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February 1, 1988 - The Greater Avenues for Independence (GAIN) Program
February 1, 1988 - State Impact of Increasing the Minimum Wage
February 1, 1988 - State Programs for Older Californians
February 1, 1988 - State Programs to Help the Homeless
February 1, 1988 - Funding for State-Mandated Local Programs
February 1, 1988 - Meeting the Costs of Federal Immigration Reform
February 1, 1988 - The Health Services "Safety Net"
February 1, 1988 - A Status Report on Proposition 65--The Safe Drinking Water And Toxic Enforcement Act Of 1986
February 1, 1988 - Special Schools
February 1, 1988 - The Allocation of Home-to-School Transportation Funds
February 1, 1988 - Research at CSU
February 1, 1988 - The Impact of Demographic Changes on California
January 1, 1988 - The objective of this report is to provide the Legislature with information which will enable it to subject tax expenditure programs to the same ongoing scrutiny that direct expenditure programs receive, thereby facilitating the development of proposals to renew, modify, or delete individual tax expenditure programs in conjunction with the regular budget process.
January 1, 1988 - The Safe Drinking Water Bond program provides grants and low-interest loans to assist local water suppliers in meeting minimum drinking water standards. This report presents our findings and recommendations regarding the bond program as required by Section 13819(d) of the Water Code, which was added by the Safe Drinking Water Bond Law of 1984 (Ch 378/84).
January 1, 1988 - This report is submitted pursuant to Chapter 323, Statutes of 1983. This legislation requires the Legislative Analyst to (1) evaluate the effectiveness of regulatory fees as a method of funding the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and (2) recommend whether regulatory fee funding for the PUC should be continued, amended, or repealed. Chapter 1 describes the PUC's regulatory fee system. Chapter 2 provides the major arguments for and against the use of regulatory fees and contains our recommendation on the commission's ongoing funding source. Chapter 3 describes other issues related to the PUC's regulatory fee structure.