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  • Inventory of the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee Records
    Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The Assembly International Trade and Development Committee Records consist of two cubic feet of records reflecting the activity of the committee in overseeing legislation and other matters concerning international trade and economic development The records cover the years 1997 2000 Background The Assembly created the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee in 1997 The new committee was created in order to divide the responsibilities of the Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee between two committees The Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee retained responsibility for the common carriers expansion of overseas markets international trade research and import export finance intrastate commerce motion picture industry Public Utilities Commission state capital telecommunications women and minority business enterprises Extent 2 cubic feet Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections Availability While the majority of the records are open for research any access restrictions are

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  • California State Assembly Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee Records
    committee s records which date from 2000 2014 consist of 15 cubic feet of textual records and are organized into four record series Bill Files covering legislative sessions from 2001 2014 Hearing Files and Hearing Reports with the Hearing Files ranging from 2001 2014 and the Hearing Reports dating from 2001 2008 Correspondence Files from 2000 2008 and an End of the Year Report from 2013 Background Created by House Resolution 1 on December 4 2000 the Assembly Committee on Jobs Economic Development and the Economy replaced the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee The Jobs Economic Development and the Economy Committee assumed its predecessor s responsibility of reviewing legislation related to a wide range of issues including business advocacy of import export trade California Mexico relations California overseas trade offices development of international high tech markets economic impact reports effect of balance of trade issues on California Enterprise Zones expansion of overseas markets foreign investments by and in California impacts of federal budget on international trade international capital and capital formation interstate commerce seaports and physical infrastructure sister state and friendship agreements with other nations state and local economic development and tourism In addition the Jobs Economic Development and the Economy Committee was assigned all legislation relating to business advocacy within California and the United States the Department of Information Technology development and expansion of new technologies except energy economic disaster relief impacts of federal budget on high tech projects information technology industrial innovation and research small business development and operations and year 2000 compliance Assembly Journal February 6 1997 pg 252 Assembly Journal January 31 2001 pg 233 Extent 15 cubic feet Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State

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  • Inventory of the Assembly Judiciary Committee Records
    and Trade Practices the Subcommittee on Narcotics the Subcommittee on Police Administration the Subcommittee on Pornographic Literature the Subcommittee on Rackets the Subcommittee on Real Estate Contracts and Trust Deeds the Subcommittee on Right of Privacy and the Subcommittee on Uniform Acts Background The history of the Assembly Judiciary Committee predates California s admission into the Union to the would be State s first Constitutional Convention of 1849 held in San Jose On Tuesday December 18 1849 the third standing committee of the House to be created was that of Judiciary 1849 Senate Journal page 580 While the exact jurisdiction of this initial body is unclear the Judiciary Committee seems to have had a broad legislative scope including hearings on anything from the organization of district courts to protecting ornamental trees While the new legislature set about establishing a new government California officially became the 31st state of the United States of America on September 9 1850 To better understand the various changes in name and scope of this committee it may be helpful to summarize the changes in the structure of legislative sessions Extent 161 5 cubic feet of textual materials audio visual materials and photographs Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please consult California State Archives staff Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives Office of the Secretary of State Sacramento as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections Availability Collection is open for research Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information Committee History Additional Information Scope and Content Accruals Indexing Terms Related Material Microfilm Series Description Bill Files Hearing Files Subject Files Correspondence Reports Minutes Assembly

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  • Inventory of the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee Records
    56 cubic feet of material reflecting the activities of the committee Although the name of the committee changed several times its primary mandate remained the same to introduce and investigate legislation on issues of labor and employment Background The first Assembly committee dedicated to legislation relating to issues of employment was created on Saturday January 10 1880 On that day Assembly Member Braunhart moved to amend Rule Nineteen by adding a subdivision to be numbered thirty eight to read A Committee on Labor and Capital Assembly Journal January 10 1880 p 45 Although the name of the committee has changed several times the basic mandate has remained the same for well over a century In every legislative session since 1880 there has been an Assembly committee dedicated to the various issues of labor and employment Extent 56 cubic feet Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections Availability While the majority

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  • Inventory of the California State Assembly Local Government Committee Records, 1940-2008
    County Government Committee They reflect the activity of the committees in overseeing legislation and other matters affecting California s local governments including counties cities local agency formation committee water districts and other special districts The records cover the years 1940 2008 with the bulk from 1969 2008 They are comprised of bill files hearing files subject files correspondence files legislative counsel opinions and court opinions Background Since the California legislature was first organized there has been an Assembly committee concerned with the affairs of local governments The earliest committee the Assembly Counties and County Boundaries focused the boundaries and divisions of counties and the salaries of county officials By the 1880s the Assembly added the Assembly County and Township Committee and the Municipal Corporations Committee The Counties and County Boundaries and the County and Township Government Committees ceased operation after 1911 Apparently to replace both the Assembly created the County Government Committee in 1913 In the same year a Committee on Libraries to review matters concerning local libraries was established The Municipal Corporations Committee the County Government Committee and the Libraries Committee continued to operate until 1943 when the Assembly formed the Municipal and County Government Committee in their places It was assigned the subject matter in the Government Code relating to the government of cities counties cities and counties districts and other political subdivisions of the state uncodified laws relating there to and other matters relating to municipal and county government HR438 July 11 1968 Assembly Journal p 5709 Extent 129 cubic feet Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from

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  • Inventory of the California State Assembly Natural Resources Committee Records
    directed to ascertain study and analyze all facts relating to any subjects that the committee on Rules shall assign to them upon request of the assembly or upon its own initiative The Natural Resources Committee is the most recent of four Assembly committees established to oversee the quality and preservation of California s natural resources Background The Natural Resources Committee is the most recent Assembly committee to oversee the quality and preservation of California s natural resources Edwin L Z Berg Dem 1973 1974Charles Warren Dem 1975 1977Thomas M Hannigan Rep 1981 1982Terry Goggin Dem 1983 1984 Extent 74 cubic feet of textual material 206 audiotapes 14 CDs 13 videotapes 4 DVDs 7 slides 6 Dictabelts and 26 photographs Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections Availability While the majority of the records are open for research any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions Collection Overview Collection

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  • Inventory of the California State Assembly Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security Committee Records
    continually established a committee related to public employment retirement and social security The committee s name and responsibility have changed since this time The overall scope and responsibilities of the committee have essentially remained the same since its inception focusing primarily on issues related to retirement health care and employment issues involving State employees The California State Assembly Public Employees Retirement and Social Security Committee records consists of 30 cubic feet of textual records of the Assembly Public Employment and Retirement Committee the Assembly Employment and Public Employees Committee the Assembly Public Employees and Retirement Committee and the Assembly Public Employees Retirement and Social Security Committee Background Since 1969 the Assembly has continually established a committee related to public employment retirement and social security The committee s name and responsibility have changed since this time Extent 30 cubic feet of textual files and 239 audio cassette tapes Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the

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