Backed by
        Lawmakers and Valley Farmers.” Fresno Bee, July 4, 2000, C1.

     Meinert, Dori. “EPA Orders Phaseout of a Popular Pesticide; Dursban Home Use
        Over; Crop Application Curbed. San Diego Union-Tribune, June 9, 2000, A1.




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GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
Gaming and Horse Racing

      California. Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO). Gambling in California: An
        Overview. Sacramento: LAO, 1998.

     Bailey, Brandon. Series on crime at San Jose cardclub. San Jose Mercury News,
         May 3-21, 2000.

     California. Assembly Committees on Governmental Organization, Housing and
         Community Development, and Labor. Background paper on workers employed
         at and living on California‟s racetracks.

     California. Assembly Governmental Organization Committee. Recent Trends in the
         California Horse Racing Industry. Sacramento: the Committee, 1997.

     Dunstan, Roger. “Charitable Gaming in California.” Presentation for Assembly
        Governmental Organization Committee. December 13, 1999.

     Dunstan, Roger. Gambling in California. California Research Bureau, California
        State Library. Sacramento, 1997.

     Dunstan, Roger. Indian Casinos in California. California Research Bureau,
        California State Library. Sacramento, 1998.

     Fagan, Kevin; Michael Taylor; and Bill Wallace. “Keeping Tabs on Gaming:
         Davis‟s Compact with Tribes May Lack Real Power.” San Francisco
         Chronicle, May 30, 2000, A1

     Hoffman, Alan, and Eric Vance. “Internet Gambling: A Primer.” The Internet
         Newsletter: Legal and Business Aspects, 3 no. 3 (June 1998).

     Morain, Dan. “Rapid Growth of Slot Machines Predicted Under Tribal Pact.” Los
        Angeles Times, November 10, 1999, Home Edition, A3.

     Sweeney, James P. “Slots Total for State‟s Casinos is Uncertain.” San Diego Union
        Tribune, May 28, 2000, A3

     Sweeney, James P. “State Pact on Indian Gambling no Sure Bet.” San Diego Union
        Tribune, November 22, 1999, A1

     U.S. General Accounting Office. Tax Policy: A Profile of the Indian Gaming
         Industry. GAO/GGD-97-91 Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing
         Office.




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     Related Web sites

     Indian Gaming News, [http://www.pechanga.net/].

     National Indian Gaming Association, [http://www.indiangaming.org].

Liquor Licensing

      California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. “ABC Permits.”
        [http://www.abc.ca.gov/PERMITS/PM_GENERAL_INFO.SSI]

     California. Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. “Briefing Paper.”
         September, 1998.

     Smith, Doug. “Liquor Store Density Doesn't Follow Pattern.” Los Angeles Times,
         December 28, 1996, A1.

     Smith, Doug. “The Battle to Keep Alcohol From Kids.” Los Angeles Times,
         December 27, 1996, A1.

Open Meeting Act

      “Brown Act Governs Meetings” Ethics Commission Quarterly. Los Angeles City
        Ethics Commission 2, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1997).

      Alperin, Anthon Saul. “The Brown Act: California‟s Open Meeting Act.” Los
        Angeles City Attorney‟s Office, July 29, 1998.

     California Attorney General's Office. The Brown Act: Open Meetings for Local
         Legislative Bodies. Sacramento, 1994.

     Fourkas, Fed. Open and Public II: A User's Guide to the Ralph M. Brown Act.
         Sacramento, 1994.

Veterans

      California. Governor's Office. “Honoring California Veterans.” In Governor's
        Budget Summary 2000-2001. Sacramento: Governor's Office, 2000. Pp. 51-52.

      Hill, Elizabeth G. “Rethinking the Cal-Vet Loan Program.” Cal-Tax Digest.
        California Taxpayers Association, April 1998
        [www.caltax.org/MEMBER/digest/Apr98/apr98-7.htm]

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Rethinking the Cal-Vet Loan
         Program. Sacramento: LAO, January 16, 1998.

     California. State Auditor. California Department of Veterans Affairs: Changing
         Demographics and Limited funding Threathen the Long-Term Viability of the



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          Cal-Vet Program While High Program Costs Drain Current Funding.
          Sacramento: State Auditor, May 2000.

     Frazier, Joanna. “Vets Home Tells Officials It‟s Working on Problems.” Press
         Enterprise (Riverside), July 12, 2000, Local B1.

     Hill, John. “Disabled Vets Face Foreclosure.” Sacramento Bee (Metro Final
          Edition), A1.

     Morain, Dan, and Carl Ingram. “Veterans Home to Lose $320,000 in Federal
        Funds.” Los Angeles Times (Home Edition), July 11, 2000, A3.

     “Report Says Loan Funds Limited, Mismanagement Makes Things Worse.”
         Associated Press State and Local Wire. May 25, 2000.

     “Veterans Home Hurt By Barstow‟s Woes.” San Diego Union Tribune, August
         2000, Local B-2.




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                            HEALTH COMMITTEE
Access to Care

      Schauffler, Helen, and others. Health Care Trends and Indicators in California
        and the United States. Berkeley: University of California, School of Public
        Health, Center for Health and Public Policy Studies, and the Kaiser Family
        Foundation, June 2000.

     American Health Line. "Adolescent Health: Teens Skip Out on Doctors Visits."
        April 5, 2000.

     Brown, E. Richard, and others. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to Health
        Insurance and Health Care. Los Angeles: UCLA Center for Health Policy
        Research and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, April 2000.

     Butler, Karen, and others. The Uninsured Debate: Health Insurance vs. Health Care
         Access. California Health Care Safety Net Institute, June 2000.

     Latino Coalition for a Healthy California. Ensuring Health Access for Latinas.
         Latina Health Policy Project, January 1999.

     Morse, Ann. SCHIP and Access for Children in Immigrant Families. Denver, CO:
        National Conference of State Legislatures, January 2000.

     Quinn, Kevin, and others. On Their Own: Young Adults Living Without Health
         Insurance. The Commonwealth Fund, May 2000.

     Schauffler, Helen, and E. Richard Brown. The State of Health Insurance in
         California, 1999. Health Insurance Policy Program, January 2000.

     Thompson, Karen MacDonald. “Cost Analysis of Emergency Room Use by Low-
        Income Patients.” Nursing Economics, May 1, 1999.

     Urban Institute. Health Insurance, Access, and Use: California. (This is part of the
         "Assessing the New Federalism" program.) Washington, D.C.: the Urban
         Institute, July 2000.

Child and Adolescent Health

      Foerster, Susan B., and others. Public Health Institute. 1998 California Teen
        Eating, Exercise, and Nutrition Survey: Media Highlights. September 2000.

      Simmons, Charlene, and others. California Adolescents Ages 11-18: a Fact Sheet.
        California Research Bureau. CRB Note 6, no. 4 (October 1999).

     "Asthma Epidemic." CQ Weekly, December 24, 1999.


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     Bennett, Jo Anne, and others. “Parent to Parent: Preventing Adolescent Exposure to
        HIV.” Holistic Nursing Practice, 14. no. 1 (October 1, 1999).

     Bethea, Lesa. “Primary Prevention of Child Abuse.” American Family Physician 59,
         no. 6 (March 15, 1999).

     "Boys‟ Emotional Needs." CQ Weekly, June 18, 1999.

     Hogan, Marjorie. “The Epidemic of Violence in America.” Post Graduate Medicine
        105, no. 6 (May 15, 1999).

     Kane, Ann. "The Women Infants, and Children Supplemental Food Program (WIC)
        What You Should Know." International Journal of Childbirth Education 14, no.
        2 (June 1999).

     Kendell, Nicole. School-Based Health Centers. Health Policy Tracking Services,
        National Conference of State Legislatures, February 24, 2000.

     Kennedy, Christine, M. “Television and Young Hispanic Children‟s Behaviors.”
        Pediatric Nursing 26 no. 3 (May 1, 2000).

     National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. “Special
         Focus: Nutrition and Physical Activity Preventing Obesity Among Children.”
         Chronic Disease Notes and Reports 13, no. 1 (Winter 2000).

     National Center for Tobacco Free Kids. State Tobacco Settlements.
         [http://tobaccofreekids.org/reports/settlements]

     Perry, Cheryl. “The Tobacco Industry and Underage Youth Smoking.” Archives of
         Pediatric Adolescent Medicine 153 (September 1999), 935-41.

     Picciano, Mary F., and others. “How to Grow a Healthy Child: A Conference
         Report.” Nutrition Today 34, no. 1 (January/February 1999).

     Rubin, Sandra G. “Self Esteem and Your Child; Caring for a Chronically Ill Child.”
        Ostomy Quarterly 3, no. 37 (March 22, 2000).

     “Unintentional Injuries in Childhood.” The Future of Children (The David and
        Lucille Packard Foundation), 10, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2000). Executive
        summary.

     United States General Accounting Office. Lead Poisoning Federal Health Care
         Programs are not Effectively Reaching At-Risk Children. January 1999.

Impact of Technology

     Campbell, Lisa. Organ and Tissue Donation. Health Policy Tracking Service,
        National Conference of State Legislatures. June 1, 2000.



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     Waldo, Billie. “Closing the Loop on Medication Errors; Technology Information.”
        Health Management Technology, December 1, 1999.

     Watson, Russell, and others. “HMOs Go Under the Knife.” Newsweek, November 8,
        1999.

     Distance Medicine

     Charles, Betty L. “Telemedicine Can Lower Costs and Improve Access.” Healthcare
         Financial Management, April 1, 2000.

     Friedman Billings Ramsey. e-Care: Internet Solutions Changing the Paradigms of
         Health Industry Analysis, June 2000.

     Rothouse, Marla (Updated by Elana Mintz). Telemedicine. Health Policy Tracking
         Service, National Conference of State Legislatures. May 23, 2000.

     Wilkins, Aaron S. “Expanding Internet Access for Health Care Consumers.” Health
         Care Management Review, June 22, 1999.

     Genetics

     Doll, John J. “The Patenting of DNA.” Science, May 1, 1998.

     Hackney, Claire. Genetic Testing. Health Policy Tracking Service, National
        Conference of State Legislatures. July 3, 2000.

     Jeffrey, Nancy Ann. “A Change in Policy: Genetic Testing Threatens to
          Fundamentally Alter the Whole Notion of Insurance.‖ Wall Street Journal,
          December 18, 1999.

     Lipman, Marvin. “Office Visit. Genetic Testing: Do You Really Want to Know?”
         Consumers Union on Health. September 1999.

Licensing of Health Care Professionals

     Coleman, Jennifer. “Records Outlining Doctor Discipline, Lawsuits off Limits to
         Public.” Associated Press State and Local Wire, June 29, 2000.

     “Dental Group Allows Oral Surgeons to Perform Plastic Surgery.” Associated Press
        State and Local Wire, November 21, 1999.

     Hicks, Jerry. “The Safety Zone.” Los Angeles Times, May 15, 2000.

     Saar, Mayrav. “Board to Decide Dentist‟s Fate.” The Orange County Register,
         August 10, 2000.




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Managed Care

      Connor, James L. “How to Heal Managed Care – Health Care is not a Business.”
        Commonweal, February 25, 2000.

      Kohn, Linda T. “Organizing and Managing Care in a Changing Health System.”
        Health Service Research, April 2000.

     California Association of Health Plans. Profile and Annual Report. 2000.

     California State Auditor. Department of Corporations’ Regulation of Health Care
         Plans. April 1999.

     Hall, Mark. “The Geography of Health Insurance Regulation.” Health Affairs,
         March/April 2000.

     "Managing Health Care." CQ Researcher, April 16, 1999.

     Rosenbach, Margo, and Cheryl Young. Care Coordination and Medicaid Managed
         Care: Emerging Issues for State and Managed Care Organization. Mathematica
         Policy Research Inc., June 2000.

     Thorpe, Kenneth E. “Managed Care as Victim or Villain? Journal of Health Politics,
         October 1999.

     Tilford, John, and others. “Response to Health Insurance by Previously Uninsured
          Rural Children.” Health Services Extension, August 1, 1999.

     Unwin, Brian, and Anthony F. Jerant. “The Home Visit.” American Family
        Physician, October 1, 1999.

Mental Health

      California, Legislative Analysts‟ Office (LAO). Major Milestones: 43 Years of
        Care and Treatment of Mentally Ill. March 2, 2000.

     Goldman, William, and others. “Costs and Use of Mental Health Services Before and
         After Managed Care. “ Health Affairs, March/April 1998.

     Jensen, Gail A., and others. “Mental Health Insurance in the 1990s: Are Employers
         Offering Less to More?” Health Affairs, May/June 1998.

     “Mental Health Parity Plans, Employers, Find Loopholes.” Employee Benefit Plan
        Review, October 1999.

     National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI). Families on the Brink: The Impact of
         Ignoring Children with Serious Mental Illness: Results of a National Survey of
         Parents and Other Caregivers. Chicago: NAMI, July 1999.



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     Pacula, Rosalie Liccardo, and Roland Sturm. “Mental Health Parity Legislation:
         Much Ado About Nothing?‖ Health Service Research, June 27-29, 1999.

     Turner, Jane and Brian Kelly. “Emotional Dimensions of Chronic Disease.” The
         Western Journal of Medicine, February 1, 2000.

     Unites States Surgeon General. Mental Health. U.S. Department of Health and
         Human Services. 1999.

     Weiner, Bill. “Crazy in America.” On the Issues, Winter 1999.

Oral Health

     Magner, Marybeth, and others. “The Effects of Managed Care on the Quality of
        Dental Hygiene Care.” Journal of Dental Hygiene, September 22, 1999.

     Platt, Lawrence J, and Maritza C. Cabezas. Early Childhod Dental Caries. UCLA
          Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities. March 2000.

     Tobler, Laura. “Must Poor Kids Have Bad Teeth?” State Legislatures, May 2000.

     United States General Accounting Office. Oral Health, Factors Contributing to Low
         Use of Dental Services by Low-Income Populations. September 2000.
         GAO/HEHS-00-149.

Patient Rights

     California Healthcare Foundation. Medical Privacy and Confidentiality Survey
         Summary and Overview. January 28, 1999.

     Hackney, Claire. Medical Records. Health Policy Tracking Service, National
        Conference of State Legislatures. July 3, 2000.

     Rand Institute for Civil Justice. "Binding Arbitration is not Frequently Used to
        Resolve Health Care Disputes" (Research Brief). [Santa Monica, CA]: RAND,
        1999.

     Stauffer, Molly. Comprehensive Consumer Rights Bill. Health Policy Tracking
         Service, National Conference of State Legislatures, June 1, 2000.

     Stauffer, Molly. Consumer Grievance Procedures:Internal and Independent
         Appeals. Health Policy Tracking Service, National Conference of State
         Legislatures. June 5, 2000.




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Pharmaceuticals

      Levine, Sharon, and others. “Kaiser Permanente‟s Prescription Drug Benefit.”
        Health Affairs, March/April 2000.

     Associated Press. “Dietary Supplements No Substitute for Proper Diet.” Intelihealth,
         September 5, 2000.

     Hackney, Claire. "Pharmaceutical Assistance for the Elderly." Health Policy
        Tracking Service, National Conference of State Legislatures, September 1,
        2000.

     Herbal Drugs: Medicines or Food Supplements?” Manufacturing Chemist, January
         2000.

     Isenstein, Howard. “Out of Sight: Skyrocketing Surge Costs Threaten the Bottom
         Line of Medical Groups.” Modern Physician, February 1, 2000.

     Stuart, Bruce, and Christopher Zacker. “Who Bears the Burden of Medicaid Drug
         Copayment Policies.” Health Affairs, March/April 1999.

     The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. "Prescription Drug Trends." July 2000.

     Velazsquez, German, and Pascale Boulet. "Essential Drugs in the New International
         Economic Environment." Bulletin of the World Health Organization, March
         1999.

Public and Environmental Health

     American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Breastfeeding. "Ten Steps to
        Support Parents‟ Choice to Breastfeed Their Baby." Breastfeeding Promotion in
        Pediatric Office Practices, 2000.

     Anderson, Glen. "Children‟s Health and the Environment." Environmental Health
        Series. Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures, September
        1999.

     California. Department of Health Services. Office of AIDS. AIDS Data 6/30/00/.
         [http://www.dhs.ca.gov/AIDS]

     DeNoon, Daniel J. "Gayle: U.S. Must Address Disproportionate Aids Burden."
        AIDS Weekly Plus, September 13, 1999.

     Environmental Health Tracking Project Team, Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and
         Public Health. America’s Environmental Health Gap: Why the Country Needs a
         Nationwide Health Tracking Network. The Pew Environmental Health
         Commission. September 2000.




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     Michels, Dia L. “A Quick Look at Breastfeeding‟s Most Revolutionary Year Yet.”
        Alt Health Watch, Leaven. December 1998/January 1999.

     Plaza, Carla I. Border/Migrant Health. Health Policy Tracking Service, National
         Conference of State Legislatures. July 3, 2000.

Quality of Care

     California HealthCare Foundation. California Consumers Talk About Health Care
         Quality. January 14, 2000.

     California HealthCare Foundation. Health Care Quality in California: A Primer.
         January 2000.

     Cohen, Joel. Breast Cancer: Survival Rates and Health Plan Services. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library. January 2000.

     Devore, Elizabeth. "Nursing Homes Staff Ratios." Health Policy Tracking Service.
        National Conference of State Legislatures. August 16, 2000.

     King, Mitchell S. and Martin Lipsky. “Evaluation of Nursing Home Patients: A
         Systematic Approach Can Improve Care.” Postgraduate Medicine, February
         2000.

     Swagerty Jr. Daniel and Sally Rigler. “The Physician‟s Role in Directing Long-Term
        Care: Understanding the Rules is Important for Protecting Your Patients and
        Your Practice.” Postgraduate Medicine, February 2000.

     U.S. General Accounting Office. California Nursing Homes. Care Problems Persist
         Despite Federal and State Oversight. GAO/HEHS-980202.

Substance Abuse

     Aryan, Hala Ali. “Children of Alcoholics, Drug Addicts Get Help.” Press-Enterprise
         (Riverside), May 12, 2000.

     Buchanan, Popi. “A Deadly high: How Inhalants Kill; Real Life;The Dangers of
        Intentionally Inhaling Poisonous Fumes.” Teen Magazine, September 1, 1999.

     California Center For Health Improvement. Preventing Substance Abuse. Investing
         in Communities. 2000. Executive summary.

     California. Health and Human Services Agency. Department of Alcohol and Drug
         Programs. California Household Substance Use Survey (CAHSUS): Summary
         Report. Based on Executive summary by Western Consortium for Public
         Health. Sacramento: the Agency, February 1999.




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     HHS NEWS. Annual National Household Survey Results Released: Youth Drug Use
        Continues Downward Trend; First-Time State-by-State Data Available.
        Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, August 31,
        2000.

     California, Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Substance Abuse Treatment in
         California. July 13, 1999.

     Keeping Score on Alcohol. Washington, D.C.: Drug Strategies, [1999?].

     Mosher, James F. “Preventing Alcohol Problems Among Young People:
        Californians Support Key Public Policies." Sacramento: California Center for
        Health Improvmement, [no date].

     Needell, Barbara. Problem Area Paper: Development Outcomes for Substance-
        Exposed Infants. 1995.

     "Improving Treatment Adherence for Mothers with Substance Abuse Problems."
         The Source: Newsletter of the National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource
         Center 10, no. 1 (Spring 2000).

     U.S. General Accounting Office. Federal Drug Treatment Programs. GAO/HEHS-
         99-45R.

     U.S. General Accounting Office. "Parental Substance Abuse" (testimony). GAO-
         HEHS-98-40. 1997.




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               HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE
General

     Facts and Figures

       California Postsecondary Education Commission. The Condition of Higher
        Education in California, 2000. Sacramento: The Commission, April 2000.

     The Value of Higher Education

       Immerwahr, John. Great Expectations: How Californians View Higher
         Education. San Jose: The National Center for Public Policy and Higher
         Education, August 2000.

     Altbach, and others. American Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century: Social
         Political, and Economic Challenges. Baltimore: The John Hopkins Press, 1999.

     Astin, Alexander W. What Matters in College? Four Critical Years Revisited. San
         Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993.

     Broad, Molly Corbett, and others. The Cornerstones Report. Long Beach: California
         State University, Office of the Chancellor, December 1997.

     Immerwahr, John and Tony Foleno. Great Expectations: How the Public and Parents
        – White, African American and Hispanic– View Higher Education. San Jose:
        The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, May 2000.

     Leslie, Larry L. and Paul T. Brickman. The Economic Value of Higher Education.
         New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1988.

Distance/Online Education

       The Institute for Higher Education. Quality On the Line: Benchmarks for
        Success in Internet-Based Distance Education. Washington, DC: The Institute,
        April 2000.

The Master Plan/Structure of Higher Education

       Douglass, John Aubrey. The California Idea and American Education: 1850 to
        the 1960 Master Plan. Stanford University Press, 2000.

       Pickens, William. A Brief Primer on the Evolution, Size, and Organization of
        Higher Education in California. Los Angeles: The California Citizens
        Commission on Higher Education, 1997.




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      Benjamin, Roger, and Stephen Carroll. Restructuring Higher Education - By
         Design. Institute on Education and Training. RAND Issue Paper. Santa Monica:
         RAND, April 1993.

      California Higher Education Policy Center. Shared Responsibility: Strategies to
         Enhance Quality and Opportunity in California Higher Education: A Report to
         the Governor, the Legislature, the Higher Education Community, and the
         Citizens of California. San Jose: 1996.

      California Citizens Commission on Higher Education. A State of Learning:
         California Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century. (The Report and The
         Blueprint) Los Angeles: The Commission, June 1998.

      California. Assembly Committee on Higher Education. Master Plan for Higher
         Education in Focus: Discussion Papers. Sacramento: The Committee, 1993.

      Commission for the Review of the Master Plan for Higher Education. The Master
        Plan Renewed: Unity, Equity, Quality and Efficiency in California
        Postsecondary Education. Sacramento: The Commission, 1987. The Plan and
        Background Papers.

Access

     Bergmann, Barbara R. In Defense of Affirmative Action. New York: Basic Books,
         1996. (Book reviews available.)

     Bowen, William G., and Derek Bok. The Shape of the River: Long Term
        Consequences of Considering Race in College and University Admissions.
        Princeton: 1998.

     California Higher Education Policy Center. Tidal Wave II: An Evaluation of
         Enrollment Projections for California Higher Education. San Jose: September
         1995.

     California Postsecondary Education Commission. Providing for Progress: California
         Higher Education Enrollment Demand and Resources into the 21st Century.
         Sacramento: The Commission, February 2000.

     California Postsecondary Education Commission. Reaffirming California Higher
         Education Accessibility, Affordability, and Accountability into the 21st Century.
         Sacramento: The Commission, April 2000

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Higher Education Enrollments: Is a
         Tidal Wave Coming? Sacramento: LAO, February 1998.

     Connerly, Ward. "My Fight Against Race Preferences: A Quest Toward 'Creating
        Equal.'" Chronicle of Higher Education, March 10, 2000.



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     Eastland, Terry. Ending Affirmative Action: The Case for Colorblind Justice. New
         York: Basic Books, 1996. (Book Reviews Available)

     Jung, David, Cyrus Wadia, and Murray Haberman. Affirmative Action and the
         Courts. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
         February 1996.

     Lively, Kit. "Man Behind California Proposal Has Felt Racism's Sting." Chronicle
         of Higher Education, July 28, 1995.

     Park, George S., and Robert J. Lempert. The Class of 2014: Preserving Access to
         California High Education. Santa Monica: RAND, 1998.

     Sorensen, Stephen; Dominic J. Brewer; Stephen J. Carroll; and Eugene Bryton.
         Increasing Hispanic Participation in Higher Education: A Desirable Public
         Investment. RAND Issue Paper. Santa Monica: RAND, 1995.

Financial Assistance for Students

      American Association of State Colleges and Universities. State Student Financial
        Aid: Tough Choices and Trade-Offs for a New Generation. Washington, DC:
        The Association, February 2000.

      Leatherman, Courtney. “For T.A.‟s, Winning the Right to Unionize Is Only Half
         the Battle.” Chronicle of Higher Education, March 31, 2000.

      Reich, Robert. “How Selective Institutions Heighten Inequality. Chronicle of
         Higher Education, September 15, 1999.

      Stimpson, Catharine R. “A Dean‟s Skepticism About a Graduate –Student Union.”
         Chronicle of Higher Education, May 5, 2000.

K-12 and Higher Education

       Bullard, Chloe. Qualified Teachers for All California Students: Current Issues in
        Recruitment, Retention, Preparation, and Professional Development.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, 1998.

      Hammond, Linda Darling. Doing What Matters Most: Investing in Quality
        Teaching. New York: The National Commission of Teaching and America‟s
        Future, 1997.

      Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education. Knocking at the College
        Door: Projections of High School Graduates by State and Race/Ethnicity, 1996-
        2012. Boulder: WICHE, October 1997.




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Advanced Placement Courses

      “The New Advanced Placement Push: Emphasis on the Popular College-Level
        Courses Increases.” National Crosstalk. San Jose: The National Center for
        Public Policy and Higher Education, Summer 2000.

     Ganeshananthan, Vasugi V. “Advanced Placement Program Aces New Criticism
        Over Its Testing Standards.” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 14, 2000.

     Oaks, Jeannie, and others. Remedying Unequal Opportunities for Successful
        Participation in Advanced Placement Courses in California High Schools.
        University of California Los Angeles, January 10, 2000.

Entrance Exams

     Adelman, Clifford. “Why Can‟t We Stop Talking About the SAT?” Chronicle of
        Higher Education, November 5, 1999.

     Gose, Ben. “Seeking Diversity, 9 Colleges Try Alternative to Standardize Tests.”
        Chronicle of Higher Education, December 3, 1999.

     Healy, Patrick. “In New Guidance, Education Department Softens Its „Anti-Test‟
        Rhetoric.” Chronicle of Higher Education, January 7, 2000.

Remediation

      The Institute for Higher Education Policy. College Remediation: What It Is,
       What It Costs, What’s at Stake. Washington, DC: The Institute, December 1998.
       Executive summary.

     Committee on Educational Policy. Special Report on Remediation. Prepared for
       the Board of Trustees, California State University. Long Beach: the Committee,
       November 17, 1999.

Finance

      Benjamin, Roger, and Stephen Carroll. Breaking the Social Contract: The Fiscal
       Crisis in California Higher Education. Santa Monica: RAND, 1997.

      Pickens, William. Different Strategies Used By States and Institutions to Reduce
       Costs, Maintain Access, and Improve Quality in Higher Education. Los
       Angeles: California Citizens Commission on Higher Education, October 1997.

     Institute for Higher Education Policy. Community College Financing: Strategies
         and Challenges. Washington, DC: yhe Institute, November 1998.




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Faculty and Staff

       Leslie, David W. “Redefining Tenure Tradition Versus the New Political
        Economy of Higher Education.” In William G. Tierney, ed. Tenure Matters:
        Rethinking Faculty Roles and Rewards. American Behavioral Scientist, Volume
        41/Number 5, February 1998, pp. 652-679.

      Chait, Richard P. “Rethinking Tenure: Toward New Templates for Academic
         Employment.” Harvard Magazine, July-August 1997.

      Manger, Denise K. “The Imminent Surge in Retirements: Colleges Face a
        Generational Shift as Professors Hired for the Baby Boom Enter Their 60‟s.”
        Chronicle of Higher Education, March 17, 2000.

      Rifkin, Tronie. Public Community College Faculty. Issue Paper 4. Evaluation and
         Training Institute. Los Angeles: The Institute, 1999.

      Schevitz, Tanya. “State Faces Shortage of College Professors.” The San Francisco
         Chronicle, July 3, 2000.

Facilities and Growth

       California Postsecondary Education Commission. Opening the Central Valley: A
        Review of the Board of Regents' Proposal to Build the University of California
        Community at Merced. Sacramento: The Commission, June 1999

      California Postsecondary Education Commission. A Capacity for Growth:
         Enrollments, Resources, and Facilities for California Higher Education, 1993-
         94 to 2005-06. Sacramento: The Commission, August 1995.

Intellectual Property and Patent Ownership

     Blumenstyk, Goldie. “Berkeley Pact With a Swiss Company Takes Technology
        Transfer to a New Level.” Chronicle of Higher Education, December 11, 1998.

     Blumenstyk, Goldie. “Stanford Tries a New Approach to Licensing Its Engineering
        Patents.” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 28, 2000.

     Carlson, Scott. “When Professors Create Software, Do They Own It, or Do Their
         Colleges.” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 21, 2000.

     “Licensing Revenues and Patent Activity at 132 Universities, Fiscal 1998.” Facts
         and Figures, Chronicle of Higher Education, December 10, 1999.

     “Who Owns On-Line Courses? College Professors Start to Sort It Out.” Chronicle of
        Higher Education, December 17, 1999.



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    HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                 COMMITTEE
Markets

      Burns, John. “California Housing Market Overview.” The Meyers Group,
        presentation at the UCLA Anderson Forecast Conference, September 27, 2000.

      California. Department of Housing and Community Development. “Raising the
        Roof – California Housing Development Projections and Constraints 1997-
        2020.” May 24, 2000. (Chapter1 and Summary.)
        [http://www.hcd.ca.gov/hpd/hrc/rtr_index.html]

      Dresch, Marla, and Steven M. Sheffrin. Who Pays for Development Fees and
        Exactions? San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1997.
        Chapter 2.

     "California Housing Market Trends." [http://www.quick.net/lfc/trends/cahsng.html]

     Greenbelt Alliance and Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group. "Housing Solutions for
         Silicon Valley: Housing Solutions Report." 1999.

Affordability

      California. Assembly Local Government Committee. The Challenge of Achieving
        Jobs-Housing Balance in California in the 21st Century. Sacramento: the
        Committee, March 1999.

      U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Daily Focus,
        September 26, 2000.

      U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. "Treasury Joins HUD in
       Co-Chairing Predatory Lending Task Force" (HUD press release HUD No. 00-
       75), April 12, 2000. [http://www.hud.gov/pressrel/pr00-75.html]

     “A Dwelling Disaster; System Stymies Middle-Income Housing Construction.‖ San
         Diego Union-Tribune. January 23, 2000, G-2.

     California Budget Project. “California‟s Affordable Housing Crisis. Sacramento:
         May 2000.

     California. Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development.
         Doling out the Bonds: California’s Use of Tax-Exempt Bonds for Affordable
         Housing. Interim Hearing Briefing Paper. November 16, 1997. Sacramento:
         the Committee, 1997.




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     California. Senate. “Building Affordable Housing: Jobs, Economy and
         Neighborhoods. Background Report for the Joint Hearing of the Senate
         Committee on Housing and Land Use and Assembly Committee on Housing and
         Community Development. March 3, 1997 in: California State Legislature.
         Senate Committee on Housing and Land Use. Four Policy Pieces. Issue Papers
         on Housing Topics. December 1997.

     Herdt, Timm. “Condos no Solution if None Being Built.” Ventura County Star,
         May 27, 2000, D01.

     LePage, Andrew. "Downside to Fixing Up Cities." Sacramento Bee, September 25,
        2000, D1.

     Schafer, Robert. “Looking Into the Future: How the Aging of America Will Impact
         Senior Housing.” Urban Research Monitor 5 no. 2 (May-June 2000).

     Staley, Samuel, R., and others. A Line in the Land: Urban-Growth Boundaries,
          Smart Growth and Housing Affordability. Los Angeles: Reason Public Policy
          Institute, October 1999.

     U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “Subrprime Lending Report:
         Unequal Burden: Income and Racial Disparities in Subprime Lending in
         America.” Undated. [http://www.hud.gov/pressrel/subprime.html]

     National Housing and & Rehabilitation Association. "What is Assisted Housing?"
        [September 2000.] [http://www.housingonline.com/whatis.html]

Redevelopment

      Dardia, Michael. Subsidizing Housing-Redevelopment in San Francisco. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1998.

      Los Angeles County Community Development Commission. “Overview of
        Redevelopment.”
        [http://www.lacdc.org/economic/redevelopment/overview.htm]

      National Housing & Rehabilitation Association. “Public Housing
        Redevelopment.” [http://www.housingonline.com/phdbasics.htm]

     “Redevelopment and the Property Tax Revenue Debate.” Research Brief. Public
         Policy Institute of California. Issue 10, February 1998.

Construction Defect Litigation

      Dunstan, Roger and Jennifer Swenson. Construction Defect Litigation and the
        Condominium Market. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California
        State Library, November 1999.



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     Inman, Bradley. “Home-Defect Court Verdict Has Attention of Builders.‖ Fresno
        Bee, February 8, 1998, F1.

     LePage, Andrew. “Chill Over Condos Lawsuits Deter Projects, Builders Say.”
        Sacramento Bee, June 18, 2000, D1.

Important Web Sites for Housing:

     California Assotiation of Realtors, [http://www.car.org/]

     California Budget Project, [http://www.cbp.org/]

     California Department of Housing and Community Development,
         [http://www.hcd.ca.gov/]

     California Redevelopment Association, [http://www.ca-redevelopment.org/]

     National Housing & Redevelopment Association
         [http://www.housingonline.com/index.htm]

     U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Housing,
         [http://www.hud.gov/fha/fhahome.html]




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Child and Youth Development

      RAND. Early Childhood Interventions: Benefits, Costs, and Savings. RAND
        Research Brief (RB-5014). Santa Monica: RAND. 1998.

     Child Trends. Preventing Problems vs. Promoting the Positive: What Do We Want
         for Our Children? Research Brief. Washington, D.C.: Child Trends, May 2000.

     Eccles, Jacquelynne S. “The Development of Children Ages 6 to 14.” The Future of
         Children: When School is Out (The David and Lucille Packard Foundation) 9,
         no. 2 (Fall 1999).

     Halfon, Neal; Roberta Gonzales; and Miles Hochstein. Building Bridges for
         California’s Young Children: A 12-Point Agenda to Enhance Proposition 10.
         CPRC Report. Los Angeles: California Policy Research Center, 1999.

     Illig, David C. Birth to Kindergarten: The Importance of the Early Years.
           Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, February
           1998.

      Illig, David C. Thoughts on Implementing Proposition 10: The California Children
           and Families First Act. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California
           State Library, April 1999.

     Public/Private Ventures (P/PV). Youth Development: Issues, Challenges, and
         Directions. Introduction and Overview. Philadelphia: P/PV, Fall 2000.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear, and others. California Adolescents Ages 11-18: A Fact
        Sheet. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
        October 1999.

Child Care

      Karpilow, Kate. Understanding Child Care: A Primer for Policy Makers.
        Sacramento: California Working Families Project, 1999.

     California. Little Hoover Commission. Caring for our Children: Our Most
         Precious Investment, September 1998.

     “Child-Care Options.” CQ Researcher 8, no. 18, May 1998.

     Public Agenda Online. Necessary Compromises: How Parents, Employers and
         Children’s Advocates View Child Care Today. New York: Public Agenda,
         2000.



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     Vandell, Deborah Lowe, and Lee Shumow. “After-School Child Care Programs.”
        The Future of Children: When School is Out 9, no. 2. Los Altos: Center for the
        Future of Children, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Fall 1999.

Child Welfare Services

      California. Little Hoover Commission. Now in Our Hands: Caring for
        California’s Abused and Neglected Children. August 1999. Executive summary
        and report.

     American Humane Association. SB 2030 Child Welfare Services Workload Study:
        Executive Summary. Englewood: American Humane Association, April 2000.

     Brooks, Devon, and others. “Child Abuse and Neglect in California”; “California‟s
         System of Services Designed to Promote Child Welfare Goals”; “California‟s
         Child Welfare Challenge”; and “Innovations in Child Welfare.” Executive
         summary and excerpts from An Overview of the Child Welfare System in
         California: Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Innovations. Berkeley: Center
         for Social Services Research, January 1999.

     Center for Social Services Research (CSSR). Caseload Highlights from CWS/CMS.
         California Children‟s Services Archive. Berkeley: CSSR, May 2000.

     Geen, Rob; Shelley Waters Boots; and Karen C. Tumlin. The Cost of Protecting
        Vulnerable Children: Understanding Federal, State, and Local Child Welfare
        Spending. Occasional Paper Number 20. Assessing the New Federalism
        Program. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, January 1999.

     Geen, Rob, and Karen C. Tumlin. State Efforts to Remake Child Welfare: Responses
        to New Challenges and Increased Scrutiny. Washington D.C.: Urban Institute,
        October 1999.

     McCroskey, Jacquelyn, and William Meezan. “Family-Centered Services:
        Approaches and Effectiveness.” The Future of Children: Protecting Children
        from Abuse and Neglect (David and Lucile Packard Foundation) 8, no. 1 (Spring
        1998).

     McKim, Jenifer B. “Child Welfare Employees Have Too Little Time to Spend on
        Cases, Study Says.” The Orange County Register, July 24, 2000.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear. Children of Incarcerated Children. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, March 2000.

     U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Administration for Children and
         Families. Child Welfare Outcomes 1998: Annual Report. Washington D.C.: the
         Department, June 2000.




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     Child Protection (Child Abuse and Neglect)

      "A New Look at Child Protection." State Legislatures, December 1999.

     Findlater, Janet E., and Susan Kelly. “Child Protective Services and Domestic
         Violence.” The Future of Children: Domestic Violence and Children (David
         and Lucile Packard Foundation) 9, no. 3 (Winter 1999).

     Larner, Mary B.; Carol S. Stevenson; and Richard E. Behrman. “Protecting Children
         from Abuse and Neglect: Analysis and Recommendations.” The Future of
         Children: Protecting Children from Abuse and Neglect (David and Lucile
         Packard Foundation) 8, no. 1 (Spring 1998).

     Wood, Daniel B. “Why Child Abuse is at a 10-Year Low.” The Christian Science
        Monitor, May 1, 2000.

     Foster Care

      "Bernstein, Nell. A Rage to Do Better: Listening to Young People from the Foster
         Care System. San Francisco: Pacific News Service, May 2000.

     California. Department of Social Services. Workplan for the Reexamination of the
         Role of Group Care in a Family-Based System of Care. Report to the
         Legislature. Sacramento: the Department, April 1999. [Final report anticipated
         in 2001.]

     Geen, Rob. “In the Interest of Children: Rethinking Federal and State Policies
        Affecting Kinship Care.” Policy and Practice of Public Human Services
        (Journal of the American Public Human Services Association), March, 2000.

     U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Administration for Children and
         Families. Report to the Congress on Kinship Foster Care. Washington D.C.:
         the Department, June 2000.

     U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Administration on Children, Youth
         and Families. Title IV-E Independent Living Programs: A Decade in Review.
         Helping Young People Prepare for Their Future. Washington D.C.: U.S.
         Government Printing Office, November 1999. Executive summary.

     U.S. General Accounting Office. Foster Care: Challenges in Helping Youths Live
         Independently. Washington, D.C.: the Office, May 1999. Statement of Cynthia
         M. Fagnoni, Director of Education, Workforce, and Income Security Issues.

     U.S. General Accounting Office. Health, Education, and Human Services Division.
         Foster Care: States' Early Experiences Implementing the Adoption and Safe
         Families Act. GAO/HEHS-00-1. Washington, D.C.: December, 1999.



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     U.S. General Accounting Office. Health, Education, and Human Services Division.
         Foster Care: HHS Should Ensure That Juvenile Justice Placements Are
         Reviewed. GAO/HEHS-00-42. Washington D.C.: the Office, June 2000.

     Adoption

      Rainey, James. “Foster Child Adoptions Soar in California.” Los Angeles Times,
        May 8, 2000.

     Charles, Kristi, and Jennifer Nelson. Permanency Planning: Creating Life Long
         Connections. What Does It Mean for Adolescents? Tulsa: National Resource
         Center for Youth Development, April 2000.

     Christian, Steve, and Lisa Ekman. A Place to Call Home: Adoption and
         Guardianship for Children in Foster Care. Denver: National Conference of
         State Legislatures, March 2000.

Adult and Senior Services

      Bathan, Sigrid. “Taking Care of Our Elderly.” California Journal, March 1999.

     Baron, Sandra, and Adele Welty. “Abuse and Neglect of Older Persons.” In
         Lawrence A. Frolik, ed., Aging and the Law: An Interdisciplinary Reader, 582-
         84. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999.

     California. Department of Social Services. Disability and Adult Programs Division.
         Implementing Public Authorities and Nonprofit Consortia to Deliver In-Home
         Supportive Services. Report to the Legislature. Sacramento: the Department,
         July 2000. Executive summary and charts and tables.

     California. Department of Social Services. Research and Development Division.
         Early Impact of Senate Bill 2199: Opening the Door for Adult Protective
         Services Program. Sacramento: the Department, May 2000.

     California. Department of Social Services. Research and Development Division.
         In-Home Supportive Services: Examining Caseload and Costs during State
         Fiscal Year 1996-97 through 1998-99. Sacramento: the Department, February
         2000.

Individuals with Disabilities

      Scales, Julie, and Donna Folkemer. Ticket to Work: Medicaid Buy-in Options for
        Working People with Disabilities. Denver: National Conference of State
        Legislatures, July 2000.

     Blair, Jayson. “Online Deliveries Lighten Burden for the Disabled.” New York
         Times on the Web, September 5, 2000.



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     Braddock, David. “Aging and Developmental Disabilities: Demographic and Policy
         Issues Affecting American Families.‖ Mental Retardation 37, no. 22, April
         1999.

     California. Department of Developmental Services. Consumer Fact Book.
         Sacramento: the Department, August 1999.

     California. State Auditor. Bureau of State Audits. California’s Vocational
         Rehabilitation Program: Although Federal Requirements Have Contributed to
         Its Rising Costs, by More Effectively Managing the Program, the Department of
         Rehabilitation Can Better Serve More Californians With Disabilities.
         Sacramento: Bureau of State Audits, February 2000.

     Davis, DeWayne L.; Wendy Fox-Grage; and Shelly Gehshan. Deinstitutionalization
         of Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A Technical Assistance Report for
         Legislators. Denver: National Conference of State Legislatures, January 2000.

     U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Assistant Secretary
         for Planning and Evaluation. State Welfare-to-Work Policies for People with
         Disabilities: Changes Since Welfare Reform. Washington, D.C.: the
         Department, October 1998.

Family Stress

     Congressional Quarterly, Inc. “Fatherhood Movement: Can it reduce the number of
        fatherless children?” CQ Researcher 10, no. 21 (June 2000).

     Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF). Approaches to Child Abuse and
        Domestic Violence: Working Together to Make Peace at Home. San Francisco:
        FVPV, 1999.

     Moore, Kristin Anderson, and Sharon Vandivere. Stressful Family Lives: Child and
        Parent Well-Being. Child Trends and The Urban Insititute, New Federalism
        National Survey of America‟s Families. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute,
        June 2000.

     The National League of Cities; National School Board Association; Joe DiMaggio
         Children‟s Hospital; and Youth Crime Watch of America. Ten Critical Threats
         to America’s Children: Warning Signs for the New Millennium. A Report to the
         Nation. November 1999.

     Substance Abuse

      National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. No Safe Haven: Children of
        Substance-Abusing Parents. New York: Columbia University, January 1999.
        Introduction and executive summary.



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     Child Welfare League of America. “Beyond the Boundaries of Child Welfare:
         Connecting with Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Family Violence, and Mental Health
         Systems.” From “Responding to Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Child
         Welfare.” Spectrum: The Journal of State Government, Winter 1999.

Family Economic Supports

      U.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Poverty Rate Lowest in
        20 Years, Household Income at Record High, Census Bureau Reports. Press
        Release; and Map/Data from March 1981 through March 2000 Current
        Population Survey. Washington, D.C.: the Department, September 2000.

     Bernstein, Jared, and others. Pulling Apart: A State-by-State Analysis of Income
         Trends. Washington, D.C.: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and
         Economic Policy Institute, January 2000.

     “Child Poverty: Did welfare reform help poor children?” CQ Researcher 10, no. 12,
        (April 2000).

     National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP). Child Poverty in the United
         States; Child Poverty in the States: Levels and Trends from 1979 to 1998; and
         Child Poverty in California. New York: NCCP, 2000.

     For additional information, see U.S. Census Bureau, [http://www.census.gov/]; Child
         Trends, Inc., [http://www.childtrends.org]; National Center on Child Poverty,
         [http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/dept/nccp]

     Child Support

      Waller, Maureen, and Robert Plotnick. Child Support and Low-Income
       Families: Perceptions, Practices, and Policy. San Francisco: Public Policy
       Institute of California, November 1999. Research Brief and Report.

     Menard, Anne, and Vicki Turetsky. “Child Support Enforcement and Domestic
        Violence.” Juvenile and Family Court Journal 50, no. 2 (Spring 1999).

     National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL). “How Does the Child Support
         System Affect Low-Income Fathers?” Excerpt from Connecting Low-Income
         Fathers and Families: A Guide to Practical Policies. Washington, D.C.: NCSL,
         2000.

     Wolk, James L., and Sandra Schmahl. “Child Support Enforcement: The Ignored
        Component of Welfare Reform.” Families in Society: The Journal of
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     Work Incentives

      Scholz, John Karl. “Not Perfect, But Still Pretty Good: How the Earned Income
        Tax Credit Supports Low-Income Working Families.” In Helping Poor Kids
        Succeed: Welfare, Tax, and Early Intervention Policies, edited by Karen
        Bogenschneider and Jessica Mills. Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars and The
        Early Childhood Excellence in Education Evaluation Project. Madison: Center
        for Excellence in Family Studies, January 2000.

     Berlin, Gordon L. Encouraging Work, Reducing Poverty: The Impact of Work
         Incentive Programs. New York: Manpower Demonstration Research
         Corporation, March 2000.

     Johnson, Nicholas. A Hand Up: How State Earned Income Tax Credits Help
         Working Families Escape Poverty in 2000: An Overview. Washington, D.C.:
         Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, revised July 2000.

Welfare Reform

      Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Windows of Opportunity: Strategies to
        Support Low-Income Families in the Next Stage of Welfare Reform.
        Washington, D.C.: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, March 2000.

     Besharov, Douglas J., and Peter Germanis. “Welfare Reform--Four Years Later.”
         The Public Interest 140 (Summer 2000).

     Blum, Barbara, and others. Welfare Research Perspectives: Past, Present, and
        Future. 2000 Edition. New York: National Center for Children in Poverty,
        August 2000.

     Federal Funds Information for States. Anticipating Welfare Reauthorization. State
         Policy Reports 18, issue 13 (July 2000).

     Joint Center for Poverty Research (JCPR). Poverty Research News 4, no.4 (July-
         August, 2000). Issue 4 - This issue discusses the effects of welfare reform on
         children.

     Leonard, Paul. Welfare-to-Work Block Grants: Are They Working? Washington,
         D.C.: The Brookings Institution, [2000]. Executive summary.

     CalWORKs

      RAND. How Goes CalWORKS? Statewide CalWORKS Evaluation Research
        Brief. Santa Monica: RAND, 1999.

     Burris, Joyce, and Chloe Bullard. Evaluating Welfare Reform: Measuring Child and
         Family Well-Being. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State
         Library, September 1998.

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     California Budget Project (CBP). Housing Matters for CalWORKs Families.
         Sacramento: CBP, July 2000.

     California Institute for Mental Health (CIMH). The CalWORKs Project Six County
         Case Study—Alameda, Kern, Los Angeles, Monterey, Shasta, Stanislaus.
         Sacramento: CIMH, April 2000. Executive summary.

     California. Department of Social Services. Program Planning and Performance
         Division. CalWORKs Leavers Survey: A Statewide Telephone Survey of Former
         CalWORKs Recipients. Sacramento: the Department, January 2000.

     Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). What Drives California’s Welfare
         Caseload? San Francisco: PPIC, June 2000. Research Brief.

Collaboration and Integrated Services

      Melaville, Tia. Making a Difference for Children and Families: The Community
        Approach. Sacramento: Foundation Consortium, November, 1999. What
        Works Policy Brief.

     Barthauer, Linda, and Neal Halfon. Supporting Children and Families:
         Communities, Schools, Employers Play Key Roles. Sacramento: California
         Center for Health Improvement, 2000. Growing Up Well: Focus on Prevention.

     Dunkle, Margaret C., and Stephanie A. Surles. Mixed Results: Lessons Learned
        from a Case Study of Interagency Collaboration. Washington D.C.: The Policy
        Exchange, The Institute for Educational Leadership, 1998.

     Farrow, Frank, and Sid Gardner. Citizens Making Decisions: Local Governance
         Making Change. Sacramento: Foundation Consortium, March, 1999. What
         Works Policy Brief.

     Friedman, Mark. Reforming Finance; Financing Reform for Family and Children’s
         Services. Sacramento: Foundation Consortium, January 2000. What Works
         Policy Brief.

     Hutchins, John. Coming Together for Children and Families: How Cabinet Level
         Collaboration is Changing State Policymaking. Washington D.C.: Family
         Impact Seminar, 1998. Summary Report.

     Jordan, Pat. Integrated Services for Children and Families. Sacramento: California
         Institute for Mental Health, [1998].

     Schorr, Lisbeth; Kathleen Sylvester; and Margaret Dunkle. Strategies to Achieve a
         Common Purpose: Tools for Turning Good Ideas into Good Policies.
         Washington D.C.: The Policy Exchange, The Institute for Educational
         Leadership, 1999.



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Automobile

      Auto Club of Southern California. “Understanding Auto Insurance.” 1998.
        [http://www.aaa-calif.com/insurance/auto/understand.asp]

      California. “Los Angeles Low Cost Auto Insurance Program: How do we
        Guarantee Success? Assembly Committee on Insurance. Briefing paper.
        Undated.

     “Weston, Liz Pulliam, “Quackenbush‟s Exit May Delay Insurance Hikes,” Los
        Angeles Times, June 29, 2000, Business section, p. 2 (Home Edition).

     Breznican, Anthony. “Agents Balk at Promoting State‟s Low-Income Car Insurance
         Program.” Associated Press State and Local Wire, July 19, 2000.

     California. Department of Insurance. California Low Cost Automobile Insurance
         Program. Sacramento: the Department.

     California. Department of Insurance. Characteristics of Uninsured Motorist,
         Sacramento: the Department, February 1999. Executive summary and
         "Background."

     California. Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO). “Proposition 103--One Year Later.”
         In The 1990-91 Budget: Perspectives and Issues, 345-367. Sacramento, CA:
         LAO, 1990.

     California Low-Cost Automobile Insurance Program,
         [http://www.insurance.ca.gov/CSD/Low_Cost_Auto_Insurance/CAILCP.htm]

     Carroll, Steven J., and Allan F. Abrahamse. The Effects of a Choice, Automobile
         Insurance, Plan on Insurance, Costs and Compensation: An Updated Analysis.
         RAND. Santa Monica, California, 1998.

     Kravets, David. “Groups Rap Insurance Pricing.” Ventura County Star, September
         13, 2000, A4.

     Mulkern, Anne C. “Auto Insurance Premiums to Rise.” Orange County Register,
        Morning Edition, August 25, 2000 p. A1.

Earthquake Insurance

     California. Senate Insurance Committee. Consumers on Shaky Ground: An
         Assessment of the California Earthquake Authority. Sacramento: the Committee
         2000.


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     California. Senate Insurance Committee. The Department of Insurance: In Rubble
         After Northridge. Sacramento: the Committee, 2000.

     Opatrny, Dennis J. “Judge Urged to Void Quake Deals.” The Recorder, July 11,
         2000, p. 1.

     Also see California Earthquake Authority:
         [http://www.earthquakeauthority.com/data/index.html].

Flood Insurance

      U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency. What You Need to Know About
        Federal Disaster Assistance & National Flood Insurance.
        [www.fema.gov/nfip/know.htm]

     For further information, see Federal Emergency Management Agency,
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Long-Term Care

      Fox-Grage, Wendy, and Tina Shaw. “The Crisis Ahead in Long-Term Care.”
        State Legislatures, April 2000.

     National Conference of State Legislatures, Forum for State Health Policy
         Leadership. The Task Force Report: Long-Term Care Reform in the States.
         (Denver: NCSL, July 1997).

     U.S. General Accounting Office, Long-Term Care Insurance: Better Information
         Critical to Prospective Purchasers, GAO/T-HEHS-00-196. Washington D.C.:
         U.S. Government Printing Office, September 13, 2000.

Property

     Clifford, Robert C., and G. Edward Rudloff. “Property Insurance in General.” In
          California Insurance Law and Practice (Chapter 35). San Francisco: Mathew
          Bender, 1998.

     Louis, Arthur. “Disaster Could Leave You With Less Than A Full House.” San
         Francisco Chronicle, November 2, 1999, Business section, p. C1.

     Pasich, Kirk A. “Insurance When Disaster Strikes.” California Lawyer, June 1997,
         61-65.

Regulation and Enforcement

     California. Assembly Committee on Insurance, Final Report on Department of
         Insurance Enforcement Practices and Priorities. Sacramento: the Committee,
         2000.



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     Cleasby, Donald, and Nancy M. Schroeder. “Regulatory Reform Consequences of
         „Baby Steps.‟" Journal of Insurance Regulation 18, no. 3 Spring 2000.

     Department of Insurance. 1998 Commissioner’s Report on Underserved
        Communities. Sacramento: the Department, [1999].
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     “Department of Insurance.” Regulatory Law Report 17 no. 1 (Winter 2000), 151-
        169.

     Elay, David. “Rate and Form Regulation in the Twenty-First Century,” Journal of
         Insurance Regulation 18, no. 3 (Spring 2000).

     Hallett, Douglas. “What Multiple Failures Tell Us.” Los Angeles Times, July 6,
         2000, Metro Part B, p. 11.

     Mathew Bender & Co. “California Insurance Law: Overview.” In California
        Insurance Law and Practice (Chapter 1). San Francisco: Mathew Bender, 1998.

     Opartny, Dennis. “Judge Orders State Farm.” The Recorder, September 14, 2000.

      U.S. General Accounting Office. Insurance Regulation: Scandal Highlights Needs
         for States to Strengthen Regulatory Oversight. GAO/T-GGD-OO-209.
         Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, September 2000.

     Vogel, Nancy. “Dozens of AIDS Patients Arrested in Life Insurance Scams.” Los
        Angeles Times (online), September 26, 2000.

     For further information, see California Department of Insurance,
          [http://www.insurance.ca.gov/docs/index.html]

Workers Compensation

      California. Assembly Committee on Insurance, Informational Hearing on
        Workers’ Compensation Issues, Sacramento: March 1999

     Benjamin, Marc. “California Business Brace for 18% rate Increase.” Fresno Bee.
         Home Edition Business C1. January 27, 2000.

     LePage, Andrew. “Takeover Of Major Insurer In Work: Workers‟ Comp Firm
        Called Underfunded.” Sacramento Bee, March 4, 2000, Metro final edition,
        Business C1.

     May, Meredith. “Workers‟ Comp is Straining Schools Budget.” San Francisco
        Chronicle. East Bay Edition September 13, 2000 pA 17 .

     Peterson, Mark A.; Robert T. Reville; and Rachel Kaganoff Stern. Compensating
         Permanent Workplace Injuries. Santa Monica: RAND, 1998.

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     Rohrlich, Ted and Evelyn Larrubia. “Public Fraud Unit Favors Those Who Privately
        Fund It.” Los Angeles Times,August 6, 2000, A1.

Unemployment Insurance

     California Budget Project. Making the Unemployment Insurance System Work for
         California’s Low Wage Workers, Sacramento: California Budget Project,
         August 1997. [http://www.cbp.org/reports/9708ui.html]

     Sherriff, Rona Levine. Financing Unemployment Insurance: Protecting California’s
         Jobless Workers and Employers in a Changing Economy. Sacramento: Senate
         Office of Research, September 1998.
         [http://www.sen.ca.gov/sor/Unemploy.htm]




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             ECONOMY COMMITTEE
On-line Searchable Sources of California Economic Data

     1998 California Counties Establishments, Employment, and Wages
          [http://commerce.ca.gov/california/economy/es202/1998%20Data/Co98_202.htm]

     1998 Selected California Industries By County
          [http://commerce.ca.gov/california/economy/es202/1998%20Data/Industry98_202.htm]

     1998 Statewide Establishments, Employment, and Wages
          [http://commerce.ca.gov/california/economy/es202/1998%20Data/CA98_202.htm]

     California. Department of Finance, Latest California Economic Data. Employment,
         Income, Construction, Prices (CPI), Trade Information, Miscellaneous
         Economic Data, Economic Data Definitions and Sources, and Forecasts
         [http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/FS_DATA/LatestEconData/Data_home.htm]

     U.S. Office of Trade and Economic Data (States, metropolitan and other import and
         export data) [http://www.ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea]

Economic Development Issues

      California Council on Science and Technology. California Report on the
        Environment for Science and Technology. Sacramento: the Council, 1999.

      Center for the Continuing Study of the California Economy. Smart Public
        Investments for the California Economy: Information and Analysis for
        Infrastructure Planning. Palo Alto: the Center, 1999.

      Working Partnership USA. Walking the Life-Long Tight Rope. San Jose: the
        Partnership, 1999.

     California. Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO). Perspectives on the Economy and
         Demographics 2000-0, Perspectives and Issues (Part II). Sacramento: LAO,
         February 2000.
         [http://www.lao.ca.gov/analysis_2000/2000_pandi/part2/pandi_pt2_2000.pdf]

     California. Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO). California's Changing Income
         Distribution. Sacramento: LAO, August 2000.
         http://www.lao.ca.gov/0800_inc_dist/0800_income_distribution.pdf

     DeVol, Ross. America’s High-Tech Economy: Growth, Development and Risks for
        Metropolitan Areas. Santa Monica: Milken Institute, July 13, 1999.




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     Koehler, Gus, and Rosa Moller. Business Capital Needs in California: Designing a
        Program. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
        April 1998.

     Levy, Frank. “Rhetoric and Reality: Making Sense of the Income Gap Debate,”
         Harvard Business Review, September/October 1999, 163-70.

On-line Sources on Regional Economic Development Issues

     California Central Coast Marketing Group, [http://www.ca-central-coast.org]

     California State University, Chico, Center for Economic Development,
         [http://www.csuchico.edu/cedp]

     California's Central Valley, [http://www.californiacv.com]

     Inland Empire Economic Partnership, [http://www.ieep.com]

     Joint Venture Silicon Valley Network, [http://www.jointventure.org]

     Los Angeles County Economic Development Commission, [http://www.laedc.org]

     Los Angeles Regional Technology Alliance, [http://www.larta.org]

     NorCal Industrial Development Executives Association, [http://www.norcalidea.org]

     Orange County Business Council, [http://www.ocbc.org]

     Sacramento Area Commerce Trade Association, [http://www.sactoedc.org]

     San Diego Regional Economic Development Commission,
         [http://www.sandiegobusiness.org]

     San Francisco Bay Area Marketing Partnership, [http://www.bayareafirst.org]

Regional Economic Initiatives and Collaboration

      Collaborative Economics. “Innovative Regions: The Importance of Place and
        Networks in the Innovative Economy.” October 1999.

      James Irvine Foundation. State of the Regions Report: The 1998 Civic
        Entrepreneur Summit, San Diego, CA. San Diego, 1999.

      Saxenian, AnnaLee. Silicon Valley’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1999.

     Bay Area Economic Forum and Bay Area Council. The Bay Area: Winning in the
         New Global Economy: A Profile of Comparative Economic Performance. San
         Francisco: the Forum and the Council, 1999.


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     Bay Area Economic Forum. The Bay Area’s Research Institutions: How an
         Extensive Research and Development Infrastructure Drives the Region’s
         Innovative, Knowledge-Based Economy. San Francisco: the Forum, March 1999.

     Joint Venture/Silicon Valley. Joint Venture’s 2000 Index of Silicon Valley. San
         Jose: 2000.

     Humboldt County Office of Economic Development. Prosperity: The North Coast’s
        Strategy for the New Economy. [Eureka, CA]: the County, 1999.

     Southern California Association of Governments. New Solutions for a New
         Economic Environment: The Economy Chapter Regional Comprehensive Plan
         and Guide. Claremont: the Association, 1999.

     The Sierra Business Council. Sierra Nevada Wealth Index. [Truckee, CA]: the
         Council, 1999. [http://www.sbcouncil.org/wealth.htm]

High Technology

      California. Trade and Commerce Agency. Small Manufacturing Competitiveness
        Strategy. Sacramento: the Agency, April 2000.

      Committee on Technology, National Science and Technology Council. National
        Nanotechnology Initiative: Leading to the Next Industrial Revolution.
        Washington, D.C.: The White House, February 2000.

      Joy, Bill. “The Future Doesn‟t Need Us: Robotics, Genetic Engineering, and
        Nanotech. ” Wired, April 2000, 238-62.

     Ackbarali, P. Kenneth. The Contribution of Hispanic Labor to the Success of
        Business in Inner City Areas of Los Angeles County: A Case Study of Five
        Manufacturing Firms. Los Angeles: The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, 2000.

     Carey, Steven. An Executive Guide to Space: A Starting Point for Understanding
         Space in the New Millennium. Santa Monica: RAND, 1998.

     ED>Net (California Community Colleges). Economic Development Program
        California Community Colleges. Sacramento: ED>Net, 2000.

     Internet Computing Online. “An Internet Millennial Forecast Mosaic.” 2000.
          [http://www.computer.org/internet/v4n1/index.htm]

      “Latinos and Telecommunications Policy” (set of related articles). Latino Journal
         3, no. 1 (1998), 20-31.




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E-Commerce

      University of Texas. Measuring the Internet Economy. Austin: the University,
        October 1999.

     U.S. Government Working Group on Electronic Commerce. Towards Digital
         Equality, Second Annual Report, 1999. Washington D.C.: The White House,
         1999.

     U.S. Internet Council. State of the Internet 2000. Washington D.C.: International
         Technology and Trade Association, Sept. 1, 2000.

Foreign Trade Policy and the Global Economy

(See also under UTILITIES AND COMMERCE.)

      Council on Competitiveness. Going Global: The New Shape of American
        Innovation. Washington, D.C.: the Council, 1998.

      Koehler, Gus. California Trade Policy. Sacramento: California Research Bureau,
        California State Library, November 1999.

      Mander, Jerry and Edward Goldsmith. The Case Against the Global Economy.
        San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1996.

     Armstrong, David. “Extolling Exports: Trade Secretary Touts Golden State Around
        the World.” San Francisco Examiner, September 3, 2000, B-1.

     California. Trade and Commerce Agency. California Exports: 1999.
         [http://commerce.ca.gov/international/facts/1999.html]

     California. Trade and Commerce Agency. Surging Exports Strengthen Trade Boom
         in California. February 29, 2000.

     Dedrick, Jason, and Juan Palacios. Impact of Economic Integration on the Computer
        Sector in Mexico and the United States. Irvine: Center for Research on
        Information Technology and Organizations, University of California, Irvine,
        June 1999.

     Jenner, Stephen; Wim Douw; and Boudewijn Koops. “Sourcing Strategies of Asian
         Manufacturers and the Development of Local Linkages in San Diego and
         Tijuana.” Journal of Borderlands Studies XIII, no. 2 (Fall 1998), 19-47.

     Kuttner, Robert. “A Turning Point in the Globalization Debate,” San Diego Union-
         Tribune (December 5, 1999), G-3




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     Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation. International Trade
         Trends and Impacts: The Los Angeles Region. Los Angeles: Los Angeles
         County Economic Development Corporation, 2000.

     Schweke, William. “Could Economic Development Become Illegal in the New
        World Order?” Alternatives 7, no. 8 (November 1999).

     “The New Economy.” Business Week, January 11, 2000.

NAFTA and World Trade Organization

(See also under UTILITIES AND COMMERCE.)

      California. Environmental Protection Agency. California-Baja California Border
        Environmental Infrastructure Needs Assessment. Sacramento: the Agency, 1998.

      California. Trade and Commerce Agency. “NAFTA: A Preliminary Assessment
        of the Agreement‟s Impact on California.” April 1997.

      Stumberg, Robert. California: Democracy, World Trade and WTO. Sacramento:
        Office of Senator Tom Hayden, March 2000.

     Benson, Robert. “Constitution? Forget It! NAFTA Rules,” Los Angeles Times, June
         24, 1999, B-9.

     Border Institute. The U.S.-Mexican Border Environment: A Road Map to a
         Sustainable 2020. Rio Rico, Arizona: Border Institute, December 1999.

     Cleeland, Nancy. “WTO Summit in Seattle; Labor Leaders want Worker Safeguards
         build into Trade Accords,” Los Angeles Times, December 3, 1999, A-19.

     Drenan, Todd. “Where the Action's At: The U.S.-Mexican Border.” AgExporter
         (U.S. Department of Agriculture) XI, no. 1 (January 1999).
         [http://ffas.usda.gov/info/agexporter/1999/wherethe.html]

     Flanigan, James. “World Economy Whistles in the Dark.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 24, 2000, C-1.

     Barshefsky, Charlene. “Hanging in the Balance; What China‟s WTO Accession can
         mean for Southern California.” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 17, 2000, B-7.

     Iritani, Evelyn. “Trade Pacts Accused of Subverting U.S. Policies.” Los Angeles
          Times, February 28, 1999, A-1.

     Lehman, John. U.S. Mexico Border Ten-Year Outlook: Environmental,
        Infrastructure, Funding Projections. San Antonio, Texas: North American
        Development Bank, [1999?].



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     Lelyveld, Michael. “US may defend, oppose State‟s sanctions law.” Journal of
         Commerce, February 3, 1999.

     Moller, Rosa. Effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on
        State Policies. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State
        Library, September 1995.

     Neely, Michelle. Paper Tigers? How the Asian Economies Lost Their Bite.
         St. Louis: Federal Reserve Bank, January 1999.

     O‟Connell, Jock. “WTO, State Law on Collision Course.” Los Angeles Times,
        January 23, 2000, M-6.

     Peach, James and Richard Adkisson. “NAFTA and Economic Activity Along the
         U.S.-Mexico Border.” Journal of Economic Issues XXXIV, no. 2 (June 2000).

     Rosen, Ruth. “Activists Promote Fair Trade”, San Francisco Chronicle (September
         19, 2000), A-19.

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Committee on Binational Regional
         Opportunities.” [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/binational/cobro.html]

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Border Transportation.”
         [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/binational/transport.html]

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Environmental Projects,”
         [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/binational/transport.html]

     Stumberg, Robert (contact). "Defending the Massachusetts Burma Law." Harrison
         Institute for Public Law, Georgetown University Law Center, 2000. Pages 1-11.

     Sweedler, Alan. “Energy and Environment in the California-Baja California Border
        Region: Summary.” In Alan Sweedler, Paul Anster, and Patricia Bennet, Energy
        and Environment in the California-Baja California Border Region. Institute for
        Regional Studies of the Californias, 1995.

     Zarembo, Alan. “A Long Road to Free Trade: Mexican Truck Driving After
         NAFTA.” Newsweek International, February 2000, 54.

Public Participation and Information Technology

(Also see under UTILITIES AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE.)

      Pickles, John. “Representations in an Electronic Age.” In John Pickles, ed.,
        Ground Truth: The Social Implications of Geographic Information Systems.
        New York: Guilford Press, 1999. Pages 1-30.




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     Koehler, Gus. “A Sampling of Community Based Resources to Bridge the Digital
        Divide,” a memo prepared for the California Research Bureau, January 1, 2000.

Genetic Engineering and Genetically Modified Food

      Reis, Michael and Roger Straughan. Improving Nature? The Science and Ethics
        of Genetic Engineering. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

      The Center for Food Safety. “Petition Seeking the Establishment of Mandatory
        Pre-Market Safety Testing, Pre-Market Environmental Review and Labeling for
        all Genetically Engineered Foods.” Citizen Petition Before the United States
        Food and Drug Administration, 1999.

      U.S. National Science Foundation. Genetically Modified Pest-Protected Plants.
        Washington, DC: the Foundation, 2000.

     Danish Ministry of Trade and Industry. An Ethical Foundation for Genetic
         Engineering Choices. Copenhagen, Denmark: 1999.

     Garber, Ken. “The Next Wave of the Genomics Business.” Technology Review,
         July/August 2000, 47-66.




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On-line Searchable Codes and Judicial Opinions

California Law. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html

California Judicial Council. California Courts: Opinions of the Supreme Court and
Courts of Appeal. http://courtinfo.ca.gov/opinions

U.S. Code. http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode

U.S. Supreme Court Collection. http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct

California Constitutional and Judicial History

      Grodin, Joseph P.; Calvin R. Massey; and Richard B. Cunningham. “The
        Constitutional History of California.” In The California State Constitution, A
        Reference Guide. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1993: 1-34.

     Scheiber, Harry N. “Innovation, Resistance, and Change: A History of Judicial
         Reform and the California Courts, 1960-1990." Southern California Law
         Review, July 1999: 2049-2120.

     Scheiber, Harry N., and Charles Ruhlin. “An Effective California Judicial System for
         the 21st Century.” In Bruce Cain and Roger Noll, eds., Constitutional Reform in
         California. Berkeley: California Policy Seminar, 1995: 107-126.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

      Smith, William C. “Much To Do about ADR: Alternative dispute resolution has
        found a place in the U.S. justice system and in most practices.” American Bar
        Association Journal, June 2000.

     Aarons, Anthony. “Packaging ADR.” California Lawyer, February 1998, 27, 68-69.

     McNeil, Ian R. “Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration.”
        American Arbitration Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 1992, 3-11.

     Reuben, Richard C. “Constitutional Gravity: A Unitary Theory of Alternative
        Dispute Resolution and Public Civil Justice.” UCLA Law Review, April 2000, 2-
        153.

     Rolph, Elizabeth; Erick Moller; and Laura Peterset. Escaping the Courthouse;
         Private Alternative Dispute Resolution in Los Angeles. Santa Monica, CA:
         RAND, 1994.




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“Death with Dignity”

      Mesler, Mark A., and Pamela J. Miller. “Hospice and Assisted Suicide: The
        Structure and Process of an Inherent Dilemma.” Death Studies 24 (2000): 135-
        155

     Filene, Peter G. In the Arms of Others; A Cultural History of the Right-to-Die in
          America. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1998.

     Miller, Pamela J. “Life After Death with Dignity: The Oregon Experience.” Social
         Work 45 (May 2000): 263.

     New England Journal of Medicine (editorial). “Physician-Assisted Suicide and
        Euthanasia in Practice.” Vol. 342, no. 8 (February 24, 2000).

Domestic Partnerships

      Carrillo-Heian, M.R. “Domestic Partnership in California: Is It a Step Towards
        Marriage?” McGeorge Law Review, Winter 2000, 3-27.

     Daley, Suzanne. “French Couples Take Plunge That Falls Short of Marriage,” The
         New York Times, April 18, 2000, A1.

     O‟Hanlan, Katherine A. “Domestic Partnership Benefits at Medical Universities.”
        Journal of the American Medical Association 282, (October 6, 1999): 1289

Domestic Violence

      Babb, Barbara A. “Fashioning An Interdisciplinary Framework for Court Reform
        in Family Law: A Blueprint to Construct a Unified Family Court.” Southern
        California Law Review, March 1998, 3-66.

     Chalk, Rosemary, and Patricia A. King. “Facing Up to Family Violence.” Issues in
         Science and Technology, Winter 1998-99, 39-46.

     Rottman, David B.; Carol R. Flango; Melissa T. Cantrell; Randall Hansen; and Neil
         LaFountain. Selections from “Highlights,” “State Court Organization,” and
         “Trial Courts.” State Court Organization 1998. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of
         Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, June 2000, ix-x, 236-247, 322.

     Office for Victims of Crime. “Chapter 9; Domestic Violence.” 2000 National Victim
         Assistance Academy. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, 2000.

     Thaemert, Rita. “Strengthening Protection Orders.” NCSL LegisBriefs (National
         Conference of State Legislatures) 7, no. 35, August/September, 1999.




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Jury Reform

      Blue Ribbon Commission on Jury System Improvement. Final Report of the Blue
        Ribbon Commission on Jury System Improvement. Sacramento: the
        Commission, 1996.

      Judicial Council. A Guide to California Jury Service.
         http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/jury

     Bureau of Justice Statistics. “Part VI: The Jury.” State Court Organization 1998.
         Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice. Pp. 261-285.

     Council for Court Excellence. Juries for the Year 2000 and beyond; Proposals to
        Improve the Jury Systems in Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: the Council,
        1998. Executive summary.

     Curriden, Mark. “Putting the Squeeze on Juries.” ABA Journal, August 2000, 52-53.

     Feser, John M. Jr. “The California Civil Grand Jury: From Watchdogs to Watched
         Dogs.” McGeorge Law Review, Winter 1999, 95-134.

     Lakamp, Natasha K. “Deliberating Juror Predeliberation Discussions: Should
         California Follow the Arizona Model?” UCLA Law Review, February 1998, 3-
         35.

Mental Health Commitment

      Stavis, Paul F. Civil Commitment: Past, Present and Future. Address at the
         National Conference of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Washington,
         D.C.: July 21, 1995.

     Bureau of Justice Assistance. Mental Health Courts. Washington, D.C.: U.S.
         Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance,
         April 2000.

     Delaney, Tracy. Outpatient Civil Commitment. Denver: National Conference of
         State Legislatures, July 2000.

     Jacobs, Carla; Elizabeth Galton; and Beth Howard. A New Vision for Mental Health
         Treatment Laws; A Report by the Lanterman, Petris, Short Task Force. The
         Task Force, 1999.

     Winick, Bruce J. “Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Civil Commitment Hearing.”
        University of San Diego School of Law Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues.
        1999, 37-85.




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Representation of Children

       Edwards, Leonard P., and Inger J. Sagatun. “Symposium: Domestic Violence,
         Child Abuse, and the Law: Who Speaks for the Child?” The University of
         Chicago Law School Roundtable, 1995, 443-473.

      Fordham Law Review. Special Issue; Ethics Issues in the Legal Representation of
          Children. Includes “Proceedings of the Conference on Ethical Issues in the
          Legal Representation of Children,” various “Articles” and “Responses to the
          Conference.” Vol. LXIV, no. 4, March 1996.

      Haralambie, Ann M. “The Role of the Child‟s Attorney in Protecting the Child
          Throughout the Litigation Process.” North Dakota Law Review, 1995, 974-1019.

      Meyer, John David. “The „Best Interest of the Child‟ Requires Independent
         Representation of Children in Divorce Proceedings.” Brandeis Journal of
         Family Law, Summer 1997, 303-358.

      Sommer, Christina Dugger. “Empowering Children: Granting Foster Children the
         Right to Initiate Parental Rights Termination Proceedings.” Cornell Law
         Review, July 1994, 474-543.

Privacy

       Privacy Journal. “Ranking of States in Privacy Protections.” And “States Creating
          Own Telemarketing Do-Not-Call Lists.” Privacy Journal, October 7, 1999.

      Electronic Privacy Information Center. Surfer Beware III: Privacy Policies without
          Privacy Protection. December 1999. [http://www.epic.org]

      Fromholz, Julia M. “The European Union Data Privacy Directive.” 2000 Berkeley
          Technology Law Journal. Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, 2000.

      Givens, Beth. “Symposium on Internet Privacy: Privacy Expectations in High Tech
          World; Opening Presentation.” Santa Clara Computer and High Technology
          Law Journal, May 2000, 147-178.

      Thaemert, Rita. “State Public Records Privacy.” NCSL LegisBriefs (National
          Conference of State Legislatures) 8, no. 30 (June/July 2000).

      New York Senate. The Senate Majority Task Force on the Invasion of Privacy.
         March 2000.

      Smith, Robert Ellis. Compilation of State & Federal Privacy Laws 1997; 2000
          Supplement Included. Providence, Rhode Island: Privacy Journal, [2000].




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Tort Reform

      Congressional Quarterly. “High-Impact Litigation: Do Public Policy Disputes
        Belong in the Courts?” CQ Researcher 10, no. 5 (February 11, 2000), 89-112.

     Helland, Eric and Alexander Tabarrok. Runaway Judges? Selection Effects and the
         Jury. Independent Institute Working Paper #2. The Institute, September 1999.

     Moller, Erik. Trends in Civil Jury Verdicts Since 1985. Santa Monica, CA.: RAND,
        The Institute for Civil Justice, 1996.

     Moller, Erick; Nicholas M. Pace; and Stephen J. Carroll. Punitive Damages in
        Financial Injury Jury Verdicts. Santa Monica, Cal.: RAND, The Institute for
        Civil Justice, 1997. Executive summary.

     Tabarrok, Alexander, and Eric Helland. “Court Politics: The Political Economy of
         Tort Awards.” The Journal of Law & Economics, April 1999.




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        LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE
Occupational Health and Safety

     Howard M. and Richard S. Blume. “Occupational Health in the New Millennium.”
        Occupational Hazards, February 1998.

     U.S. Department of Labor. Ergonomics Program: Proposed Rules. Occupational
         Safety and Health Administration. U.S. Department of Labor, Federal Register
         64, no. 225 (November 23, 1999).

     Wilkie, Dana. The Uphill Struggle for Workplace Health. Denver: National
         Conference of State Legislatures, June 1997.

Income (Minimum Wage, Livable Wage, Overtime)

      O‟Brien-Strain, Margaret, and Thomas MaCurdy, Increasing the Minimum
        Wage: California’s Winners and Losers. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute
        of California, 2000.

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). California’s Changing Income
         Distribution. Sacramento: LAO, August 2000.

     California Budget Project, Falling Behind: California Workers and the New
         Economy. Sacramento: California Budget Project, September, 2000.
         [http://www.cbp.org/reports/r0009fal.html]

     Cooper, Mary H. “Employee Benefits.” CQ Researcher 10, no. 4 (Feb. 4, 2000),
        65-88.

     Daly, Mary C., and Heather N. Royer. “Cyclical and Demographic Influences on the
         Distribution of Income in California.‖ FRBSF Economic Review 2000, San
         Francisco: Federal Research Bank of San Francisco, 2000.

     Employment Policy Institute. Living Wage Policy: The Basics. Washington, D.C.:
        Employment Policy Institute, 2000.

     Hirschman, Carolyn. “Paying Up.” HR. Magazine (Bell & Howell Information and
         Learning), July 2000.

     Mishel, Lawrence; Jared Bernstein; and John Schmitt. Wage Inequality in the 1990s:
        Measurement and Trends. Washington D.C.: Economic Policy Institute,
        December 28, 1998.

     Mishel, Lawrence; Jared Bernstein; and Edith Rasell. Who Wins With a Higher
        Minimum Wage. Briefing Paper. Washington, D.C.: Economic Policy Institute,
        1995.


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      Reed, Deborah. “California‟s Rising Income Inequality: Causes and Concerns.” San
          Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1999.

      Valleta, Rob. Living Wage Ordinances. San Francisco: Federal Reserve Bank of
          San Francisco. October 15, 1999.

Farm Labor

       Bugarin, Alicia, and Elias Lopez, Ph.D. Farm Workers in California.
        Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, July 1998.

      Baldauf, Scott. "Guest workers: a way to solve labor shortage?" Christian Science
          Monitor, September 20, 1999.

      Doyle, Michael. "Panel backs help for harvest." Fresno Bee, September 21, 2000.

      Fagnoni, Cynthia M. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Immigration and
          Claims, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, H-2A
          Agricultural Guestworkers. Washington, United States General Accounting
          Office, June 15, 2000.

      Farmworker Housing: A Summary Report from the Interim Hearing of the Senate
         Committee on Housing and Land Use. Sacramento, California State Legislature,
         October 23, 1995.

      Gentzel, Margie. “Growing Season Ends Yet Farmworker Housing Issues Remain.”
          Capitol Weekly (Sacramento), November 15, 1999, pp.1-4.

      Harrison, Patricia. “Safe, Clean, and Affordable: California: Farmworker Housing
          Needs.‖ Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, Spring 1995.

      Human Rights Watch. Fingers to the Bone: United States Failure to Protect Child
         Farmworkers. Human Rights Watch, June 2000.

      Meisenheimer, Sonia. "U.S. lawmaker's bill would ease farm-labor shortage." The
         News (Mexico). July 28, 2000.

      McCurdy, Stephen A.;Don Villarejo; and Maria Stoecklin. Profiling Violators of
         Farm-Work Regulations: A Preliminary Study Using Interagency Enforcement
         Data. California Policy Seminar, Brief Series. March 1998.

      Rawlins, Scott. "Dealing with Labor Shortages for Agriculture." Voice of
         Agriculture (American Farm Bureau Federation), August 11, 1997.

      U.S. Department of Labor. Findings from the National Agricultural Workers Survey
          (NAWS) 1997-98. U. S. Department of Labor, March 2000.




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     U.S. General Accounting Office. Child Labor in Agriculture: Changes Needed to
         Better Protect Health and Educational Opportunities. GAO/HEHS-98-193.
         Washington, D.C.: GAO, August 1998. Executive summary, 2-8.

     Also see: Reeves, Margaret, and others. Fields of Poison: California Farmworkers
         and Pesticides. San Francisco: Californians for Pesticide Reform, 1999. (This
         is listed under PESTICIDES subsection.)

Unemployment Insurance

     California Budget Project. Making the Unemployment Insurance System Work for
        California’s Low Wage Workers, Sacramento: California Budget Project,
        August 1997. [http://www.cbp.org/reports/9708ui.html]

     Sherriff, Rona Levine. Financing Unemployment Insurance: Protecting California’s
         Jobless Workers and Employers in a Changing Economy. Sacramento: Senate
         Office of Research, September 1998.
         [http://www.sen.ca.gov/sor/Unemploy.htm]




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             LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE
Government Structure and Powers

      California State Association of Counties. “County Structure.”
          [http://www.csac.counties.org/counties_close_up/what_do_counties_do/county_
          structure.html]

      California. Senate Local Government Committee. Tailor-Made Government: A
          Citizen’s Guide to California’s Charter Cities and Counties. Report 943-S.
          February 1998.

     Lewis, Paul G. Deep Roots: Local Government Structure in California. San
        Francisco, CA: Public Policy Institute of California, 1998.

     Local Agency Formation Commission

      California. Governor‟s Office of Planning and Research (OPR). LAFCOs,
          General Plans, and City Annexations. Sacramento: OPR, 1997.
          [http://ceres.ca.gov/planning/org_lafco.phtml]

      Detwiler, Peter M. "The Challenges of 'Growth Within Bounds.'" California
          Environmental Law Reporter, May 2000.

     California. Senate Local Government Committee. It’s Time to Draw the Line: A
         Citizen’s Guide to Local Agency Formation Commissions in California.
         Sacramento: the Committee, 1996.

     California. Commission on Local Governance for the 21st Century. Growth Within
         Bounds. Final Report. Sacramento: the Commission, January 2000.

     Special Districts

      Terzian, Richard. “Special Districts: Relics of the Past or Resources for the
          Future?” CalTax Digest, July 2000. [http://caltax.org]

     California. Senate Local Government Committee. What’s So Special About Special
         Districts: A Citizen’s Guide to Special Districts in California. 583-S
         Sacramento: the Committee, 1993.

     California. Little Hoover Commission. Special Districts: Relics of the Past or
         Resources for the Future? Sacramento: the Commission, May 2000.

Local Government Issues Web Sites

     California Special Districts Association, [http://www.csda.net/]



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      California State Association of Counties, [http://www.csac.counties.org/]

      California State Senate Local Government Committee,
          [http://WWW.SEN.CA.GOV/locgov]

      Governing Magazine Online (Congressional Quarterly, Inc.),
         [http://www.governing.com]

      League of California Cities, [http://www.cacities.org]

      Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), [http://www.ppic.org/]

Local Government Finance

       California. Governor's Office. “Local Government: A New Relationship for a
          New Century.” In Lasting Value, New Directions: Governor’s Budget Summary
          1999-2000. Sacramento: 1999.

       Coleman, Michael. Financing Cities: City Financing in the Decades After
          Proposition 13. Sacramento: League of California Cities, 1998. Executive
          summary.

       Public Policy Institute of California. From Home Rule to Fiscal Rule: Taking a
          Measure of Local Government Finance in California. (Prepared for the
          Conference on Local Finance Reform, May 19, 2000, Davis, CA). Sacramento:
          PPIC, 2000.

       "State Shift of Local Funds Declared Illegal! Sonoma County Court Ruling
          Excerpt." Metro Investment Report. November 1999.

       Swenson, Jennifer. “Did ERAF Impact County Services?” California County,
          May/June 1999.

       Tansey, Bernadette and Kenneth Howe. “State Losing Millions in Tax Revenue:
          Assessed Value of Businesses, Utilities Slashed.” San Francisco Chronicle,
          September 13, 2000.

      League of California Cities. California Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook.
          Sacramento: League of California Cities, 1995.

      Shires, Michael A.; John Ellwood; and Mary Sprague. Has Proposition 13 Reduced
          the California Tax Burden? San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California,
          1998. Introduction.

      Shires, Michael. Patterns in California Government Revenues Since Proposition 13.
          Summary. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, 1999.




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     Silva, J. Fred, and Elisa Barbour. The State-Local Fiscal Relationship in California:
         A Changing Balance of Power. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of
         California, December 1999. Summary.

     Sokolow, Alvin D. “Caring for Unincorporated Communities.” California County,
        March/April 2000.

     Superior Court of California, County of Sonoma. County of Sonoma vs. State of
         California. Sonoma County Trial Court Decision on Educational Revenue
         Augmentation Funds (ERAF). 1999.

     Swenson, Jennifer. County Services: A Tale of Eight Counties. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, February 1999.

     Swope, Christopher. “E-Tax Outrage Turns into Action.‖ Governing, September
        2000.

     Proposition 37

     California Budget Project. Taxes Vs. Fees: What Will Proposition 37 Mean for
         California. Budget Brief. Sacramento: California Budget Project, August 2000.

     Proposition 37: Two-Thirds Vote Preservation Act of 2000. Joint Informal Hearing
         with the Senate Committee on Revenue and Taxation, Senate Committee on
         Environmental Quality and the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation,
         September 29, 2000

     Proposition 218

     League of California Cities. Proposition 218: Implementation Guide. Sacramento:
         League of California Cities, 2000.

     Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Understanding Proposition 218. Sacramento:
         LAO, 1996.

     Misczynski, Dean. Proposition 218 After Two Years. Sacramento: California
         Research Bureau, California State Library, October 1998.

     Local Government Finance Web Sites

     California Budget Project, [http://www.cbp.org]

     California Department of Finance, [http://www.dof.ca.gov]

     California Legislative Analyst's Office, [http://www.lao.ca.gov]

     League of California Cities‟ Proposition 218 Brief Bank,
         [http://209.63.7.120/doc.asp?intParentID=481&strPageType=doc]


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      Fiscalization of Land Use

       California Futures Network. Fact Sheet: Land Use and State/Local Financing.
          [http://www.calfutures.org/resource/FSstateloc.html]

      California Planning Roundtable. Restoring the Balance: Managing Fiscal Issues and
          Land Use Planning Decisions in California. January 2000.

      Lewis Paul G. and Elisa Barbour. "The Quest for Retail Development." California
         County (California State Association of Counties), May/June 2000.

Proposals for Restructuring Government Finance and Structure

       California State Association of Counties. "CSAC Restructuring Proposal: A
         Dollars and Sense Plan for Local Government." 1999.

       McKenzie, Chris. “Shaping a Plan for State-Local Fiscal Reform.” Cal-Tax
         Digest, March 2000.

       Silva, Fred. Revising the Local Finance System: If Not Now, When? Cal-Tax
         Digest, May 2000.

       "Speakers Commission on State/Local Government Finance – Final Report."
         Metro Investment Report, April 2000

      Boyum, Keith O. Review of Proposals for Revising the California Constitution and
         Other Major Structural Features of State Government, Part I. Fullerton,
         California: Center for California Studies, Fullerton State University, 1996.

      Boyum, Keith O. Review of Proposals for Revising the California Constitution and
         Other Major Structural Features of State Government, Part II: Brief Pro/Con
         Arguments for Each Proposal. Fullerton, California: Center for California
         Studies, Fullerton State University, 1996.

      California. Constitution Revision Commission. “Summary of Recommendations”
          from the Final Report and Recommendations to the Governor and the
          Legislature. 1996.

      California Governance Consensus Project. Executive Summary.
          [http://www.csus.edu/calst/cgcp/page1.htm]

      California. Commission on Local Governance for the 21st Century. Growth Within
          Bounds. Final Report. Sacramento: the Commission, January 2000.

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Reconsidering AB 8: Exploring
          Alternative Ways to Allocate Property Taxes. Sacramento: LAO, 2000.




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     California. Office of the Controller. SMART Task Force: Building a Foundation for
         the Future. [Undated]

     California. Senate Local Government Committee. "Property Tax Allocation: The
         Summary Report from the Interim Hearing of the Senate Local Government
         Committee." 1999

     California. The Speaker‟s Commission on State & Local Government Finance.
         Final Report. Sacramento: the Commission, March 2000.

     Related Web Sites

     California 2000 Project, [http://www.c2kproject.net]

     California Planning Roundtable,
         [http://www.cmcaplans.com/cprwww/docs/fiscal.htm]

     California State Association of Counties. A Comparison Chart of State/Local Reform
         Proposals,
         [http://www.csac.counties.org/legislation/fiscal_reform/reform_comparison.html]

     Commission on Local Governance for the 21st Century,
        [http://www.clg21.ca.gov/index.html]

     Speaker‟s Commission on State-Local Government Finance,
         [http://speaker.metroforum.org/index.html]

Infrastructure

      Public Policy Institute of California. Development Fees and New Homes: Paying
        the Price in California. Research Brief #9, June 1997.

      Public Policy Institute of California. Rethinking Infrastructure Policy for the 21st
        Century. Research Brief #34, June 2000.

     California. Commission on Building the 21st Century. Interim Report to the
         Governor. August 1999.

     California. Office of the Treasurer. Smart Investments. Special Edition of
         California‟s Debt Affordability Report. Sacramento: Treasurer, State of
         California. 1999. Executive summary.

     Dowall, David. California’s Infrastructure Policy for the 21st Century: Issues and
        Opportunities. Summary. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute, 2000.

     Finucan, Karen. “Location, location, location.” Planning, May 2000.

     Fulton, William and Paul Shigley. “The Airbase-to-Airport War.” Governing
         Magazine, December 1999.

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      Langdon, Philip. “Stopping School Sprawl.” Planning, May 2000.

      Related Web Sites

      California State Treasurer's Office, [http://www.treasurer.ca.gov]

      Commission on Building for the 21st Century,
         [http://www.ltg.ca.gov/programs/cb21/index.asp]

      Department of Finance, [http://www.dof.ca.gov]

      Legislative Analyst's Office, [http://www.lao.ca.gov]

      New Schools/Better Neighborhoods, [http://www.nsbn.org]

Land Use and Smart Growth

       Bank of America, Greenbelt Alliance, the California State Resources Agency and
         the Low Income Housing Fund. Beyond Sprawl: New Patterns of Growth to Fit
         the New California. [San Francisco]: January 1995. Executive summary.

       California Futures Network. Smart Growth Goals. Principles and 1999 State
         Policy Priorities. Oakland: CFN, 1999.

       California. Senate Local Government Committee. Jello without the Mold: State
         Law for Local Land Use Decisions.
         [http://www.sen.ca.gov/locgov/STATELANDUSELAWS.HTM]

       Chilcott, Kurt. “Smart Growth Requires Smart Economic Development."
         California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED) Bulletin 18,
         no. 10 (June 1999).

       LePage, Andrew. “Downside to Fixing Up Cities.” Sacramento Bee,
         September 25, 2000.

      Anderson, Glen M.S. Growth Management and Healthy Cities. National Conference
         on State Legislatures Environmental Health Series. No. 3, April 2000.
         [http://ncsl.org/programs/esnr/hlthcities.htm]

      California Planning Roundtable. Planning at the Edge of the Millennium: Improving
          land Use Decisions in California. January 2000.
          [http://www.cmcaplans.com/cprwww/docs/patem.htm]

      California. Assembly Select Committee on Jobs-Housing Balance. The Challenge
          of Achieving Jobs-Housing Balance in California in the 21st Century
          (Background paper). March 25, 1999.




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     Center for the Continuing Study of the California Economy. Land Use and the
         California Economy: Principles for Prosperity and Quality of Life. San
         Francisco: Californians and the Land, [September 1998].

     Fulton, William. “Insight: History Tells Us Voters Want to Slow Growth, Create
         Boundaries.” California Planning and Development Report, September 2000.
         [http://www.cp-
         dr.com/binn/public.taf?relm=headlines&function=detail&headline_id=29]

     Funders‟ Network for Smart Growth and Policy Link. Opportunities for Smarter
         Growth: Social Equity and the Smart Growth Movement. Translation Paper
         No.1, December 1999.

     Garrett, Robert T., and Jennifer Bowles. “Courts Rein in „Paper Water‟: Rulings
         Suggest Unrealistic Projections May Allow Development to Outstrip Supply.”
         Press-Enterprise (Riverside), September 24, 2000.

     Gordon, Peter, and Harry W. Richardson. “Critiquing Sprawl‟s Critics.” Cato
         Policy Analysis No. 365 (January 24, 2000). [http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa-
         365es.html]

     Kelly, Trish. How Will We Grow Together? California Leaders Speak Out on
         ―Smart Growth.‖ San Francisco: The James Irvine Foundation, July 2000.

     Morandi, Larry, and Jan Goehring. “Growth Management and Transportation.”
        NCSL LegisBriefs (National Conference of State Legislatures) 8, no. 18 (March
        2000).

     Pollak, Dan. Have the US Supreme Court’s 5th Amendment Takings Decisions
         Changed Land Use Planning in California? Sacramento: California Research
         Bureau, California State Library, March 2000.

     Staley, Samuel R., and others. A Line in the Land: Urban-Growth Boundaries,
          Smart Growth and Housing Affordability. Reason Public Policy Institute Policy
          Study 263. Los Angeles: RPPI, 1999.

     Related Web Sites

     California Center for Land Recycling, [http://www.cclr.org]

     California Chapter of the American Planning Association, [http://www.calapa.org]

     California Futures Network, [http://www.calfutures.org/]

     California Governor‟s Office of Planning and Research, [http://www.opr.ca.gov]

     California‟s Land Use Planning Information Network (LUPIN),
         [http://ceres.ca.gov/planning]

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      California Planning & Development Report, [http://www.cp-dr.com]

      PolicyLink (Social Equity Information), [http://www.policylink.org]

      Smart Growth Caucus, [http://www.calfutures.org/reform/2000legislative.html

      Smart Growth Network, http://www.smartgrowth.org/index2.html]

      The State of Maryland‟s Smart Growth Program,
          [http://www.op.state.md.us/smartgrowth/index.html]

      Agriculture Land and Open Space Preservation

      Agricultural Task Force for Resource Conservation and Economic Growth in the
          Central Valley. Report of the Agricultural Task Force for Resource
          Conservation and Economic Growth in the Central Valley. [Sacramento]:
          California Farm Bureau and Agricultural Council of California, July 1998.
          Executive summary.

      Sanders, Steve. “Growth Management and Farmland: The State Policy Context.” In
          Albert Medvitz, Alvin D. Sokolow, and Cathy Lemp, eds., California Farmland
          and Urban Pressures: Statewide and Regional Perspectives, 71-88. Davis: the
          Regents of the University of California, Agricultural Issues Center, 1999.

      Staley, Samuel. The "Vanishing Farmland Myth and the Smart Growth Agenda
           (Policy Brief No.12). Los Angeles: Reason Public Policy Institute, January
           2000.

      For further information, see:
           American Farmland Trust, [http://www.farmland.org/];
           Great Valley Center, [http://www.greatvalley.org];
           Greenbelt Alliance, [http://www.greenbelt.org/]

      Regional Collaboration and Governance

      Baldassare, Mark, and others. “Possible Planning Roles for Regional Government.”
          Journal of the American Planning Association, Winter 1996.

      Katz, Bruce, and Jennifer Bradley. “Divided We Sprawl.” Atlantic Monthly,
          December 1999.

      Metropolitian Area Research Corporation. Mapping California’s Regions: Making
          the Connection Between People, Land Use, Taxes & Investments. Minneapolis:
          the Corporation, 2000.

      Newman, Morris. “Moving Mountains: In the Sierra Nevada, It‟s Definitely Not
         Business as Usual.” Planning (American Planning Association), February 2000.




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     San Diego Association of Governments. Smart Growth Definitions, Principles, and
         Designations. Region 2020 Project. San Diego: the Association, August 2000.

     Seigel, Fred. “Is Regional Government the Answer?” The Public Interest, Fall 1999.

     For further information, see:
          California Association of Councils of Government, [http://www.calcog.org];
          California Center for Regional Leadership, [http://www.ccrl.org];
          Collaborative Regional Initiatives (CRI) Network (The James Irvine
          Foundation), [http://www.civicnavigator.com];
          Joint Venture Silicon Valley Network, [http://www.jointventure.org];
          San Diego Association of Governments,
          [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/regional_planning];
          Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group, [http://www.svmg.org]




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              NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
General

      Baldassare, Mark. Special Survey on Californians and the Environment. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, June 2000.

     Janovy, John, Jr. 10 Minute Ecologist, 20 Answered Questions for Busy People
         Facing Environmental Issues. New York: St. Martin‟s Press, October 1997.

Electricity

      Boslet, Mark. “Electrical Storm Hits New Economy.” The Industry Standard.
        September 18, 2000.

      California. Office of Ratepayer Advocates, Public Utilities Commission. Guide
       to Residential Electric Service Options. March 1, 2000.
       [http://nic.cpuc.ca.gov/divisions/ora/MatrixIntroWeb.htm]

      California. Public Utilities Commission and Electricity Oversight Board.
        California’s Electricity Options and Challenges: Report to the Governor.
        August 2, 2000. Executive summary.

      Goldsborough, James O. “Sifting Through the Electricity Mess.” San Diego
        Union-Tribune, August 21, 2000, Opinion section, B-9.

      National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). State Retail
        Wheeling Summary. June 2000.
        [www.nreca.org/news/retailwheel/ret_wh_sum.html]

      U.S. Department of Energy. “Electricity Terms."
        [http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epav1/html/Glossary.htm]

     California’s Failed Experiment With Deregulation (Backgrounder). Towards Utility
         Rate Normalization (TURN).
         [http://www.turn.org/turnarticles/press_crisibackgrd.htm]

     CalPX Primer. California Power Exchange, December 1999.
         [http://www.calpx.com/news/publications/primerv6.doc]

     Consumer Federation of America and Consumers Union. Electricity Restructuring
        and the Price Spikes of 1998: A Need for More Vigorous Efforts to Protect
        Consumers. Consumers Union, June 21, 1999.
        [http://www.consumersunion.org/other/spikexedc699.htm]

     Great Expectations: What Happens When New Markets Open? California Power
         Exchange March 27, 1998.
         [http://www.calpx.com/news/publications/greatexpectations.doc]

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      Green-e Verification Results 1999. San Francisco: Center for Resource Solutions,
          2000 . [http://www.green-e.org/power/1999vr.pdf]

      Peyton, Carrie. “PG&E Planning to Seek Rate Hike: Utility Says It‟s Hurting Under
          State Freeze. Sacramento Bee, September 24, 2000.

      Sladoje, George (Chief Executive Officer/President, California Power Exchange
          Corporation). Comments before Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
          Investigation of California Markets. California Power Exchange. Testimony to
          the FERC, September 12, 2000. [http://www.calpx.com/09-12-
          00%20Revised%20FERC%20Comments%20of%20G.%20Sladoje.doc]

      Consumers Union, Southwest Regional Office. “Stranded Investment.” May 28,
         1999. [http://www.consumersunion.org/other/strandedsw798.htm]

      California. Public Utilities Commission and Electricity Oversight Board.
          California’s Electricity Options and Challenges: Report to the Governor.
          August 2, 2000.

      Flanigan, James. “Deregulation is the Answer not the Problem. Los Angeles Times,
          August 27, 2000, Home Edition, Business section, C1.

      Kahn, Michael A. (Chairman, Electricity Oversight Board). “Testimony Before
         Joint Hearing of the Assembly Utilities, and Commerce Committee and the
         Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee.” August 10, 2000.
         [http://www.eob.ca.gov/documents/2000-08-10_KAHN_TESTIMONY.PDF];
         Visuals accompanying the testimony, [http://www.eob.ca.gov/documents/2000-
         08-10_KAHN_VISUALS.PDF]

      U.S. Department of Energy. “State of Electric Industry Restructuring Activity as of
          October 2000.” [http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/chg_str/regmap.html]

      U.S. Department of Energy. “Status of State Electric Restructuring Activity as of
          October 2000: California.” P5-9.
          [http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/chg_str/tab5rev.html#CA]

      “Utility Deregulation: Can the Power Industry be Opened to Competition?” CQ
          Researcher 10, no. 1 (January 14, 2000).

Related Internet Sites

      Blueprints of Restructuring (EnergyOnline),
          [http://www.energyonline.com/Restructuring/models/models3.html]

      California Electricity Oversight Board, [http://www.eob.ca.gov/index.html]

      California Power Exchange, [http://www.calpx.com]



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     California Public Utilities Commission, [http://www.cpuc.ca.gov]

     International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Links and Information on Electric
          Power Industry Deregulation,
          [http://www.ibew.com/Departments/Utility/DeregLinks.htm]

     San Diego Gas and Electric, [http://www.sdge.com]

Natural Gas

      “Choose Your Own Natural Gas Supplier.” Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
        [http://www.pge.com/whats_new/customer_choice/gas/]

      U.S. Department of Energy. “Retail Unbundling-California.”
        [http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natural_gas/restructure/state/ca.html]

     “Berthelsen, Christian. “Winter Heat Bills to Soar, PG&E Says.” San Francisco
         Examiner, September 27, 2000, First Edition, A1.

     Katzanek, Jack. “Natural Gas Prices are Near Historic Highs: A Drop in U.S.
         Supplies and a Pipeline Explosion Contribute to Problem. The Press-Enterprise
         (Riverside, CA), August 25, 2000, Business section, C01.

     U.S. Department of Energy. “Outlook for Natural Gas: Winter 2000.
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/natural_gas/presentations/2000/outlook_na
         tural_gas_winter_2000/index.htm]

     U.S. Department of Energy. “Why Do Natural Gas Prices fluctuate So Much?
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/natural_gas/analysis_publications/why_do
         _prices_fluctuate/html/ngbro.html]

     U.S. Department of Energy. "Status of Natural Gas Residential Choice Programs by
         State as of March 2000."
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natural_gas/restructure/restructure.html]

Hydropower

      Anderson, Leonard, “California Debates Future of Vast Hydropower System.”
        Reuters News Services 8/31/00.

      Towards Utility Rate Normalization (TURN). “Backgrounder: Ownership of
        California‟s Hydroelectric System.” March 2000.
        [www.turn.org/turnarticles/press_bkgrd_hydro2.htm]

      ”Focus Hydroelectric Assets Application.” Pacific Gas and Electric Company
        [http://www.pge.com/regulation]




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      Environmental Defense and California Hydropower Reform Coalition. Power Play:
          The Divestiture of PG&E’s Hydropower System and the Future of California
          Rivers. Oakland: Environmental Defense, July 2000.
          [http://www.environmentaldefense.org/pubs/Reports/CAHydropower]

Solid Waste

      California. Integrated Waste Management Board. Achievement, Progress, and
          Promise: A 10-Year Status Report on the California Integrated Waste
          Management Act. Sacramento: California Environmental Protection Agency,
          March 2000.

      Bustillo, Miguel. “Municipalities Fall Short in Effort to Cut Back on Trash.” Los
          Angeles Times, April 25, 2000, A3.

      Setal, Geoffrey F., and Adrian T. Moore. Privatizing Landfills: Market Solutions for
          Solid-Waste Disposal. Los Angeles, CA: Reason Public Policy Institute, May
          2000. [http://www.rppi.org/privatization/ps267.html]

      Tire Disposal

       California Integrated Waste Management Board. California Waste Tire Program
         Evaluation and Recommendations: Final Report. Sacramento: the Board, June
         1999. “Executive Sumary.”

      McPhee, John. “Duty of Care.” In John McPhee, Irons in the Fire. New York:
         Noonday Press, 1997.

      Schwartz, Seymour, and Robert A. McBride. Using Waste Tires as Fuel:
         Challenging the Conventional Wisdom. Davis, CA: Department of
         Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis, October 2000.

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Air Emissions From Scrap Tire Combustion.
          Washington: U.S. EPA, October 1997. Executive summary.

      Recycling

      Polakovic, Gary. “Trashing Landfill Fears; Successful Recycling Efforts That Divert
         44% of the County‟s Garbage are Laying Waste to Predictions of Building
         Dumps.” Los Angeles Times. August 16, 1999, B8.

      “The Economics of Recycling.” CQ Researcher 8, no. 12 (1998).

Air Pollution

       California Air Resources Board. Area Designations Maps.
         [http://www.arb.ca.gov/desig/adm/adm.htm]




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      Jost, Kenneth. "Asthma Epidemic: Why is it Happening? What‟s to be Done?"
        CQ Researcher 9, no. 48 (December 24, 1999), 1089-1104.

      Nystrom, Marci. California Air Quality Status & Trends. Text and slides from a
        presentation to the California Air Resources Board, May 27, 1999. California
        Air Resources Board. [http://www.arb.ca.gov/aqd/aqtrends/trends1.htm]

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Plain English Guide to the Clean Air
        Act. Washington, D.C.: U.S. EPA, April 1993.

     American Lung Association. State of the Air 2000. Washington, D.C.: American
        Lung Association, May 2000. “Introduction” and “Summary.”

     South Coast Air Quality Management District. The Southland’s War on Smog: Fifty
         Years of Progress Toward Clean Air. Diamond Bar, California: the District,
         1997.

     U.S. House of Representatives. Exposure to Hazardous Air Pollutants in Los
         Angeles. Minority Staff Report, Committee on Government Reform, March 1,
         1999.

     Walker, Bill, and Marshall Hendricks. School Haze: Air Pollution Near California
        Schools. Washington D.C.: Environmental Working Group, 1995.

     Diesel Emissions

     Bowman, Chris. “Diesel Control Adopted.” Sacramento Bee, September 29, 2000,
        A1.

     Duran, Gil Jose. “Diesel Exhaust Called Hazard: California to Tighten Fuel Rules.”
         San Jose Mercury News, August 28, 1998.

     State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of
          Local Air Pollution Control Officials. Cancer Risk from Diesel Particulates:
          National and Metropolitan Area Estimates for the United States. Washington,
          DC: STAPPA and ALAPCO, March 15, 2000.

     Emissions Trading

     “Booming Economy Raises Price of Pollution Credits.” Associated Press,
        September 5, 2000.

     Knopman, Debra S., and Megan Susman. Trading Air Emissions for Environmental
        and Economic Benefit: Success Stories from the Private Sector. Washington,
        DC: Progressive Policy Institute, February 1998.




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Forestry

      General

       California Forestry Association. “California Forestry: An Overview.” Undated.
         [http://www.foresthealth.org/overview.htm]

       Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Status of the Sierra Nevada:
         Summary of the Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project Report. Wildland Resources
         Center Report no. 39. University of California, Davis, June 1996.

      Boxall, Bettina. “Scientists Fear Mysterious Killer of Oaks.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 22, 2000, A3.

      Yassa, Sami, and Adam Diamant. Felling the Myth: The Role of Timber in the
          Economy of California’s Sierra Nevada. New York: Natural Resources Defense
          Council, November 1995.

      Forest Management

       Martin, Glen. “An Inflammatory Proposal; Without Prescribed Burns – and
         Possibly Logging – Forest Experts Predict More Wildfires and Deteriorating
         Woodland Health.” San Francisco Chronicle, August 21, 2000, A6.

       Sacramento Bee (editorial). “A Hard Look at Private Logging.” July 13, 2000,
         B10.

      Howard, John. “Forestry Board Rejects Proposed Logging Rules.” Associated Press,
         October 4, 2000.

      Ligon, Frank, and Alice Rich, Gary Rynearson, Dale Thornburgh, and William
          Thrush. Report of the Scientific Review Panel on California Forest Practice
          Rules and Salmonid Habitat. Report prepared for the California Resources
          Agency and the National Marine Fisheries Service, June 1999. Executive
          summary.

      Martin, Glen. “Road Plan Marks Shift in Forest Service Policy.” San Francisco
          Chronicle, May 10, 2000, A3.

      McAlister, Malissa. “States See the Forest, Not Just the Trees.” State Trends
         (Council of State Governments), Summer 2000, 3-4.

      Peters, Robert L., et al. Managing for Forest Ecosystem Health: A Reassessment of
          the ―Forest Health Crisis.‖ Defenders of Wildlife, April 1996.

      Reid, Leslie M. “Forest Practice Rules and Cumulative Watershed Impacts in
          California.” Letter from Leslie M. Reid, U.S. Forest Service, to Fred Keeley,
          Speaker pro tem of the California Legislature, May 24, 1999.


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     Society of American Foresters. “Position Statement: The Role of Forest Management
         in Salmonid Habitat Protection.” Executive Committees of the Society of
         American Foresters, September 8, 1998.
         [http://www.safnet.org/policy/statements.htm]

     Clear Cut

      Backiel, Adela, and Ross W. Gorte. Clearcutting in the National Forests.
        Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service, July 29, 1992.

     Belt, Kevin, and Robert Campbell. “The Clearcutting Controversy: Facts and
          Myths.” Morgantown, WV: Center for Agricultural & Natural Resources
          Development, West Virginia University.
          [http://www.wvu.edu/~agexten/forestry/clrcut.htm]

     Devall, Bill, ed. Clearcut: The Tragedy of Industrial Forestry. San Francisco: Sierra
        Club Books, 1993.

     Leavenworth, Stuart. “Changing Face of Sierra Brings New Breed of Clear-Cut
         Foes.” Sacramento Bee, October 3, 2000, A1.

     Thompson, Don. “Clear-Cutting Opponents Consider Ballot Initiative.” Associated
        Press, September 1, 2000.

Coastal Issues

      Knudson, Tom, and Nancy Vogel. “Pacific Blues: Series.” Sacramento Bee,
        December 22-25, 1996.

     Cone, Marla. “Tracking Damage in the Depths: Robots Exploring Earth‟s Largest
        Habitat Find Evidence Even There of Harm Done by Humans.” Los Angeles
        Times, August 25, 2000, A1.

     Cone, Marla. “Solutions to This Puzzle Are Clear as Mud: California‟s Coast is a
        Hotbed for a Growing National Problem – Toxic Sediment.” Los Angeles
        Times, March 26, 1997, A1.

     Dunstan, Roger. Drills for Oil Spill Responders. Briefing paper for joint hearing of
        Assembly Natural Resources Committee and Assembly Select Committee on the
        Protection of Inland Waterways. Sacramento, CA: California Research Bureau,
        California State Library, June 2000.

     Environmental Health Center. Coastal Challenges: A Guide to Coastal and Marine
         Issues. Washington D.C.: Environmental Health Center, February 1998.

     Rodgers, Terry. “Alpert‟s „Rigs to Reefs‟ Measure is Making Waves.” San Diego
        Union-Tribune, September 18, 2000, at
        http://www.uniontrib.com/news/metro/20000918-0010.1m18reefs.html .

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      Regulation of Development

       Petrillo, Joseph E. “Coastal and Ocean Development Permitting by State
         Agencies in California.” Environmental Regulation and Permitting, Winter
         1995-96.

      Bailey, Eric. “Coastal Panel Weathers Waves of Change.” Los Angeles Times,
          March 2, 1998, A1.

      Locklin, Linda. California Coastal Commission Public Access Action Plan. San
          Francisco: California Coastal Commission, June 1999. Executive summary.

      Shigley, Paul, “Coastal Builders Have Rough Time at Commission,” California
          Planning & Development Report, March 2000, 1, 12.

      Coastal Erosion and Hazards

       Dean, Cornelia. Against the Tide: the Battle for America’s Beaches. (New York:
         Columbia University Press, 1999).

      Abrahamson, Allan. “Waves of Change Taking Toll on Southland Beaches.” Los
          Angeles Times, July 4, 1998.

      Marine Protected Areas

       California. Resources Agency. Improving California‟s System of Marine
         Managed Areas: Final Report of the State Interagency Marine Managed Areas
         Workshop. Sacramento: Resources Agency, January 15, 2000.

      Balzar, John. “Casting an Undersea Safety Net; Though the U.S. Has Designated 12
          Marine Sanctuaries in Fragile Coast Waters, Regulations Still Allow Dredging
          and Fishing.” Los Angeles Times, May 3, 2000, A1.

      Gerstenzang, James. “Clinton to Order New Protections for Oceans.” Los Angeles
          Times, May 26, 2000, A1.

      San Francisco Bay

       Kay, Jane. “Bay in Peril,” seven-part series. San Francisco Examiner, October
         24-29, 1999.

       Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to San Francisco Bay.
         Sacramento: WEF, 1997.

      Kay, Jane. “SFO Plan Could Put Bay in Peril.” San Francisco Examiner, April 18,
          1999, A1.

      Martin, Glen. “Our Poisoned Bay.” San Francisco Chronicle, August 2, 1999, A1.



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     McCabe, Michael. “Report Calls for Wetlands Expansion; Scientists Say 60,000
        More Acres of Marsh are Needed for Bay Health.” San Francisco Chronicle,
        March 18, 1999, A19.

     Rogers, Paul. “Opponents, Supporters Square Off Over San Francisco Airport
        Expansion.” San Jose Mercury News, July 15, 2000.

     Polluted Runoff

      Bailey, Eric. “Panel OKs Guidelines to Clean Up Runoff.” Los Angeles Times,
        December 15, 1999, A3.

     Natural Resources Defense Council. Testing the Waters 2000: A Guide to Water
         Quality at Vacation Beaches. Washington, DC: NRDC, 2000. Executive
         summary and “California.” [http://www.nrdc.org/water/oceans/ttw/titinx.asp]

California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)

      Yeates, J. William. Citizen’s Guide to the California Environmental Quality Act.
        Sacramento, CA: Planning and Conservation League Foundation, January 2000.

     Curtin, Daniel J. “California Environmental Quality Act,” in Daniel J. Curtin,
         Curtin’s California Land Use and Planning Law. (Solano, CA: Point Arena
         Press, 1997), 87-100.

     Keyes, Cameron and Mark C. Newton. CEQA: Making It Work Better.
        Sacramento: Legislative Analyst‟s Office, 1997.

     Landis, John D., and others. Fixing CEQA: Options and Opportunities for
         Reforming the California Environmental Quality Act. CPS Brief 9, no.12.
         Berkeley: California Policy Seminar, November 1995.

     Olshansky, Robert B. “Evaluation of the California Environmental Quality Act.”
         Environmental Management 20, no. 1 (January/February 1996): 11-23.

Wetlands Conservation

      California Resources Agency. Selected readings from California Wetlands
        Information System. http://ceres.ca.gov/wetlands/

     Morin, Monte. “Playa Vista Foes Drop 1 of 3 Remaining Suits.” Los Angeles Times,
        February 10, 2000, B3.

     Schoch, Deborah. “Bolsa Chica Restoration Cost Soars.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 9, 2000, A1.

     Toliver, John. “What Are Wetlands? A Historical Overview.” Journal of Forestry
         91, no. 5 (May 1993): 12-14.


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Mitigation & Mitigation Banks

      Environmental Defense. Mitigation Banking as an Endangered Species Conservation
          Tool. New York, NY: Environmental Defense, 1999. Executive summary.
          http://www.environmentaldefense.org/programs/Ecosystems/SafeHarbor/mbexs
          um.html

      Rodgers, Terry. “State Panel, Developers Face Off on Mitigation.” San Diego
         Union-Tribune, November 20, 1999, B7.

      Zinn, Jeffrey. Wetland Mitigation Banking: Status and Prospects. Congressional
          Research Service. Executive summary. http://www.cnie.org/nle/wet-8.html.

Watershed Management

       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “The Watershed Approach.” July 26,
         2000. http://www.epa.gov/owow/watershed.htm.

       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Why Watersheds? February 1996.
         http://www.epa.gov/owow/watershed/

      California State Water Resources Control Board. “Watershed Management Initiative
          Overview.” Sacramento: SWRCB, January 20, 2000.
          http://www.swrcb.ca.gov/watershed/index.html.

      Friends of the River. National Wild & Scenic Rivers in California, A Status Report.
          Sacramento: Friends of the River, 1998.

      Krist, John. “Litigation Likely Regarding New Federal Fish Regulations.” California
          Planning & Development Report, August 2000, 3.

      Nickles, Jim. “Vast Amounts of Time, Money Aimed at Redeeming Rivers.”
          Stockton Record, February 20, 2000, A1.

      Pelley, Janet. “Restoring Our Rivers.” Environmental Science & Technology,
           February 1, 2000, 87-90.

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Watershed Approach Framework. June
          1996. http://www.epa.gov/owow/watershed.htm .

      Vogel, Nancy. “Healing Tahoe May Require Public‟s Help.” Sacramento Bee,
         August 3, 1998, A1+.

Land Conservation and Management

       California State Auditor. California‟s Wildlife Habitat and Ecosystem: The State
         Needs to Improve its Land Acquisition Planning and Oversight. (“Results in
         Brief”). Sacramento: California Bureau of State Audits, June 2000.



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      California Department of Conservation. California Farmland Conversion Report,
        1996-1998. Sacramento: CDC Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program,
        June 2000. Executive summary.

      Cooper, Mary H. Saving Open Spaces: Are Land Conservation Efforts in the
        Public Interest? CQ Researcher 9, no. 42 (November 5, 1999), 953-976.

     Doyle, Michael. “Court Upholds Government‟s Grazing Rules.” Fresno Bee, May
        16, 2000, C1.

     Greenbelt Alliance. At Risk: The Bay Area Greenbelt. San Francisco, CA: Greenbelt
         Alliance, 2000.

     Lau, Edie. “Chew on This: Grazing Can be Conservation Tool.” Sacramento Bee,
         April 12, 1999, A1.

     Sanders, Steve. “Growth Management and Farmland: The State Policy Context.” In
         Albert G. Medvitz, and others., eds., California Farmland and Urban Pressures,
         Davis, CA: Agricultural Issues Center, 1999.

Takings

      Morandi, Larry. “Balancing Land Use Management With Protection of Property
        Rights and the Environment.” NCSL State Legislative Report 23, no.1 (January
        1998).

      Pollak, Daniel. Have the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5th Amendment Takings
       Decisions Changed Land Use Planning in California? Sacramento: California
       Research Bureau, California State Library, March 2000. Executive summary.

     Morandi, Larry. “Evaluating the Effects of State Takings Legislation.” NCSL State
        Legislative Report 23, no. 2 (January 1998).

     Negin, Elliott. “Ending Polarization Over Property Rights: A New AFT Survey of
         Landowners Shatters Negative Stereotypes.” American Farmland 19, no. 2.
         (Summer 1998): 18-20.

Genetically Modified Organisims (Environmental Impacts)

     Brasher, Philip. “USDA Asked to Tighten Regulation of Biotech Crops.” Associated
         Press, April 26, 2000.

     Weiss, Rick. EPA Restricts Gene-Altered Corn in Response to Concerns; Farmers
        Must Plant Conventional „Refuges‟ to Reduce Threat of Ecological Damage.”
        Washington Post, January 16, 2000, A2.




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      Yoon, Carol Kaesuk. “Redesigning Nature: A Special Report; Altered Salmon
         Leading Way to Dinner Plates, But Rules Lag.” New York Times, May 1, 2000,
         A1.

Motorized Recreation

      Bowman, Chris. “State Limits Smog from Boats, Personal Watercraft.” Sacramento
         Bee, December 11, 1998, A1.

      California Department of Parks and Recreation. “California‟s OHV Facts: Green
          Sticker Program.” Pamphlet from the Department‟s OHV (Off Highway
          Vehicle) program. Sacramento: the Department, undated.

      Los Angeles Times. U.S. To Curb Snowmobiles in Parks. Los Angeles Times, April
          27, 2000, A3.

      Schambach, Karen. California Off-Highway Vehicles: in the Money and Out of
          Control. Davis, CA: California Wilderness Coalition, August 1999.

      Sonner, Scott. “Personal Watercraft Ban Looms at Lake Tahoe.” Las Vegas Review-
         Journal, May 29, 1999, 3B.




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        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT, AND
           SOCIAL SECURITY COMMITTEE
State Government Workforce Issues

      Committee for Economic Development. New Opportunities for Older Workers.
        Washington, D.C.: CED, 1999. [www.ced.org]

     Brown, Alysia J. "Public Employee Political Participation: Hatch Acts in the
        Federal and State Governments." Public Integrity, Spring 2000, 105-119.

     The Economist (editorial). "A Full Life: A Job Market Full of Grey Heads Will
         Create Problems; But If the Grey Heads Continue to be Lured Into Retiring
         Early, the Problem Will be Even Worse." Vol. 352, no. 8135 (September 4,
         1999), 65-68. [http://www.economist.com/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=236821]

     Janairo, Ed. "Looking for Mr./Ms. Techie." State Government News, August 2000.

     Simmons, Charlene Wear, Ph.D., and Bugarin, Alicia. Building a Skilled State
        Information and Technology Workforce. Sacramento: California Research
        Bureau, California State Library, 1999.

     Torres Gil, Fernando M. "The Aging and Latinization of California." San Francisco
         Chronicle, November 21, 1999.

Benefits, Pensions, and Social Security

     Benefits

      Wilson, Mark D. “The Workplace: Enhancing Opportunity, Safety, and
        Innovation.” The Workplace. 2000.

     Cayer, Joseph N. "Work-Life Benefits in the Public Sector." Paper presented at the
        42nd Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association. San Diego,
        April 26-29, 2000.

     William J. Wiatrowski. "Tracking Changes in Benefit Costs.", Compensation and
         Working Conditions (U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics),
         Spring 1999, 32-37.

     Pensions

      Weinstein, Harriet, and William J. Wiatrowski. "Multiemployer Pension Plans."
        Compensation and Working Conditions (U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
        Labor Statistics), Spring 1999, 19-23.
        [http://stats.bls.gov/opub/cwc/1999/Spring/art4abs.htm]



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      Cayer, Joseph N. Work-Life Benefits in the Public Sector. Paper presented at the
         42nd Annual Conference of the Western Social Science Association. San Diego,
         April 26-29, 2000.

      Costello, Cynthia, Ph.D. OWL 1998 Mother’s Day Report Women, Work, and
          Pensions: Improving the Odds for a Secure Retirement. Washington, D.C.:
          Older Women's League, [1998].

      “Employee Benefits: Are the New Pension Plans Fair to all Workers?” CQ
         Researcher 10, no. 4 (February 4, 2000), 65-88.

      Graham, Avy, and Paul Scheible. "BLS Retirement Plan Surveys Look to the
          Future." Compensation and Working Conditions (U. S. Department of Labor,
          Bureau of Labor Statistics), Spring 1999, 6-11.
          [http://stats.bls.gov/opub/cwc/1999/Spring/art2abs.htm]

      Kelch, Deborah R., M.P.P.A., and Karen A. Harris, M.P.H. “Policies Must Improve
          Work, Retirement Options for a Diverse Baby Boomer Population.” The
          California Center for Health Improvement. September 20, 2000.

      Kittower, Diane. “Nurturing Savings.” Governing, September 20, 2000.

      Texas Performance Review. "Employee Issues: Adopt „Family-Friendly‟ Policies
          for State Employees." Texas Comptroller, 1999.

      Waldfogel, Jane. “The Impact of the Family and Medical Leave Act.” Journal of
         Policy Analysis and Management, 18, no.2 (1999), 281-302.

      Social Security

       Rix, Sara E. Social Security Reform: Rethinking Retirement-Age Policy: A Look
         at Raising Social Security’s Retirement Age. AARP Public Policy Institute,
         1999.

      Gramlich, Governor Edward M. “Social Security in the 21st Century,” the Leon and
         Josephine Winkelman Lecture in Gerontology, University of Michigan, School
         of Social Work, Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 13, 2000.
         http://www.federalreserve.gov/boarddocs/speeches/2000/20000313.htm.

      John, David C. Social Security: Improving Retirement Income. The Heritage
          Foundation, 2000.

      Social Security Administration. Basic Facts About Social Security. Social Security
          Administration, August 1995.

      Steuerle, Eugene C. The Simple Arithmetic Driving Social Security Reform.
          Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, April 20, 1998.



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                    PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE
DNA and Forensic-Related Research

       Newcombe, Tod. “Slow Spiral: State DNA Databases Lag.” Government
        Technology, April 2000, Crime and the Tech Effect (insert), 1.

     Goodyear, Charlie, and Erin Hallissy. “Dangerous Delay on DNA: State Struggles to
        Gather Genetic Profiles of Violent Felons.” San Francisco Chronicle, two part
        series, October 19-20, 1999.

     Lyons, Donna. “Using DNA to Fight Crime,”, Legislative Brief (National
        Conference of State Legislatures) 8, no. 5, January 2000.

     “Millions OK‟d to Analyze Backlog of Convicts‟ DNA.” Los Angeles Times (Home
         Edition), August 16, 2000, A8.

     Service F. Robert. “A New Breed of high-tech Detectives,” Science 289 (August 11,
         2000), 850-857.

Hate Crimes and Sexually Violent Offenders

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Analysis of the 1999-2000
        Budget Bill: Crosscutting Issues. "A 'Containment' Strategy for Adult Sex
        Offenders on Parole." Sacramento: LAO, February 16, 1999.

      Wessler, Stephen. Addressing Hate Crimes: Six Initiatives that are Enhancing the
        Efforts of Criminal Justice Practitioners. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department
        of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, February 2000.

     Ramsey, Carolyn. “California‟s Sexually Violent Predator Act: The Role of
        Psychiatrists, Court, and Medical Determinations in Confining Sex Offenders.”
        Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, Winter 1999.

Firearms and Gun Control

      Taylor, Lauren. R. “Getting Smarter: Making Guns Safer for Law Enforcement
        and Consumers” National Institute of Justice Journal, July 2000.

     Brady, Mick. “The Web‟s Really Big Gun Show.” E-Commerce Times (online),
         August 18, 2000. [http://www.ecommercetimes.com/news/articles2000/000818-
         1.shtml]

     Craft, Cynthia. “The Economic Silver Lining to Gun Laws.” California Journal,
         March 2000, 19.




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      U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. Reducing Illegal Firearms
          Trafficking: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned. Washington, D.C.: The
          Department, July 2000.

      U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Juvenile Gun Violence and
          Gun Markets in Boston. Washington, D.C.: The Department, March 1997.

      Wills, Garry. “Spiking the Gun Myth,” New York Times Book Review. Arming
          America: the Origins of a National Gun Culture, by Michael Bellesiles,
          September 10, 2000.

Drug Court and Drug Treatment

       U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice. The Rebirth of
         Rehabilitation: Promise and Perils of Drug Courts. Washington, D.C.: The
         Department, May 2000.

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). "Substance Abuse Treatment in
          California: Services are Cost Effective to Society." Sacramento: LAO, July 19,
          1999.

      For additional information, see StopDrugs.org: [http://stopdrugs.org] and National
          Institute of Drug Abuse Homepage [http://www.nida.nih.gov]

Justice Information Technology

       Messner, Steven, and others. An Atlas of the Spatial Patterning of County-Level
         Homicide, 1960-1990. National Consortium on Violence Research, 1999.
         [http://www.ncovr.org/docs/Special_Project/Atlas/atlas_spacial_patterning.htm]

      Perez, Jim.“Homes Designed with Fighting Crime in Mind.” Ventura County Star,
          September 4, 2000.

      Swope, Christopher. “Sherlock Online: The Long Awaited National Crime Database
         is Finally Up and Running.” Governing, September 2000.

      U.S. Department of Justice Homepage http://www.ncjrs.com

      Wilbur, Bobbie., Murphy, Collen., and Caulkins, Kaye. “Making a Difference in
          Juvenile Justice,” Policy Practice, Vol. 58, No. 2 June 2000.

      For additional information, see California Department of Justice
          [http://caag.state.ca.us] and Federal Bureau of Investigation
          [http://www.fbi.gov/homepage.htm]




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Mentally Ill Offenders

      Teplin, Linda. “Police Discretion and Mentally Ill Persons.” National Institute of
        Justice Journal, July 2000, 11.

     Welborn, J. “Responding to Individuals with Mental Illness,” The FBI Law
        Enforcement Bulletin 68 (1999), 68.

     For additional information, see National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
         [http://www.nami.org]

Youth Gangs

      U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
        Prevention. Youth Gang Programs and Strategies. Washington, D.C.: the
        Department, August 2000.

     Rosenfeld, Richard; Timothy Bray; and Arlen Egley. “Facilitating Violence: A
         Comparison of Gang-Motivated, Gang-Affiliated, and Non-gang Youth
         Homicides.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology15, no. 5 (1999).

     Zatz, Marjorie S., and Edwardo Portillos. “Voices from the Barrio: Chicano/a Gangs,
         Families, and Communities. Criminology 38, no. 2 (May 2000).

Corrections, Probation and Parole

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). "The “Three Strikes and You‟re
        out Law‟s Impact on State Prisons: An Update." Sacramento: LAO, October
        1999.

      Petersilia, Joan. “Challenges of Prisoner Reentry and Parole in California,”
        California Policy Research Center Brief 12, no. 3 (June 2000).

     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). Analysis of the 1999-2000 Budget
         Bill. Judiciary and Criminal Justice: "Reforming California‟s Adult Parole
         System." Sacramento: LAO, February 18, 1998.

     DiIulio, John, Jr., and Joseph Tierney. “Probation goes begging as prisons get big
         bucks.” Sacramento Bee, September 10, 2000, Forum section, 16.

     Nieto, Marcus. Health Care in California State Prisons. Sacramento: California
         Research Bureau, California State Library, June 1998.

     Nieto, Marcus. The Changing Role of Probation in California’s Criminal Justice
         System. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library, April
         1996.




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      Petersilia, Joan. “Doing Justice? Criminal Offenders with Developmental
          Disabilities,” California Policy Research Center Brief 12, no. 4 (August 2000).

      Sherman, Francine T. “Probation and the Delinquent Girl.” Women, Girls, and
          Criminal Justice 1 no. 5 (August/September 2000), 71.

      U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. ―Technocorrections‖: The
          Promises, the Uncertain Threats. Washington, D.C.: The Department, May
          2000.

      U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Recidivism; Probation and
          Parole; Inmate Education Programs. Washington, D.C.: The Department, May
          2000.

Violence Prevention

       California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). "Crime Prevention in
         California: Building Successful Programs." Sacramento: LAO, August 24,
         2000.

       Roth, Jeffrey A., and Joseph F. Ryan. “The COPS Program After 4 Years-
         National Evaluation.” Research in Brief (National Institute of Justice), August
         2000. [http://www.ncjrs.org/txtfiles1/nij/183644.txt]

      Myers, Jim. “Studies Slam Excessive Minority Lock-Ups, But Solutions Escape.”
         Youth Today, June 2000.

      Rubin, Edward L., ed. Minimizing Harm as a Goal for Crime Policy in California.
         Berkeley: University of California, California Policy and Research Center,
         October 1997.

      Stone, Richard, and Katrina Kelner. “Violence: No Silver Bullet, A Series of Stories
          and Research Reviews.” Science 289, no. 5479 (July 28, 2000), 570-582.

      Talbot, Margaret. “Maximum Security Adolescent.” The New York Times Magazine,
          September 10, 2000.

      Zimring, Frankli; Sam Kamin; and Gordon Hawkins. Crime and Punishment in
         California: The Impact of Three Strikes and You’re Out. Berkeley: University
         of California, Institute of Governmental Studies, 1999.

      For further information, see Crime Mapping Research Center:
           [http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/cmrc] and National Crime Prevention Council Online
           Resource Center [http://www.ncpc.org].




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School Violence

      California. School Violence Prevention and Response Task Force. School
        Violence Prevention and Response (Final Report). Sacramento: The Task Force,
        April 10, 2000. Executive summary.
        [http://www.ocjp.ca.gov/publications/pub_schlvio.htm]

     U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The School Shooter: A Threat
         Assessment Perspective. Quantico, Virginia: FBI, September 2000.

Crime Prevention and Racial Profiling in Minority Communities

      U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO), Racial Profiling: Limited Data
        Available on Motorist Stops, Washington, D.C.: the Office, March 2000.

     Coates, Robert, and Mark Umbreit. Multicultural Implications of Restorative Justice:
         Potential Pitfalls and Dangers. St. Paul MN: Center for Restorative Justice and
         Peacemaking, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, April 2000.

     Feeney, Sheila Anne. “For Parents of Teenage Boys, Discussion of Racial Profiling
         is an Absolute Must,” New York Daily News, Lifeline Section, July 9, 2000.

     Gordon, Jill; Laura Moriarty; and Pat Grant. “The Impact of a Juvenile Residential
         Treatment Center on Minority Offenders.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal
         Justice 16, no. 2 (May 2000).

     U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Attitudes Toward Crime,
         Police, and the Law: Individual and Neighborhood Differences. Washington,
         D.C.: The Department, June 1999.

     For further information, see Crime Prevention Coalition of America site,
          [http://www.crimepreventcoalition.org]

Internet Crime and Identity Theft

      U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. State and Local Law
        Enforcement Needs to Combat Electronic Crime. Washington, D.C.: The
        Department, August 2000.

     “Identity Theft.” City News Service. August 30, 2000.

     Mendenhall, Deborah. “How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft.” Pittsburgh
        Post-Gazette, September 12, 2000.

     U.S. Department of Justice, 1999 Report on Cyberstalking: A New Challenge for
         Law Enforcement and Industry. Washington, D.C.: The Department, August
         1999.



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         REVENUE AND TAXATION COMMITTEE
General

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office. (LAO), “The LAO‟s Forecast for Major
        Revenue Sources,” The 2000-01 Budget: Perspectives and Issues.
        (Sacramento: LAO, 1998).

      Governor's Office. “Revenue Estimates.” In Governor's Budget Summary 2000-
        2001, 71-88, 2000.

     California. “2000 Revenue and Taxation Reference Book” Assembly Revenue and
         Taxation Committee, January 2000.

     Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. “Poor Families In Most States Pay Less
         Income Taxes than in the Past, But Substantial Burdens Remain.” March 15,
         2000. http:www.cbpp.org/3-15-00sfp.htm.

     Doerr, David. California’s Tax Machine. Sacramento: California Taxpayers
        Association. July 2000.

     Kroes, Stephen. “Spending Limits in Era of Record Revenues.” Cal-Tax Digest.
         California Taxpayers Assocation. June 2000.
         [http://www.caltax.org/member/digest/jun2000/jun00-6.htm]

     Mackey, Scott. Tax Policy Handbook for State Legislators. Washington, D.C:
        National Conference of State Legislatures, 1997.

     Michell, Chris, and Gina Rodriquez. “Comparison Charts of Federal and California
        Tax Laws.” Special Report for Cal-Tax Online [http://www.caltax.org].
        November 1999

     Michell, Chris. “Annual Update on California‟s Manufacturing Tax Incentives.”
        Special Report for Cal-Tax Online [http://www.caltax.org]. December 1999

     Rodriquez, Gina; Eileen Roush; and Chris Michell. “California Enacts Modest
        Federal Conformity Measures.” Special Report for Cal-Tax Online
        [http://www.caltax.org]. November 1999

Gasoline Tax

      “Burning Issue.” The Economist (U.S. Edition). September 23, 2000.

      “Oil‟s Taxing Time.” The Economist (U.S. Edition). September 16, 2000.

     California Energy Commission. “Federal and California Fuel Excise Taxes on
         Gasoline Since 1990.” [www.energy.ca.gov/fuels/gasoline/gasolinetaxes.html]


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      Fischer, John W., and Bernard Gelb. “Transportation Fuel Taxes: Impacts of a
          Repeal or Moratorium." Congressional Research Service.

      Lazzari, Salvatore. “Suspending the Gas Tax: Analysis of S.2285.” Congressional
          Research Service, April 7, 2000. [www.cnie.org/nle/trans-23.html]

Internet Taxation

       Swope, Christopher. “E-conomics Problem. Governing, March 2000, 20.

      Arrison, Sonia and Naomi Lopez Bauman, “Internet Taxes: What California
          Legislators Should Know.” San Francisco: Pacific Research Institute, 2000.

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO), California Tax Policy and the
          Internet, January 31, 2000

      Mazerov, Michael. “A Five-Year Extension of the Internet Tax “Moratorium”
         Would Further Erode the Tax Base of States and Localities.” Center for Budget
         and Policy Priorities. May 12, 2000. www.cbpp.org/5-8-00tax.htm.

Proposition 13

      California Constitution Revision Commission. “State-Local Relations: Straightening
          out the Relationship of State and Local Government.” In Final Report and
          Recommendations to the Governor and the Legislature, 61-65, 1996.

      California Taxpayers Association. “Taxes: Cal-Tax Q & A: Senator Peace Cure
          Proposition 13 „Sickness‟ by Reassessing Commercial Property. Boosting the
          Homeowners‟ Exemption and Cutting the Sales Tax..” Cal-Tax Digest.
          February 2000.

      Public Policy Institue of California. “Has Proposition 13 Reduced the California Tax
          Burden?” Research Brief, September, 1998.

      Shires, Michael A., John Ellwood, and Mary Sprague. Has Proposition 13
          Delivered? The Changing Tax Burden in California. Public Policy Institute of
          California. San Francisco, 1998.
          [http://www.ppic.org/publications/PPIC111/index.html]

Vehicle License Fee

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). A Primer on the Vehicle License
          Fee. Sacramento: LAO, 1998.

      California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). California Spending Plan 2000-01.
          Sacramento: LAO, August 2000. "Chapter 2–Tax Relief Provisions."
          [http://www.lao.ca.gov/2000_reports/spend_plan/0800_spend_plan_chap_2.htm
          l#accel]


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     California. Legislative Analyst‟s Office (LAO). California Spending Plan 1998-99.
         Sacramento: LAO, October 1998. "Chapter 2–The 1998-99 Tax Reduction
         Package." [http://www.lao.ca.gov/1098_spending_plan_chapter_2.html]

     Caps, Steven, “Stalemate on Budget Crumbles.” Sacramento Bee, June 23, 2000,
        Metro Final Edition, A1.

     Willis, Doug. “Analyst Says Growing Surplus Guarantees More Cuts in Vehicle
         License Fees.” Associated Press State and Local Wire, November 18, 1999.

     For additional information, see: Cal-Tax Online (California Taxpayers' Association),
         [http://www.caltax.org]; Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce
         (Internet Taxation), [http://www.ecommercecommission.org]; California
         Legislative Analyst's Office, [http://www.lao.ca.gov]




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                 TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

Mobile Sources of Air Pollution

       California Air Resources Board. Area Designations Maps.
        [http://www.arb.ca.gov/desig/adm/adm.htm]

      Jost, Kenneth. "Asthma Epidemic: Why is it Happening? What‟s to be Done?"
        CQ Researcher 9, no. 48 (December 24, 1999), 1089-1104.

      Nystrom, Marci. California Air Quality Status & Trends. Text and slides from a
        presentation to the California Air Resources Board, May 27, 1999. California
        Air Resources Board. [http://www.arb.ca.gov/aqd/aqtrends/trends1.htm]

      U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Plain English Guide to the Clean Air
        Act. Washington, D.C.: U.S. EPA, April 1993.

     American Lung Association. State of the Air 2000. Washington, D.C.: American
        Lung Association, May 2000. “Introduction” and “Summary.”

     South Coast Air Quality Management District. The Southland’s War on Smog: Fifty
         Years of Progress Toward Clean Air. Diamond Bar, California: the District,
         1997.

     U.S. House of Representatives. Exposure to Hazardous Air Pollutants in Los
         Angeles. Minority Staff Report, Committee on Government Reform, March 1,
         1999.

     Walker, Bill, and Marshall Hendricks. School Haze: Air Pollution Near California
        Schools. Washington D.C.: Environmental Working Group, 1995.

     Diesel Emissions

     Bowman, Chris. “Diesel Control Adopted.” Sacramento Bee, September 29, 2000,
        A1.

     Duran, Gil Jose. “Diesel Exhaust Called Hazard: California to Tighten Fuel Rules.”
         San Jose Mercury News, August 28, 1998.

     State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators and the Association of
          Local Air Pollution Control Officials. Cancer Risk from Diesel Particulates:
          National and Metropolitan Area Estimates for the United States. Washington,
          DC: STAPPA and ALAPCO, March 15, 2000.




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      Emissions Trading

      “Booming Economy Raises Price of Pollution Credits.” Associated Press,
         September 5, 2000.

      Knopman, Debra S., and Megan Susman. Trading Air Emissions for Environmental
         and Economic Benefit: Success Stories from the Private Sector. Washington,
         DC: Progressive Policy Institute, February 1998.

      Zero- and Low-Emission Vehicles (ZEVs and LEVs)

       California. Air Resources Board. 2000 Zero Emission Vehicle Program Biennial
         Review. Sacramento: California Environmental Protection Agency, August 7,
         2000. Executive summary.

       Kreith, Frank; Dena Sue Potestio; Chad Kimbell; and the Center for Technical
         Information. Ground Transportation for the 21st Century. Denver, CO: National
         Conference of State Legislatures, August 1999. Executive summary.

      “Alternative Fuels.” CQ Researcher 10, no. 8 (March 3, 2000), 176.

      Polakovic, Gary. “Firms Told to Resume Making Electric Cars.” Los Angeles Times,
          September 9, 2000, A1.

      Smog Check II

       California Air Resources Board. Evaluation of California’s Enhanced Vehicle
         Inspection and Maintenance Program (Smog Check II). Sacramento: California
         Environmental Protection Agency, July 12, 2000.
         [http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/smogchk2/smogchk2.htm]

      California Inspection and Maintenance Review Committee. Smog Check II
          Evaluation.. Sacramento: IMRC, 2000. Executive summary.
          [http://smogcheck.ca.gov/smogweb/IMRC/]

Financing

       Brown, Jeffrey, and others. The Future of California Highway Finance. Berkeley,
         Ca.: California Policy Research Center. 1999

       Long, Rebecca J., and Jason A. Weller. California Travels: Financing Our
         Transportation. Sacramento: Legislative Analyst‟s Office. May 2000.

       Weller, Jason A. Public Transportation Account: Options to Address Projected
         Shortfall. Sacramento: Legislative Analyst‟s Office. January 4, 2000.

      Congressional Budget Office. Innovative Financing of Highways: An Analysis of
         Proposals. Washington, D.C.: the Office, January 1998. “Summary.”



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     Cunningham, Michael. Developing and Funding and Efficient Transportation.
        Sacramento: Legislative Analyst‟s Office. March 5, 1998.

     Fimrite, Peter. “Traffic Plans Gridlocked Over Vote Requirement.” San Francisco
         Chronicle, January 17, 2000, A15.

     McCann, Barbara, and others. Changing Direction: Federal Transportation
        Spending in the 1990s. Washington, D.C.: Surface Transportation Policy
        Project, March 2000.

     Sudeen, Matt and James B. Reed. “Is it the End of Pay-as-You-Go in Transportation
         Finance?” State Legislatures, April 2000.

     U.S. Department of Transportation. Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century:
         A Summary. Washington D.C.: The Department, July 15, 1998.
         [http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/tea21/sumcov.htm]

Mass Transit and Passenger Rail

      Center for Transportation Excellence. “Benefits of Transit.”
        [http://cfte.org/benefits_of_transit.asp]

      Free Congress Research and Education Foundation. Conservatives and Mass
        Transit: Is it Time for a New Look? Washington, D.C.: American Public
        Transportation Association. [1999].
        [http://www.apta.com/info/online/conserve.pdf]

      Gordon, Peter. Does Transit Really Work? Thoughts on the Weyrich/Lind
        ―Conservative Reappraisal.‖ Los Angeles: Reason Foundation, September
        1999. [http://www.rppi.org/transportation/ftebrief101.html]

      Weyrich, Paul M., and William S. Lind. Does Transit Work? A Conservative
        Reappraisal. Washington, D.C.: American Public Transportation Association,
        May 1999. [http://www.apta.com/info/online/weyrich2new.htm]

     Hoffman, Alan. “Transit Study Gets Wheels Turning.” San Diego Union-Tribune,
         August 13, 2000, A3.

     Lelchuk, Ilene. “Commuter Hell Heats Up: As Population Grows, Public Transit
         Doesn‟t Keep Pace, So Bay Area Freeways Get Clogged Earlier and Earlier.”
         San Francisco Examiner, September 26, 1999, C1.

     Louv, Richard. “Transit Study Gets Wheels Turning.” San Diego Union-Tribune,
        August 13, 2000.

     Richards, Gary. “Trains Integral to Future Commuting, California Business Group
         Says.” San Jose Mercury News, September 17, 1999.


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      HOV Lanes

       Long, Rebecca. HOV Lanes in California: Are They Achieving Their Goals?
         Sacramento: Legislative Analyst‟s Office. January 7, 2000.

      Lidelof, Bill. “Commuters Divided on Value of Freeway Car Pool Lanes.”
          Sacramento Bee, March 15, 1999, A1.

      Shuit, Douglas P. “Easing of Carpool Rules Backfires As Lanes Jam.” Los Angeles
          Times, January 22, 2000, Home Edition, A1.

      Buses

      Cabanatuan, Michael. “Bus Makes a Comeback to Combat Congestion.” San
         Francisco Chronicle, May 1, 2000, A1.

      Cabanatuan, Michael. “Suburbanites Buck Trend, Ride the Bus.” San Francisco
         Chronicle, February 1, 1999, A1.

      Moore, James E., and Robert W. Pool. “The Future of L.A. Transit Just Might Be
         Via the Bus.” Los Angeles Times, August 30, 1998, M6

      Light Rail

      DeLong, James V. Myths of Light-Rail Transit, Policy Study No. 244. Los Angeles:
         The Reason Foundation. September 1998. [http://www.rppi.org/ps244.html]

      Ehrenhalt, Alan. “How Light Rail Went Bigtime In Portland.” Sacramento Bee,
          August 27, 2000, I2.

      Commuter and Heavy Rail

       Reed, James B., and others. State Rail Transportation Issues and Policies.
         Denver: National Conference of State Legislatures, June 1999.

      Lindelof, Bill. “Capitol Corridor Train Ridership Rockets.” Sacramento Bee, May
          9, 2000, A1.

      Nolte, Carl. “Public-Transit Dream Stalls in Opening of Last Leg of Red Line.” San
          Francisco Chronicle, January 25, 1999, A1.

      Nolte, Carl. “San Joaquin Rail Service Moving At a Good Clip.” San Francisco
          Chronicle, January 25, 1999, A1.

      Pence, Angelica. “Caltrain Changes put Rail On Time, Increase Patronage.” San
          Francisco Chronicle, October 6, 2000.

      Richards, Gary. “Study Predicts Effects of Expansion of San Francisco-Area Transit
          System.” San Jose Mercury News, June 23, 2000.


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     High Speed Rail and Maglev

      Wilson, Hugh K., and others. High speed Trains for the United States? History
        and Options. Washington, D.C.: National Conference of State Legislatures.
        March 1996. [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/transer2.htm]

     California MAGLEV Project. Project Description. [Pasadena: Parsons
         Transportation Group], Revised July 6, 2000. Executive summary.
         [http://www.calmaglev.com/description_doc.html#]

     California High-Speed Rail Authority. Staff Recommendations for VHS Route
         Adoption. Los Angeles: the Authority, June 16, 1999.

     Flanigan, James. “„Maglev‟ and L.A.‟s Needs May Be On Opposite Poles.” Los
         Angeles Times, October 4, 2000.

     Lembke, Bud. “California‟s High-Speed Trains Are Stuck At the Station.”
        Sacramento Bee, November 21, 1999, J1.

     Ferries

     “Ferries in the 21st Century.” TR News, No. 209 (July-August 2000), 3-37.

     Bay Area Council. Bay Area Transit Initiative: Action Plan. San Francisco: The
         Council. May 1999. Executive summary.

     Fimrite, Peter. “Workaday Scramble for Dockside Parking.” San Francisco
         Chronicle, May 15, 2000, A14.

Traffic Safety

      Harris, Louis. The Third Survey of Attitudes of the American People on Highway
        and Auto Safety. Prepared for Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
        September 1999. [http://www.saferoads.org/polls/harris99/louharrisreport.pdf]

      Savage, Milissa A., and others. State Traffic Safety Legislation, 1999.
        Washington, D.C.: National Conference of State Legislatures, November 1999.

     Fimrite, Peter. “Numbskulls at the Wheel Sideswipe Road Etiquette.” San Francisco
         Chronicle, January 4, 1999, A13

     Hughes, Joe. “Authorities Report Rise in Incidents of Objects Thrown From
        Overpasses.” San Diego Union-Tribune, July 30, 2000, B1.

     Manzano, Roberto J. “Life in Slow Lane Is Anything But Boring for Patrol Drivers.”
        Los Angeles Times, January 22, 2000, B1.

     Wiegand, Steve. “Today‟s Drivers Better Than Ever? Could Be.” Sacramento Bee,
        February 7, 1999, A1.

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      Child Safety

       Savage, Milissa A. Child Passenger Protection. Washington, D.C.: National
         Conference of State Legislatures, September 2000.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/childpro.htm]

      Alonso-Zaldivar, Richardo, and Richard Simons. “Front Seat Failure, Back Seat
          Disaster.” Los Angeles Times, December 19, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Alonso-Zaldivar, Richardo, and Richard Simons. “When Parents Drive, CHP Says,
          Care Can Be Casualty.” Los Angeles Times, December 19, 1999, Home
          Edition, A1.

      School Buses

       Savage, Milissa A. School Bus Safety. Washington, D.C.: National Conference of
         State Legislatures, September 2000.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/schbussa.htm]

      Alonso-Zaldivar, Richardo. “Safety Belts In School Buses Offer No Help, NTSB
          Says.” Los Angeles Times, September 22, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Lowy, Joan. “School Districts Doubt Need for Bus Seat Belts.” Ventura County Star,
         May 3, 1999, A01.

      Teens

       Foss, Robert D. “Reducing Fatal Crash Risk Among Teenaged Drivers:
         Structuring an Effective Graduated Licensing System.” Journal of the American
         Medical Association 283, no. 12 (March 22/29, 2000), 1617-1618.

       Westphal, Sylvia Pagan, and David Haldane. “New Driving Law‟s Restrictions
         Make Turning 16 Not So Sweet.” Los Angeles Times, November 14, 1999,
         Orange County Edition, BB1.

      Chen, Li-Hui, and others. “Carrying Passengers as a Risk Factor for Crashes Fatal to
         16- and 17-Year-Old Drivers.” Journal of the American Medical Association
         283, no. 12 (March 22/29, 2000), 1578-1582.

      Goehring, Janet B. Teens and Traffic: Reducing the Risk: A Legislator's Guide.
         Denver Co: National Conference of State Legislatures, February 1999.

      Elderly

       Alonso-Zaldivar, Richardo. “Auto Makers Retool To Fit an Aging U.S.” Los
         Angeles Times, July 31, 2000, Home Edition, A1.




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      Savage, Milissa A. “The Safety of Elderly Drivers.” NCSL Legisbriefs 8, no. 21
        (April/May 2000).

     Arnott, Ann. “Old Hands At the Wheel: Aging Affects Driving Ability, But There
         Are Steps That Can Help.” San Diego Union-Tribune, June 26, 1999, Wheels
         (section), 1.

     Risling, Greg, and Solomon Moore. “Man, 91, In Crash That Killed Tot Says He‟ll
          No Longer Get Behind Wheel.” Los Angeles Times, August 21, 2000, Valley
          Edition, B1.

     Driving Under the Influence

     Bazar, Emily. “Hearings On DUI‟s Often Late: DMV‟s Backlog Lets Drivers Stay
         On the Road.” Sacramento Bee, July 25, 2000, A1.

     Hubert, Cynthia. “Repeat Offenders Test Drunken Diving Law: Some Continue to
        Defy Stiffer Sanctions.” Sacramento Bee, May 7, 2000, A1.

     Pedestrian Safety

      Ohland, Gloria, and others. Dangerous By Design: Pedestrian Safety in
        California. Sacramento: Surface Transportation Policy Project. September 2000.
        Executive summary, pages 7-10.

     Glionna, John M. “Deaths, Injuries Cloud „Walkers‟ Paradise.” Los Angeles Times,
         June 26, 2000, Home Edition, A3.

     Gordon, Rachel. “Battered Pedestrians „When You Get Hit By a Car, You Hurt
         Everywhere.‟” San Francisco Examiner, June 13, 2000, A1.

     Marosi, Richard, and Tina Borgatta. “Lobbyists Run Over Reform of Pedestrian
        Safety Laws.” Los Angeles Times, October 1, 2000.

     Smith, Gordon. “Cities Flash Walk Sign: Officials Seek Ways to Make Mean Streets
         Safe for Pedestrians.” San Diego Union-Tribune, August 28, 2000, A1.

     Trucks

      Garvey, Megan. “Rolling Thunder on the Highways.” Series: Sharing the Road,
        First of Three Parts. Los Angeles Times, August 15, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Glionna, John. “Truckers Driven By a Fast-Paced Era.” Series: Sharing the Road,
        Second of Three Parts. Los Angeles Times, August 16, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Gottlieb, Jeff. “Technology Offers Trucking Firms New Safety Strategies.”
        Series: Sharing the Road, Last of Three Parts. Los Angeles Times, August 17,
        1999, Home Edition, A1.


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      Katches, Mark, and Bonnie Weston. “Inexperienced Truckers Appear to Be a Factor
          in the Growing Number of Accidents.” Orange County Register, July 25, 1999,
          A01.

      “Truckers Are Caught Up In a Battle Over Regulations.” Los Angeles Times, August
          23, 2000, Home Edition, G1.

      Oversized Loads

      California. State Auditor. California’s Department of Transportation: Has Improved
          Its Process for Issuing Permits for Oversize Trucks, but More Can Be Done.
          Sacramento: the Auditor, May 2000.

      Garvey, Megan. “A Bridge Too Low, Far Too Often.” Los Angeles Times, August
          22, 1999, Orange County Edition, A1.

      Garvey, Megan. “State Fails to Keep Pace With Oversized Truckloads.” Los Angeles
          Times, October 21, 1999, Home Edition, A3.

      Cell Phones

       Sundeen, Matt. Cell Phones and Highway Safety: 2000 State Legislative Update.
         Denver Co.: National Conference of State Legislatures, July 2000.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/2000cell.htm]

      Alonso-Zaldivar, Richardo. “High-Tech Users Told Not to Be Driven to Distraction”
          Los Angeles Times, July 19, 2000, Home Edition, A1.

      Fresno Bee (editorial). “Driving While Phoning.” September 26, 2000.

      Aggressive Driving and Road Rage

       Goehring, Janet B. Aggressive Driving: Background and Overview Report.
         Denver Co: National Conference of State Legislatures, January 2000.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/aggrdriv.htm]

      Collins, Jeff. “Study Says Fewer Deaths In Congested Areas, Not Less Road Rage.”
          Orange County Register, March 13, 1999, B01.

      Gordon, Lary, and Tom Gorman. “Inland Empire Leads In Fatal Road Rage.” Los
          Angeles Times, March 9, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Hughes, Joe. “CHP Targets Aggressive and Unsafe Drivers.” San Diego Union-
         Tribune, August 6, 1999, A1.

      Marosi, Richard. “In Suburbs, Freeway Drivers Hit the Gas – And Get Tickets.” Los
         Angeles Times, June 4, 2000, Home Edition, A32.




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     Grade Crossings

     Reed, James B., and Matt Sundeen. "Preventing Rail Fatalities." NCSL
         Legisbriefs 8, no. 26 (June/July 2000).

     Simon, Richard. “Putting Stop to Rail Crossing Deaths.” Los Angeles Times, March
        18, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

Congestion and Congestion Management

      Southern California Association of Governments. 1999 State of the Commute
        Report: Executive Summary. Los Angeles: SCAG, July 2000.
        [http://www.scag.ca.gov/1999%20State%20of%20the%20Commute%20Report
        %20-%20Executive%20Summary.pdf]

      “Traffic Congestion: Is the United States Facing Permanent Gridlock?” CQ
        Researcher 9, no. 32 (August 29, 1999), 731-750.

     American Highways User Alliance. Saving Time, Saving Money: The Economics of
        Unclogging America's Worst Bottlenecks. Washington, D.C.: The Alliance.
        April 2000.

     Severity of Congestion

     Lindelof, Bill. “Study: Traffic is Worse, But We‟re Not L.A.” Sacramento Bee,
         November 17, 1999, A1.

     Morin, Monte. “More Time Going Nowhere.” Los Angeles Times, August 15. 2000
        Orange County Edition, B1.

     Richards, Gary. “San Jose, Calif. Area Traffic Congestion Worsening, Report Says.”
         San Jose Mercury News, September 21, 2000.

     Policy Solutions

     Corless, James. Beyond Gridlock‖ Meeting California’s Transportation Needs in
         the Twenty First Century. San Francisco: Surface Transportation Policy Project.
         May 2000. [http://www.transact.org/ca/gridlock/ack.htm]

     Martin, Hugo. “Watch for Slowing Traffic: State Struggles to Keep Up With
         Growing Congestion.” Los Angeles Times, June 24. 1999, Home Edition, W1.

     Samuel, Peter. How to "Build Our Way Out of Congestion." PS-250. Los Angeles:
        The Reason Foundation. January 1999. [http://www.rppi.org/ps250.html]

     Technical Solutions

     Bernick, Michael, and Edward McSpedon. “How Techonogy Can Reduce Traffic
         Congestion in California.” Sacramento Bee, March 7, 1999, H1.

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      Blake, Catherine. “Engineer Calls the Signals in High-Tech Traffic Plan.” Los
          Angeles Times, March 20, 2000, Ventura County Edition, B1.

      Peirce, Neal R. “Widened Freeways Create Own Gridlock?” Sacramento Bee,
          January 31, 1999, H3.

      Shuit, Douglas. “Using Traffic sensors, Strategically Paced Video Cameras and a
          New Nerve Center, Caltrans and CHP Try to Keep Freeways Flowing.” Los
          Angeles Times, February 6, 2000, Home Edition, B1.

Toll Roads, HOT Lanes, and Congestion Pricing

       Kelleher, James B., and Jenifer B. McKim. “Difficult Path for Toll Roads.”
         Orange County Register, January 5, 2000, C01.

       Kirshner, Daniel, and A. Renée Henry. Escape From Gridlock: Implementing
         Express Lanes on I-80 and Beyond: Summary Report. Oakland: Environmental
         Defense Fund, June 1998.
         [http://www.edf.org/pubs/Reports/Gridlock/GridlockFinal.pdf]

      Pool, Robert W., and C. Kenneth Orski. Building a Case for HOT Lanes: A New
          Approach to Reducing Urban Highway Congestion. Los Angeles: The Reason
          Foundation, April 1999. Executive summary. [http://www.rppi.org/257.html]

      Schiller, Erin. The Road Ahead: The Economic and Enviornmental Benefits of
          Congestion Pricing. San Francisco: Pacific Research Institute, February 1998.
          Executive Summary.
          [http://www.pacificresearch.org/issues/enviro/congestion.html]

      Transportation Corridor Agencies

       Transportation Corridor Agencies. “Press Only.”
         [http://www.tcagencies.com/home/news_pressonly.htm]

       Transportation Corridor Agencies. “Toll System Map.”
         [http://www.tcagencies.com/home/destination_system.htm]

      Hill-Holzman, Nancy. “1 Focus, 2 Sides in Tollway Fight.” Los Angeles Times,
           July 4, 1999, Orange County Edition, B1.

      Transportation Corridor Agencies. 1999 Annual Report. Irvine, Ca.: the Agencies.
          [http://www.tcagencies.com/home/destination_system.htm]

      Standard & Poor‟s. “Foothill-Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency, California.”
          Infrastructure Finance: Project Finance, Utilities and Concessions: Summary
          Analyses. New York: McGraw-Hill. September 1999. Pp- 326-327.




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     Standard & Poor‟s. “San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency.” Reprinted
         from RatingsDirect, March 6, 2000.

     91 Express Lanes

      91 Express Lanes. “Location Map.”
        [http://www.91expresslanes.com/location_map.htm]

      Orange County Transportation Agency. “SR-91 Express Lanes.” Slide
        Presentation to Board of Directors. May 22, 2000.
        [http://www.octa.net/presentation/052200/91express/slides.asp]

      Pool, Robert W. “Whither California Toll Roads After 91 Express Lanes Fiasco?”
        Cal-Tax Digest. July 2000.
        [http://www.caltax.org/member/digest/July2000/jul00-6.htm]

     James, Meg. “Legislators Vow Quick Action for Commuters.” Los Angeles Times,
        February 3, 2000, Orange County Edition, B1.

     Kindy, Kimberly. “Driven to Despair by the 91: Residents on Surface Streets Say
         Commuters Escaping the Freeway Clog Neighborhoods.” Orange County
         Register, February 13, 2000, A01.

     McKim, Jenifer B. “91 Toll Road Lost $1.8 Million In ‟99.” Orange County
        Register, May 12, 2000.
        [http://www.ocregister.com/community/features/1998/growth/transportation/200
        0/toll012cci4.shtml]

Airports

      Thompson, Christopher M. Aviation & Airports : Who Is Responsible? Final
        report to the California State Legislature by the California Commission on
        Aviation and Airports. Sacramento, CA : Senate Publications, [1991]

      Reed, James B. and Janet B. Goehring. The State Role in American Aviation
        Policy. Washington, D.C.: National Conference of State Legislatures, October
        1998. [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/transer9.htm]

     General Aviation

     Briggs, Johnathon E., and Martha L. Willman. “Under the Flight Path: Living Near
         Small Airports Can Mean Putting Up With Noise, Pollution and Crash Danger.”
         Los Angles Times, April 21, 2000, Home Edition, B1.

     Garvey, Megan, and Jack Leonard. “Can Runways and Driveways Be Neighbors?”
         Los Angeles Times, April 13, 2000, Orange County Edition, B1.




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      Willman, Martha L. “Chartering A New Course At Van Nuys Airport.” Los Angeles
          Times, December 7, 1999, Valley Edition, B1.

      Los Angeles International

      Flanigan, James. “Small-Town Thinking Can Jam Region‟s Air Traffic.” Los
          Angeles Times, March 22, 2000, Home Edition, C1.

      Kransowski, Matt. “LAX Expansion Sparks Heated Debate: But Foes Agree
          Lindbergh Must Grow To Relieve L.A. Congestion.” San Diego Union-Tribune,
          February 15, 1999, A1.

      Los Angeles World Airports. About The LAX Master Plan. September 05, 2000.
          http://www.lax2015.org/publications/masterplan_idx.html#

      Ventura County

      Blake, Catherine. “Turbulence Over Oxnard Airport Intensifies.” Los Angeles Times,
          September 10, 2000, Ventura County Edition, B1.

      Charney, Marc. “Joint Use At Mugu Is the Best Option.” Los Angeles Times,
          January 9, 2000, Ventura county Edition, B19.

      El Toro

      Fulton, William and Paul Shigley. “The Airbase-to-Airport.” Governing 13, no. 3.
          (December 1999), 38-41.

      Orange County Register. “El Toro Conversion” Current news about the conversion
          of El Toro Marine Corps Air Station and what's happening in the camps of pro-
          and anti-airport activists.
          [http://www.ocregister.com/community/features/1998/growth/eltoro/2000]

      San Francisco International

      Davis, Aaron, and Paul Rogers. “Transportation Bureau Likely to Back Expansion of
          San Francisco Airport.” San Jose Mercury News, September 8, 2000.

      Gathright, Alan, and Marshall Wilson. “Airports Plan Draws Environmentalists‟
          Ire.” San Francisco Chronicle, September 8, 2000, A17.

      San Francisco International Airport. “Runway Development: Q & A.”
          [http://www.sfoairport.com/future/runway/btf_rdv_qa.asp]

      San Diego/Lindberg Field

      Lindquist, Diane. “Local Airport Planners Look South for Relief: Tijuana Field‟s
          Sale Offers Hope to S.D.” San Diego Union-Tribune, August 5, 1999, A1.



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     Powell, Ronald W. “Airport Asked to Quiet Down: Lindberg‟s Permit to Exceed
        Noise Limits Challenged.” San Diego Union-Tribune, September 12, 2000, B1.

Goods Movement

      California Department of Transportation. 1998 California Transportation Plan:
        Statewide Goods Movement Strategy. Sacramento: the Department. August
        1998. Executive summary, pp. 6-12.

      O‟Connor, Dennis E. “An Overview Of California‟s International Trade,
        Infrastructure And Competitiveness.” Presented to the Assembly Committee On
        International Trade And Development. Sacramento: California Research
        Bureau, California State Library, March 10, 1997.

      Standard & Poor‟s. “International Port Trends Are Positive.” Reprinted from
        RatingsDirect, April 19, 2000.

     Campbell, Ronald. “Revving Up For Cargo.” Orange County Register, April 18,
        1999, A22

     O‟Connell, Jock. “A „Fly-By-Night‟ State Making Policy In the Dark: California and
        Local Planners Don‟t Know Most Exports Go by Air.” Sacramento Bee, May
        14, 2000. I1.

     Weikel, Dan. “Freighters Enter the Age of the Mega-Ship.” Los Angeles Times, June
        15, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

     Alameda Corridor Program

      Standard & Poor‟s. “Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority.” Reprinted
        from RatingsDirect, July 27, 2000.

     Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority. “Fact Sheet.” Carson, Ca.: the
        Authority. 1999.
        [http://www.acta.org/Fact_Sheets/AlCorrFacts/alcorrfacts.html]

     Martin, Hugo. “Massive Alameda Corridor Project Stirs Neighborhood Anger.” Los
         Angeles Times, June 19, 2000, Home Edition, B1.

     Weikel, Dan. “Rail Project Violated Pollution Standards, Documents Show.” Los
        Angeles Times, December 9, 1999, Home Edition, B1.

     Alameda Corridor Program East

     Alameda Corridor East Construction Authority. “Summary of ACE Project.”
        [http://www.theaceproject.org/acesummary.htm]




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      California. State Auditor. Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority: Its
          Planning and Contracting Is Generally Sound, but Proposed Changes in Rail
          Traffic May Affect Its Construction Program. Sacramento: the Auditor, May
          2000.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)

       Rabin, Jeffrey L. “MTA Strike Has Deep Roots In Agency‟s Past Mistakes.” Los
         Angeles Times, September 19, 2000, Home Edition, A24.

      MTA Vs Bus Riders’ Union

       Rabin, Jeffrey L. “U.S. Appeals Court Will Hear A Long-Running Battle As
         Much Is At Stake In Showdown for Bus Riders, MTA.” Los Angeles Times,
         May 1, 2000, Home Edition, B1.

      Labor/Community Strategy Center v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan
          Transportation Authority. Consent Decree. (Web edition prepared by plaintiffs).
          October 29, 1996.
          http://www.thestrategycenter.org/Decree/body_consent_decree.html

      Los Angeles Times (editorial). “The MTA‟s Obsession With Rail Knows No
          Bounds.” July 25, 1999, M6

      Rabin, Jeffrey L. “Can A Judge Be Persuadet To Overturn Landmark Rulings By the
          Special Master He Appointed?” Los Angeles Times, July 19, 1999, Home
          Edition, B1.

      Rabin, Jeffrey L. “MTA Told to Buy 532 Buses to Ease Crowding.” Los Angeles
          Times, March 9, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Rabin, Jeffrey L. “MTA Warns of Downside to Upgrading Bus Fleet.” Los Angeles
          Times, April 18, 1999 Home Edition, B1.

      Rabin, Jeffrey L. “Raucous Protesters Denouce Proposal To Raise Bus Fares.” Los
          Angeles Times, July 11, 1999, Home Edition, B1.

      Rail Safety

      Martin, Hugo. “State‟s Deadliest Rail System Was L.A. Blue Line.” Los Angeles
          Times, September 24, 2000, A3.

      Shuit, Douglas P. “Where Rapid Transit Means Constant Risk.” Los Angeles Times.
          November 15, 1999, Home Edition, A1.

      Shuit, Douglas P. “85% of Blue Line Deaths Occure on Fastes Segment.” Los
          Angeles Times, Home Edition. December 23, 1999, A1.




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     Shuit, Douglas P. “MTA Can do Little to Boost Crossing Safety, Study Finds.” Los
         Angeles Times, February 22, 2000, Home Edition, B1.

Bicycles

     Larsen, Elaine. “With One-Stop Bicycle Rental, Repair and Storage, Bikestation
         Palo Alto Makes for Happy Peddlers.” San Francisco Examiner, September 8,
         2000, P1.

     Norcross, Don. “Where Rubber Meets the Road: Riders and Drivers Should Define,
         Abide Rules of Engagement.” San Diego Union-Tribune, June 2, 1999, D2.

     Wildermuth, John. “Caltrans Laments High Cost of Bike Lanes on Bridges.” San
         Francisco Chronicle, May 10, 1999.

New Technology

      Sudeen, Mat and Janet B. Goehring. State Intelligent Transportation Systems in
        the Year 2000. Washington, D.C.: National Conference of State Legislatures.
        June 1999. [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/transr12.htm]

     Becerra, Hector. “Stopping Short of Green Lights: System to Clear Intersections for
         Emergency Vehicles Still Hasn‟t Caught On.” Los Angeles Times, June 19,
         2000, Orange County Edition, B6.

     Hanrahan, Jenifer. “Smile and Say Fees: Cameras Catching On for Catching Red-
        Light Runners.” San Diego Union-Tribune, April 16, 2000, D1.

     Savage, Milissa A. Automated Traffic Enforcement. Washington, D.C.: National
         Conference of State Legislatures, August 2000.
         [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/esnr/0700trnrv.htm]

     Trejos, Nancy. “The Road to Traffic Safety.” Los Angeles Times, June 25, 1999,
         Home Edition, B2.

     Wilberg, Elizabeth. “GM Black boxes in Cars Big Help or Big Brother?” San Diego
         Union Tribune, August 15, 1999, A1.




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       UTILITIES AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE
Overview

     U.S. Department of Energy. “Short-Term Energy Outlook.”
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/steo/pub/toc.html]

Digital Divide

      Baldassare, Mark. “The Digital Divide in California.” Computers in Our Future.
        Notes for a Seminar organized by the Secretary of State, Spring 2000.
        [http://www.ciof.org] Pages 24-26.

      California’s Digital Divide. Just the Facts. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute
        of California, September 2000.

      Community Building in the Digital Age. PolicyLink.org.
        [http://www.policylink.org/technology/digital_divide.html]

      Moller, Rosa. Profile of California Computer and Internet Users. Sacramento:
        California Research Bureau, California State Library, January 2000.

      “The Digital Divide.” Remarks by Governor Edward M. Gramlich at the
        Community Reinvestment Act Conference, San Francisco, California, April 17,
        2000.

     The Dollar Divide. Media Metrix. August 2000.
         [http://mediametrix.com/press/releases/20000821.jsp]

     Baldassare, Mark. PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government. San
         Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, September 1999.

     Novak, Thomas P., and Donna L. Hoffman. “Bridging the Digital Divide: The
        Impact of Race on Computer Access and Internet Use” (a working paper).
        Project 2000, Vanderbilt University, February 2, 1998.
        [http://www2000.ogsm.vanderbilt.edu/papers/race/science.html]

Foreign Trade Policy and the Global Economy

      Council on Competitiveness. Going Global: The New Shape of American
        Innovation. Washington, D.C.: the Council, 1998.

      Koehler, Gus. California Trade Policy. Sacramento: California Research Bureau,
        California State Library, November 1999.

      Mander, Jerry and Edward Goldsmith. The Case Against the Global Economy.
        San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1996.


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      Armstrong, David. “Extolling Exports: Trade Secretary Touts Golden State Around
         the World.” San Francisco Examiner, September 3, 2000, B-1.

      California. Trade and Commerce Agency. California Exports: 1999.
          [http://commerce.ca.gov/international/facts/1999.html]

      California. Trade and Commerce Agency. Surging Exports Strengthen Trade Boom
          in California. February 29, 2000.

      Dedrick, Jason, and Juan Palacios. Impact of Economic Integration on the Computer
         Sector in Mexico and the United States. Irvine: Center for Research on
         Information Technology and Organizations, University of California, Irvine,
         June 1999.

      Jenner, Stephen; Wim Douw; and Boudewijn Koops. “Sourcing Strategies of Asian
          Manufacturers and the Development of Local Linkages in San Diego and
          Tijuana.” Journal of Borderlands Studies XIII, no. 2 (Fall 1998), 19-47.

      Kuttner, Robert. “A Turning Point in the Globalization Debate,” San Diego Union-
          Tribune (December 5, 1999), G-3

      Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation. International Trade
          Trends and Impacts: The Los Angeles Region. Los Angeles: Los Angeles
          County Economic Development Corporation, 2000.

      Schweke, William. “Could Economic Development Become Illegal in the New
         World Order?” Alternatives 7, no. 8 (November 1999).

      “The New Economy.” Business Week, January 11, 2000.

NAFTA and World Trade Organization

       California. Environmental Protection Agency. California-Baja California Border
         Environmental Infrastructure Needs Assessment. Sacramento: the Agency, 1998.

       California. Trade and Commerce Agency. “NAFTA: A Preliminary Assessment
         of the Agreement‟s Impact on California.” April 1997.

       Stumberg, Robert. California: Democracy, World Trade and WTO. Sacramento:
         Office of Senator Tom Hayden, March 2000.

      Benson, Robert. “Constitution? Forget It! NAFTA Rules,” Los Angeles Times, June
          24, 1999, B-9.

      Border Institute. The U.S.-Mexican Border Environment: A Road Map to a
          Sustainable 2020. Rio Rico, Arizona: Border Institute, December 1999.




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     Cleeland, Nancy. “WTO Summit in Seattle; Labor Leaders want Worker Safeguards
         build into Trade Accords,” Los Angeles Times, December 3, 1999, A-19.

     Drenan, Todd. “Where the Action's At: The U.S.-Mexican Border.” AgExporter
         (U.S. Department of Agriculture) XI, no. 1 (January 1999).
         [http://ffas.usda.gov/info/agexporter/1999/wherethe.html]

     Flanigan, James. “World Economy Whistles in the Dark.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 24, 2000, C-1.

     Barshefsky, Charlene. “Hanging in the Balance; What China‟s WTO Accession can
         mean for Southern California.” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 17, 2000, B-7.

     Iritani, Evelyn. “Trade Pacts Accused of Subverting U.S. Policies.” Los Angeles
          Times, February 28, 1999, A-1.

     Lehman, John. U.S. Mexico Border Ten-Year Outlook: Environmental,
        Infrastructure, Funding Projections. San Antonio, Texas: North American
        Development Bank, [1999?].

     Lelyveld, Michael. “US may defend, oppose State‟s sanctions law.” Journal of
         Commerce, February 3, 1999.

     Moller, Rosa. Effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on
        State Policies. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State
        Library, September 1995.

     Neely, Michelle. Paper Tigers? How the Asian Economies Lost Their Bite.
         St. Louis: Federal Reserve Bank, January 1999.

     O‟Connell, Jock. “WTO, State Law on Collision Course.” Los Angeles Times,
        January 23, 2000, M-6.

     Peach, James and Richard Adkisson. “NAFTA and Economic Activity Along the
         U.S.-Mexico Border.” Journal of Economic Issues XXXIV, no. 2 (June 2000).

     Rosen, Ruth. “Activists Promote Fair Trade”, San Francisco Chronicle (September
         19, 2000), A-19.

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Committee on Binational Regional
         Opportunities.” [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/binational/cobro.html]

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Border Transportation.”
         [http://www.sandag.cog.ca.us/projects/binational/transport.html]

     San Diego Association of Governments. “Environmental Projects,”
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      Stumberg, Robert (contact). "Defending the Massachusetts Burma Law." Harrison
          Institute for Public Law, Georgetown University Law Center, 2000. Pages 1-11.

      Sweedler, Alan. “Energy and Environment in the California-Baja California Border
         Region: Summary.” In Alan Sweedler, Paul Anster, and Patricia Bennet, Energy
         and Environment in the California-Baja California Border Region. Institute for
         Regional Studies of the Californias, 1995.

      Zarembo, Alan. “A Long Road to Free Trade: Mexican Truck Driving After
          NAFTA.” Newsweek International, February 2000, 54.

Electricity

       Boslet, Mark. “Electrical Storm Hits New Economy.” The Industry Standard.
         September 18, 2000.

       California. Office of Ratepayer Advocates, Public Utilities Commission. Guide
        to Residential Electric Service Options. March 1, 2000.
        [http://nic.cpuc.ca.gov/divisions/ora/MatrixIntroWeb.htm]

       California. Public Utilities Commission and Electricity Oversight Board.
         California’s Electricity Options and Challenges: Report to the Governor.
         August 2, 2000. Executive summary.

       Goldsborough, James O. “Sifting Through the Electricity Mess.” San Diego
         Union-Tribune, August 21, 2000, Opinion section, B-9.

       National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). State Retail
         Wheeling Summary. June 2000.
         [www.nreca.org/news/retailwheel/ret_wh_sum.html]

       U.S. Department of Energy. “Electricity Terms."
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epav1/html/Glossary.htm]

      California’s Failed Experiment With Deregulation (Backgrounder). Towards Utility
          Rate Normalization (TURN).
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      CalPX Primer. California Power Exchange, December 1999.
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      Consumer Federation of America and Consumers Union. Electricity Restructuring
         and the Price Spikes of 1998: A Need for More Vigorous Efforts to Protect
         Consumers. Consumers Union, June 21, 1999.
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     Great Expectations: What Happens When New Markets Open? California Power
         Exchange March 27, 1998.
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     Green-e Verification Results 1999. San Francisco: Center for Resource Solutions,
         2000 . [http://www.green-e.org/power/1999vr.pdf]

     Peyton, Carrie. “PG&E Planning to Seek Rate Hike: Utility Says It‟s Hurting Under
         State Freeze. Sacramento Bee, September 24, 2000.

     Sladoje, George (Chief Executive Officer/President, California Power Exchange
         Corporation). Comments before Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
         Investigation of California Markets. California Power Exchange. Testimony to
         the FERC, September 12, 2000. [http://www.calpx.com/09-12-
         00%20Revised%20FERC%20Comments%20of%20G.%20Sladoje.doc]

     Consumers Union, Southwest Regional Office. “Stranded Investment.” May 28,
        1999. [http://www.consumersunion.org/other/strandedsw798.htm]

     California. Public Utilities Commission and Electricity Oversight Board.
         California’s Electricity Options and Challenges: Report to the Governor.
         August 2, 2000.

     Flanigan, James. “Deregulation is the Answer not the Problem. Los Angeles Times,
         August 27, 2000, Home Edition, Business section, C1.

     Kahn, Michael A. (Chairman, Electricity Oversight Board). “Testimony Before
        Joint Hearing of the Assembly Utilities, and Commerce Committee and the
        Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee.” August 10, 2000.
        [http://www.eob.ca.gov/documents/2000-08-10_KAHN_TESTIMONY.PDF];
        Visuals accompanying the testimony, [http://www.eob.ca.gov/documents/2000-
        08-10_KAHN_VISUALS.PDF]

     U.S. Department of Energy. “State of Electric Industry Restructuring Activity as of
         October 2000.” [http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/chg_str/regmap.html]

     U.S. Department of Energy. “Status of State Electric Restructuring Activity as of
         October 2000: California.” P5-9.
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     “Utility Deregulation: Can the Power Industry be Opened to Competition?” CQ
         Researcher 10, no. 1 (January 14, 2000).

Related Internet Sites

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      California Electricity Oversight Board, [http://www.eob.ca.gov/index.html]

      California Power Exchange, [http://www.calpx.com]

      California Public Utilities Commission, [http://www.cpuc.ca.gov]

      International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Links and Information on Electric
           Power Industry Deregulation,
           [http://www.ibew.com/Departments/Utility/DeregLinks.htm]

      San Diego Gas and Electric, [http://www.sdge.com]

Natural Gas

       “Choose Your Own Natural Gas Supplier.” Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
         [http://www.pge.com/whats_new/customer_choice/gas/]

       U.S. Department of Energy. “Retail Unbundling-California.”
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natural_gas/restructure/state/ca.html]

      “Berthelsen, Christian. “Winter Heat Bills to Soar, PG&E Says.” San Francisco
          Examiner, September 27, 2000, First Edition, A1.

      Katzanek, Jack. “Natural Gas Prices are Near Historic Highs: A Drop in U.S.
          Supplies and a Pipeline Explosion Contribute to Problem. The Press-Enterprise
          (Riverside, CA), August 25, 2000, Business section, C01.

      U.S. Department of Energy. “Outlook for Natural Gas: Winter 2000.
          [http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/natural_gas/presentations/2000/outlook_na
          tural_gas_winter_2000/index.htm]

      U.S. Department of Energy. “Why Do Natural Gas Prices fluctuate So Much?
          [http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/natural_gas/analysis_publications/why_do
          _prices_fluctuate/html/ngbro.html]

      U.S. Department of Energy. "Status of Natural Gas Residential Choice Programs by
          State as of March 2000."
          [http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/natural_gas/restructure/restructure.html]

Petroleum Issues

       U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration. “A Primer on
         Gasoline Pricing.”
         [http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/petroleum/analysis_publications/primer_on
         _gasoline_prices/html/petbro.html]

       California Energy Commission. “Commonly Asked Questions About California
         Gasoline & Gasoline Prices.” [http://www.energy.ca.gov/gasoline/q-and-a.html]



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      “Oil‟s Taxing Time.” The Economist, September 16, 2000 (U.S. Edition).

      “Burning Issue.” The Economist, September 23, 2000 (U.S. Edition).

      Chan, Gilbert. “Region‟s Gas Prices Lead U.S.” Sacramento Bee, September 20,
        2000, Business section, D1.

     Attorney General‟s Task Force on California Gasoline Prices. "Attorney General
         Bill Lockyer: Report on Gasoline Pricing In California: Staff Report." May
         2000.

     Cabanatuan, Michael. “Sky High Gas Prices To Linger Into Autumn: Post-vacation
        Drop Hasn‟t Materialized." San Francisco Chronicle, September 18, 2000.

     California. Energy Commission. California Energy Outlook 2000 Volume II
         Transportation Energy Systems (working draft document prepared by staff).
         Sacramento: the Commission, August 2000.
         [http://www.energy.ca.gov/reports/2000-07-28_200-00-001V2.PDF]

     Related Web sites

     California Energy Commission, [http://www.energy.ca.gov/index.html.

     U.S. Department of Energy, [http://www.energy.gov].

Hydropower

      Anderson, Leonard, “California Debates Future of Vast Hydropower System.”
        Reuters News Services 8/31/00.

      Towards Utility Rate Normalization (TURN). “Backgrounder: Ownership of
        California‟s Hydroelectric System.” March 2000.
        [www.turn.org/turnarticles/press_bkgrd_hydro2.htm]

      ”Focus Hydroelectric Assets Application.” Pacific Gas and Electric Company
        [http://www.pge.com/regulation]

     Environmental Defense and California Hydropower Reform Coalition. Power Play:
         The Divestiture of PG&E’s Hydropower System and the Future of California
         Rivers. Oakland: Environmental Defense, July 2000.
         [http://www.environmentaldefense.org/pubs/Reports/CAHydropower]

Privacy

      Thaemert, Rita. “Identity Theft.” NCSL LegisBrief (National Conference of
        State Legislatures) 7, no. 8 (February 1999).
        [http://www.ncsl.org/legis/LBRIEFS/legis78.htm] (requires password to access)

      “Identity Crisis in the Information Age.” State Legislatures, March 1999.

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       “The Politics of Privacy Protection.” Informationweek, July 17, 2000, 40-48.

      Caudill, Eve M., and Patrik E. Murphy. “Consumer Online Privacy: Legal and
         Ethical Issues.” Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 19, no 1 (Spring
         2000), 7.

      U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Privacy Online: A Report to Congress.
          Washington, D.C.: FTC, 1998. [http://www.ftc.gov/reports/privacy3/toc.htm]

      James-Catalano, Cynthia N. “Fight for Privacy.” Internet World, January 1997,
         32-34.

      O'Harrow, Robert. “Say Goodbye to Privacy.” The Washington Post National
         Weekly Edition, March 23, 1998, 6-11.

      Rosen, Jeffrey. “Is Nothing Private?” The New Yorker, June 1, 1998, 36-41.

      Schwartz, John, and Robert O'Harrow Jr. “Drawing the Veil on Privacy.” The
         Washington Post National Weekly Edition, April 6, 1998, 10.

Telecommunications

       “State of the Internet 2000.” United States Internet Council and International
         Technology and Trade Associates (ITTA) Inc. September 1, 2000. Pages 1-11.

       Chester, Jeffrey, and Gary O. Larson. “End of the Open Road: How Cable May
         Strangle the Internet.” American Spectator, January 17, 2000.

       Masci, David. “The Future of Telecommunications: Is there Enough
         Competition in the Telecom Industry.” Congressional Quarterly Researcher,
         April 23, 1999.

      California Public Utilities Commission. Surcharges and Taxes.
          [http://nic.cpuc.ca.gov/telecommunications/photo.htm]

      Consumers Union, Consumer Federation of America, and the Media Access Project.
         Who Do You Trust? Consumers Union, February 2000.
         [http://www.consumersunion.org/telecom/228reportdc.htm]

      International City/County Management Association. “Siting Wireless
           Telecommunications: Planning and Law. Management Information Service 29,
           no.1 (January 1997).

      Lee, William E. “Open Access, Private Interests and the Emerging Broadband
          Market.” Policy Analysis (Cato Institute), August 29, 2000.
          [http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa379.pdf]




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     Mayer, Caroline E. “Dial „C‟ for Confusion; Unclear Telephone Bills Spur
        Customer Complaints, Lawsuits." Washington Post, July 28, 2000, Final
        Edition, A01.

     U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Report to Congress: Fifth Annual
         CMRS Competition Report. Washington D.C.: The Commission, August 3,
         2000.

     U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Deployment of Advanced
         Telecommunications Capability: Second Report. Washington D.C.: The
         Commission, August 2000.

     United States Internet Council and International Technology and Trade Associates
         State of the Internet 2000. September 1, 2000. [http://www.usic.org]

Web sites for further information

     Californians for Telecommunications Choice, [http://www.phonecompetition.org/]

     Cato Institute Telecom Studies, [http://www.cato.org/research/telecom-st.html]

     Consumers Unions, [http://www.consumersunion.org]

     Federal Communications Commission, [http://www.fcc.gov]

     Pacific Bell, [http://www.pacbell.com]

     The Regulation Home Page, [http://www.regulation.org/]




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   WATER, PARKS, AND WILDLIFE COMMITTEE
General

      Baldassare, Mark. Special Survey on Californians and the Environment. San
        Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California, June 2000

     Janovy, John, Jr. 10 Minute Ecologist, 20 Answered Questions For Busy People
         Facing Environmental Issues. New York: St. Martin‟s Press, October 1997.

Calfed

      McClurg, Sue. “Delta Deal?” Western Water, July/August 2000

      Philp, Tom. “Will This Shot-Gun Marriage Last?” Sacramento Bee, June 11,
        2000, Final Edition, I1.

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to the Delta. Sacramento:
        WEF, 1998.

     Calfed Bay-Delta Program. California’s Water Future: A Framework for Action.
         Sacramento: Calfed. June 9, 2000.

     Doyle, Michael. “Widely Opposed Water Bill OK‟d By House Panel.” Sacramento
        Bee, September 21, 2000, A6.

     Hearden, Tim. “Calfed Program Withering: Water-Supply Project Chief Quits as
         U.S. Funding Stalls.” Redding Record Searchlight, October 3, 2000.

     Leavenworth, Stuart. “Major Water Accord Leaking.” Sacramento Bee, September
         10, 2000,. B1

Water Resources

      Santa Rosa Press Democrat (editorial). “This Arid Land.” September 3, 2000.

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to California Water.
        Sacramento: WEF, 2000

     Philip, Tom. “A Zero-Sum Conflict of Fish, Farmers, L.A.” Sacramento Bee,
          January 9, 2000, I1.

     Reisner, Marc. “State‟s Politics of Water Consensus Is A Dry Well.” Sacramento
         Bee, April 11, 1999, H1.

     Reisner, Marc. Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water.
         New York: Penguin Books, 1993.



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      Snow, Lester. “Consensus Quells the Water Wars.” Sacramento Bee, April 29,
         1999, B7

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Water Rights Law. Sacramento:
         WEF. 1995

      Water Resources Planning

       Department of Water Resources. California Water Plan Update: Executive
         Summary. Bulletin 160-98. Sacramento: DWR, November 1998.

      Association of California Water Agencies. California’s Looming Water Crisis: A
          Status Report. Sacramento: ACWA, November 1999

      Gleick, Peter H., and others. California Water 2020 A Sustainable Vision. Oakland
          CA: Pacific Institute for Studies In Development, Environment, and Security,
          May 1995. Executive summary.

      O‟Connor, Dennis. "Statement Presented to the Senate Select Committee on Cal Fed
         Water Program." August 5, 1998.

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Water Conservation.
         Sacramento: WEF, 1997

      Water and Land-Use Planning

       Garrett, Robert T., and Jennifer Bowles. “Courts Reign In „Paper Water‟:
         Rulings Suggest Unrealistic Projections May Allow Development to Outstrip
         Supply.” Press-Enterprise (Riverside), September 24, 2000, A01.

       “Water and Growth: A Roundtable Discussion.” Western Water, March/April
         2000.

      Johnson, Pamela J. “County OKs Suit to Halt Newhall Ranch Plan.” Los Angeles
          Times, April 7, 1999, Ventura County Edition, B1.

      Kanouse, Randele. “Planning for Growth? Then Expect to Pay for Water.” Los
         Angeles Times, June 18, 2000, Valley Edition, B19.

      Kelly, Daryl, and Annette Kondo. “Judge Orders halt to Newhall Ranch Over Water
          Supply.” Los Angeles Times, June 2, 2000, Ventura County Edition, A1.

      Groundwater

       Grossi, Mark, and John Ellis. “Farmers and Environmentalists Have Questions
         and Doubts About A Proposed Underground Water-Storage Plan for Rural
         Madera County: Bank on It Or Flush It?” Fresno Bee, July 2, 2000, A1




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      Leavenworth, Stuart. “High Court Water Ruling Back Farmers.” Sacramento Bee,
        August 22, 2000, A4.

      Los Angeles Times (editorial). “On Water, Think Statewide.” August 27, 2000,
        M4

      Philp, Tom. “Mojave Mirage? Big Risks on the Final Water Frontier.”
        Sacramento Bee, September 3, 2000, I1.

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Groundwater. Sacramento:
        WEF, 1998

     Schneider, Anne J. “Are Our Ground Water Laws Adequate?” Are California’s
         Ground Water Resources Sustainable? Proceedings of the Nineteenth Biennial
         Conference on Ground Water. Sacramento. September 13-14, 1993. 47-54.

     Thorson John E. “Protecting Ground Water as Res Publica.” Are California’s
         Ground Water Resources Sustainable? Proceedings of the Nineteenth Biennial
         Conference on Ground Water. Sacramento. September 13-14, 1993. 1-7.

     Water Transfers

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Water Marketing.
        Sacramento: WEF, 2000.

     Green, Dorothy, and Carla Bard. “Perspective on Water: Profiting From A Public
         Resource.” Los Angeles Times, August 24, 1997.

     Israel, Morris, and Jay R. Lund. “Recent California Water Transfers: Implications
          for Water Management.” Natural Resources Journal 35, no. 1 (Winter 1995), 1-
          32

     Landry, Clay J. Saving Our Streams Through Water Markets. Bozeman, Mt:
         Political Economy Research Center, 1998

     Newton, Mark. The Role of Water Transfers In Meeting California’s Water Needs.
        Sacramento: Legislative Analyst. September 8, 1999

     Water Recycling/Reclamation

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Water Recycling.
        Sacramento: WEF, 1999

     Balint, Kathryn. “Down the Drain: Plant Dumps 90% of City‟s Reclaimed Water
         Into Sea.” San Diego Union Tribune, October 10, 1999, A-1.

     Balint, Kathryn. “S.D. Panel Ends Water Reuse Plan; Will Seek Other Uses Than
         „Toilet-to-Tap‟.” San Diego Union Tribune, April 1, 1999, B-2.


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      Calkins, Ron. “Cities Use of Reclaimed Water for Irrigation Eases Pressure on Other
          Sources.” Ventura County Star, April 2, 1999, B06.

      Freeman, S. David, and Frances Spivy-Weber. “Recycling Keeps L.A.‟S Supply
          Safe, Plentiful.” Los Angeles Times, May 28, 2000, Valley Edition, B17.

      Krist, John. “Overcoming the Yuck Factor.” Ventura County Star, June 1, 2000,
          B06.

      Morgan, Shante. “'Toilet to Tap' Water Recycling Plan Has L.A. Residents Split.”
         San Diego Union-Tribune, July 23, 2000, A-3.

      Droughts

       Department of Water Resources. Preparing for California’s Next Drought.
         Sacramento: DWR, July 2000. Executive summary and "Key Findings.”
         [http://wwwdwr.water.ca.gov/dir-drought_panel/text/executive_summary.html]

       Gardner, Michael. “Experts Warn State Is Not Yet Ready for Next Drought.” San
         Diego Union-Tribune, November 26, 1999.

      King, Peter H. “Wave of the Future Or Washout?” Los Angeles Times, March 2,
          2000, Home Edition, A1.

      Thrower, Laurie Koch. “Experts Warn of Possible Drought.” Press-Enterprise
          (Riverside), May 24, 2000, A01.

      Umbach, Kenneth W. Agriculture, Water, and California’s Drought of 1987-92:
         Background, Responses, Lessons. CRB-Is-94-003. Sacramento: California
         Research Bureau, California State Library, April 1994.

      Colorado River

       McClurg, Sue. “Managing the Colorado River.” Western Water,
         November/December 1999.

      Perry, Tony. “3 Feuding Water Agencies Reach Accord on Details of Landmark
          Pact.” Los Angeles Times, October 16, 1999, Home Edition, A22

      Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to the Colorado River.
         Sacramento: WEF, 1998

      State Water Project

       Krist, John. “Fiction Is A Bad Foundation: Recent Court Ruling Casts Doubt On
         A Key Assumption Underlying Growth. Ventura County Star, October 5, 2000.
         [http://www.insidevc.com/opinion/342902.shtml]




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      Leavenworth, Stuart. “State Water Policy Rebuked By Court: California
        Promises More Water Than It Can Deliver, Ruling Says.” Sacramento Bee,
        September 19, 2000.

     O‟Connor, Dennis. Financing the State Water Project: Options for Change. CRB-IS-
        94-005. Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library,
        August 1994.

     Pollard, Vic. “Water Ruling A Blow to Kern.” Bakersfield Californian, September
         18, 2000.

     State Water Contractors. “State Water Project Contractors Agree to New Set of
          Management Principles.” News Release. Sacramento: The Contractors.
          December 16, 1994.

     Yardis, David. “The Monterey Agreement Principles: Issues, Concerns, and
         Opportunities.” Statement Before the Joint Interim Hearing of the Senate
         Committee on Agriculture and Water Resources and the Assembly Committee
         on Water, Parks, and Wildlife. San Jose, California. November 17, 1995.

     Central Valley Project

      McClurg, Sue. “Central Valley Project Improvement Act Update.” Western
        Water, January/February 2000.

     Vogel, Nancy. “CVP‟s River of Plenty Falling Short.” Sacramento Bee, October 31,
        1999, A1.

     Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to the Central Valley Project.
        Sacramento: WEF, 1998.

Water Agencies

      Bailey, Eric. “Watchdog Calls Special Districts Lax.” Los Angeles Times, May 4,
        2000, Home Edition, A1.

     California. Little Hoover Commission. Special Districts: Relics of the Past Or
         Resources for the Future? Sacramento: the Commission, May 2000.

     Metropolitan Water District and San Diego County Water Authority

      Gardner, Michael. “Legislators Aim to Turn the Tide At Metropolitan Water
        District.” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 10, 1999, A3.

     Gardner, Michael, and Steve LaRue. “Big Water Wholesaler Wins Ruling on Costs.”
         San Diego Union-Tribune, June 1, 2000, A3.




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      O‟Connor, Dennis E. The Governance of the Metropolitan Water District of
         Southern California: An Overview of the Issues. CRB-98-013. Sacramento:
         California Research Bureau, California State Library, August 1998.

      San Diego Union-Tribune (editorial). “Wheeling – and Dealing: MWD Is Blocking
          Free-Market Water In California.” April 27, 2000, B10.

      East Bay Municipal Utility District and The American River

       Vogel, Nancy. “Bay Area Makes New Push for American River Water.”
         Sacramento Bee, April 1, 2000, A1

      Hamburg, Laura. “The Boiling Point: Competing Groups Are Sputtering Over the
         Future of the American River.” San Francisco Chronicle, May 6, 1999, A19.

      Vogel, Nancy. “Water Forum Crafts Accord.” Sacramento Bee, November 18, 1999,
         A1

      Taugher, Mike. “California East Bay Utility Seeks Support for Water Pipeline
          Project.” Contra Costa Times, April 12, 2000.

      Westlands Water District

       Arax, Mark. “Water War Divides San Joaquin Valley Farmers.” Los Angeles
         Times, September 5, 2000, Home Edition, A3.

      Grossi, Mark. “City Fears Surface With Water Bid: Orange Cove Finds Claim By
          Westlands for A Third of the River Hard to Swallow.” Fresno Bee, September
          15, 2000.

      Grossi, Mark. “Water Case Hinges on 2 Obscure Laws.” Fresno Bee, August 20,
          2000, A1.

      Maxwell, Lesli A. "Westlands: move broke meeting law." Fresno Bee,
         September 30, 2000.

Flood Management

       Water Education Foundation. Layperson’s Guide to Flood Management.
         Sacramento: WEF. 1998

       “Who‟ll Stop the Big Flood?” Sacramento Bee, February 28, 1999.

      Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife. Summary of the Informational
          Hearings on the January 1997 Floods. Sacramento: the Committee, 1997.

      Buel, Stephen. “The 100-Year Flood: A Costly Myth.” San Jose Mercury News,
          March 31, 1998, 1A



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     Flood Emergency Action Team (FEAT). Final Report. Sacramento: Resources
         Agency, May 1997

     Friends of the River. Beyond Flood Control Flood Management and River
         Restoration. Sacramento: Friends of the River, 1997.

     Kelly, Robert. Battling the Inland Sea: Floods, Public Policy, and the Sacramento
         Valley, 1850-1986. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997

     McCarthy, Elizabeth. "Perspective on the New Year's Floods." Western Water,
        March/April 1997, 4-14.

     Mount, Jeffrey F. California Rivers and Streams. Berkeley, CA: University of
        California Press, November 1995.

     U.S. Geological Survey. Significant Floods In the United States During the 20th
         Century – USGS Measures A Century of Floods. USGS Fact Sheet 024-00.
         March 2000

Land Conservation

      California Environmental Dialogue. Land Conservation In California: Needs for
        the Next Decade. [Sacramento, CA]: Planning and Conservation League
        Foundation. Revised December 1999.

      California. State Auditor. California’s Wildlife Habitat and Ecosystem: The State
        Needs to Improve Its Land Acquisition Planning and Oversight. Sacramento:
        the Auditor, June 2000

      Grad, Shelby. “Turf War Pits Sports Groups Vs. Wildlife Backers.” Los Angeles
        Times, March 30, 1998, A3.

     Wilson, Janet. “Saving Land to Pave Land: Conservation Easements Were Set Up to
         Preserve Wilderness, But They‟re Being Used to Facilitate Development.” Los
         Angeles Times, November 7, 1999, Orange County Edition, B1.

Endangered Species

     Law

      Dwyer, Lynn E., and Dennis D. Murphy. “Fulfilling the Promise: Reconsidering
        and Reforming the California Endangered Species Act.” Natural Resources
        Journal 35, no. 4. ( Fall 1995), 755-770.

      Williams, Cindy Deacon. “Aquatic Resources and the Endangered Species Act.”
        Fisheries 19, no. 1. (January 1994), 19-21.




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      Corn, M. Lynne. Endangered Species: Continuing Controversy. CRS Issue Brief
          for Congress. July 17, 2000.

      “Endangered Species Act: Does It Put An Unfair Burden on Landowners?” CQ
         Researcher, 9, no. 37 (October 1, 1999), 849-864

      Mehta, Seema. “Agency That Marks Habitats Draws Fire From All Sides.” Los
         Angeles Times, Internet Edition, September 18, 2000.

      Mueller, Tara L. Guide to the Federal and California Endangered Species Laws,
         January, 1996 Supplement. Sacramento CA: Planning and Conservation League
         Foundation. January 1996 Supplement.

      Status of Species

       Mittermeier, Russel A. “California Foristic Province.” In Hotspots: Earth’s
         Biologically Richest and Most Endangered Terrestrial Ecoregions. Mexico
         City: Cemex: Conservation International, 1999. Pages 177-187.

      Stein, Bruce A., Ed. Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity In the United
          States. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

      Multiple Species Conservation Plans (NCCPs, HCPs)

       Kostyack, John. “Reshaping Habitat Conservation Plans for Species Recovery:
         An Introduction to A Series of Articles on Habitat Conservation Plans.”
         Environmental Law 27 no. 3 (Fall 1997), 755-765.

      Baur, Donald C., and Karen L. Donovan. “The No Surprises Policy: Contracts 101
          Meets the Endangered Species Act.” Environmental Law 27, no. 3 (Fall 1997),
          767-790.

      Gaffin, John M. “Can We Conserve California‟s Threatened Fisheries Through
          Natural Community Conservation Planning?” Environmental Law 27, no. 3,
          (Fall 1997), 791-801.

      Jasny, Michael. Leap of Faith: Southern California’s Experiment in Natural
          Community Conservation Planning. New York: Natural Resources Defense
          Council, May 1997.

      Kaiser, Jocelyn. “When A Habitat Is Not A Home.” Science 276 (June 13, 1997),
          1636-1638.

      Kareiva, Peter, and others. Using Science In Habitat Conservation Plans. Santa
          Barbara, California: The National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis,
          1998. Executive summary.




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     Shilling, Fraser. “Do Habitat Conservation Plans Protect Endangered Species?”
          Science 276 (June 13, 1997), 1662-1663.

Introduced Species

     Effects

      Devine, Robert S. America’s Battle With Non-Native Animals and Plants.
        Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, June 1998.

      Enserink, Martin and others. “News Focus: Biological Invaders.” Science 285
        (September 17, 1999), 1834-1843.

     Policies/Programs

      American Fisheries Society. “Introduction of Aquatic Species.” AFS Position
        Statement. [http://www.fisheries.org/resource/page13.htm]

      “The Noxious Weed Prevention and Control Program of the California
        Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA).”
        [http://pi.cdfa.ca.gov/weedinfo/preventionprgm.html]

      United States General Accounting Office. Invasive Species: Federal and Selected
        State Funding to Address Harmful, Nonnative Species. GAO/RCED-00-219.
        Washington, D.C.:GAO, August 2000. Pages 1-29.

     Rainey, James. “Sierra Trout Killed In Bid to Save Frogs.” Los Angeles Times,
         September 22, 1999, Home Edition, A3.

     Strong, Donald R., and Robert W. Pemberton. “Biological Control of Invading
         Species – Risks and Reforms.” Science 288 (June 16, 2000), 1969-1970.

     Specific Invaders

      Becerra, Hector. “California A Paradise for Pests as Well as People.” Los Angeles
        Times, April 9, 2000, Home Edition, A32.

     Cone, Marla. “Eurobean Crab Poses Threat to West Coast Sea Life.” Los Angeles
        Times. November 5, 1998, Home Edition, A3.

     Glionna, John M and Sue Mcallister. “Parks Wage War Against Invasion of A Killer
         Weed.” Los Angeles Times, July 9, 1997, B1.

     Kaiser, Jocelyn. “California Algae May Be Feared European Species.” Science 289
         (July 14, 2000), 222-3.

     LaRue, Steve. “Weeding Out A Real Killer: Hard to Tame Arundo Pushes Out Plant,
        Bird Life Along River.” San Diego Union-Tribune, April 20, 2000, B-2.


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      Martin, Glen. “Overrunning Water Pumps, Crabs Become A Tasty Nuisance.” San
          Francisco Chronicle, October 18, 1999, A15

      Martin, Glen. “The Next Big Sting.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 21, 2000,
          A7

      Sotero, Ray. “Star Thistle – A Big Problem That Doesn‟t Want to Leave.” Ag Alert.
          December 16, 1988. [www.cfbf.com/archive/aa-1216c.htm]

      Umbach, Kenneth W. Africanized Honeybees In California. CRB Note 6, No. 2.
         Sacramento: California Research Bureau, California State Library. April 1999.

Fisheries

       Cone, Marla. “Panel Urges Less Fishing In Oceans.” Los Angeles Times, October
         23, 1998, Home Edition, A3.

       Lazaroff, Cat. “U.S. Orders Fisheries Managers to Better Protect Habitat.”
         Environmental News Service. September 20, 2000.
         [http://ens.lycos.com/ens/sep2000/2000L-09-20-06.html]

      Bailey, Eric. “The North Coast Abalone Wars.” Los Angeles Times, September 27,
          1999, Home Edition, A3.

      Committee on Ecosystem Management for Sustainable Marine Fisheries, National
         Research Council. Sustaining Marine Fisheries. Washington, D.C.: National
         Academy Press, 1999. Executive summary.
         [http://www.nap.edu/html/marine_fisheries/]

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