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Dec 03, 2006   
AT&T execs donate funds to governor
 
Dec 01, 2005   
Westly wants Schwarzenegger to explain jet deal
 
Nov 01, 2004   
Wal-Mart, Walton family support Schwarzenegger agenda with $1 Million
 
Dec 08, 2004   
Embattled home lender gives heavily to politicians;
Ameriquest, a big donor to both parties, accused of duping low-income borrowers
 
Dec 06, 2004   
Subtle product plugs seen in governor's TV ad;
Cafeteria table is set for controversy, some analysts say
 
Dec 03, 2004   
Political group criticised for outsourcing work to India
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Cellphone Companies Win on the PUC's Bad Call
Schwarzenegger Caves In To Cell Companies
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Car Dealers in Capitol's Fast Lane;
While Schwarzenegger declares war on 'special interests,' he has helped one of the state's most effective lobbies get showroom treatment.
 
Dec 02, 2004   
Eighteen California companies win $80.8 million in tax refunds
 
Dec 02, 2004   
State OKs $80 Million in Tax Refunds to Companies;
None of the firms benefiting from a tax credit for equipment purchases paid state income taxes. Activists threaten lawsuit.
 
Dec 01, 2004   
PUMPING HIM UP;
Governor's position as a top editor at a pair of bodybuilding magazines may enhance his political celebrity
 
Nov 02, 2003   
Small, big business team up again;
Government regulations held back in elections through grass roots, money
 
Nov 01, 2003   
Businesses hail Prop. 64 victory;
Opponents call it a victory for polluters and scofflaws.
 
Nov 01, 2003   
State's Businesses Are Given a Lift by Voters;
Companies, with the governor's help, win on referendums about health insurance and limits on lawsuits.
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Leader of Bay Bridge panel linked to potential bidder
 
Oct 31, 2003   
Schwarzenegger twice used law he blames for frivolous lawsuits
 
Dec 09, 2003   
Schwarzenegger back on the job;
SOME BILLS AFFECT CONVENTION HOSTS
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Used-car measure mired in disputes;
Bill requires 3-day cooling-off period, caps loan markups.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Special Interests or 29% Interest?
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Former Poway assemblywoman one step closer to Consumer Affairs post
 
Dec 08, 2003   
Senate Panel Backs Zettel for State Job;
The Democrat-led committee's approval of the Republican as consumer affairs director is a setback for some watchdog groups.
 
Dec 08, 2003   
DMV comes out against rules for auto dealers;
Critics see link to governor's campaign cash
 
Dec 07, 2003   
Terminating U.S. jobs?
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Governor gets cash at record pace
 
Dec 06, 2003   
Measure's Foes Woo Governor;
Environmental groups say an initiative that seeks to limit frivolous lawsuits would make it more difficult to uphold anti-pollution laws.
 
Dec 05, 2003   
Chamber charmed by all-business governor;
Economic initiatives now at top of his list
 
Dec 05, 2003   
State chamber looks revitalized
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Schwarzenegger recruits press aide from CNN;
3rd Wilson staffer joins eclectic mix from left, right
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Schwarzenegger names chamber lobbyist Legislative Secretary
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Business lobbyist tapped as aide;
Gov.-Elect Rankles Consumer Activists
 
Nov 01, 2002   
Landmark California privacy law on chopping block
 
Oct 31, 2002   
Privacy fight -- Where's Arnold?
 
Dec 09, 2002   
Schwarzenegger Goes for Outsider Role, Insider Help
 
Dec 09, 2002   
Former Davis Donors Give to Rivals; Schwarzenegger Breaks Money Vow;
The governor is the top fund-raiser. The actor takes donations after pledging
 
Dec 09, 2002   
An Outsider Candidate Who Favors Insider Advice
 
Dec 04, 2002   
Junk Faxes
 
Dec 05, 2000   
Just the Fax
 
Dec 04, 2000   
Suit Follows Lead Of Hooters Case
 
Dec 04, 2000   
Group Sues To Cease Unsolicited Fax Ads
 
Dec 04, 2000   
A consumer group says unwanted faxes are more than a nuisance: they're illegal
 
Nov 30, 1999   
Hypocrisy in the sponsoring of The Rolling Stones tour by AmeriQuest
 




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