Citations with the tag: WILSON, Pete
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- Wilson offers half a loaf with tort reform plan.
Fine, Howard // Orange County Business Journal; 3/10/97, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p8
Discusses a tort reform proposal which was presented by California's Governor Pete Wilson. Stipulations of the proposal; Effects on legal processes; Reference to Democrats disapproval of this type of proposal.
- Wilson's California agenda could be recipe for the US.
Wood, Daniel B. // Christian Science Monitor; 1/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 30, p1
Reports on the possibility of Republican Gov. Pete Wilson being short-listed for the 1996 presidential race. Wilson's political career; Importance of the state of California on his presidential race performance; Analysts views on Wilson.
- Wilson tries on two hats, but many criticize the fit.
Wood, Daniel B. // Christian Science Monitor; 7/17/95, Vol. 87 Issue 161, p3
Focuses on the controversy surrounding California Governor Pete Wilson's increasing absence from the state and the resultant negligence of official duties owing to his 1996 presidential campaign. Problems created due to his absence; Criticism faced; Stand taken by Lt. Governor Gray Davis on the...
- The creative conservative.
Wood, Daniel B. // Vital Speeches of the Day; 10/1/91, Vol. 57 Issue 24, p744
Presents a speech by California Governor Peter Wilson, `The Creative Conservative,' delivered at the 50th anniversary of the Hoover Tower at Stanford University in Stanford, California, on July 15, 1991, dealing with the issue of a reawakening of individual responsibility.
- Pete Wilson: California's comeback kid?
Sneider, Daniel // Christian Science Monitor; 1/8/96, Vol. 88 Issue 29, p4
Profiles Pete Wilson, who will be reintroducing himself to the American people after his failure to become a Presidential nominee. Comments from Byron Sher, a northern California Democrat; Information on Wilson's political career; Wilson's hopes for the future.
- California Governor Wilson.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 5/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 113, p2
Reports California Governor Wilson's accusations against his enemies on the issue of an illegal immigrant maid he hired in 1978.
- Setting the stage for a California comeback.
Wilson, Pete // Vital Speeches of the Day; 3/1/93, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p292
Presents a speech, `Setting the Stage for a California Comeback,' by the governor of the state of California, delivered before the State Legislature in Sacremento, California on January 6, 1993, in which he presented his State of the State Address.
- Wilson watch.
Wilson, Pete // Human Events; 5/5/95, Vol. 51 Issue 17, p18
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson is a candidate for the Republican nomination for President in 1996. Controversy over Wilson's telephone bank which raised pledges for his presidential bid; Celebrities who supported Wilson's campaign; George Gorton as Wilson's overall campaign manager.
- Will Wilson run after all?
Wilson, Pete // Human Events; 6/16/95, Vol. 51 Issue 23, p4
Profiles Republican Governor Pete Wilson of California. Problems dogging his campaign; Hiring of Craig Fuller as campaign chairman; Lack of funds; Throat operation that has left Wilson speechless; Announcement that he will not force his pro-abortion views on the Republican Party platform;...
- Pete Wilson kisses no ass.
Shapiro, Walter // Esquire; Jun95, Vol. 123 Issue 6, p56
Focuses on California Governor Pete Wilson. Wilson's character; Pledge on the campaign trail; Pro-choice stand; Interview with Wilson.
- Gov. Wilson hits the campaign trail.
Cross, Cheri // Inside Tucson Business; 8/28/95, Vol. 5 Issue 22, p4
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has definitely gone campaigning for the presidency. His appearance at Tucson having been heckled by demonstrators; Reasons why he believes he is the only Republican Party member that can beat Bill Clinton in the 1996 general election.
- Wilson still refuses to talk with tribes on reservation gaming.
Cross, Cheri // San Diego Business Journal; 10/06/97, Vol. 18 Issue 40, p39
Reports that San Diego Governor Pete Wilson has refuse to discuss a copmpact with local Indian gaming tribes. Reference to a sttement made by San Diego United States Attorney Alan Bersin; Why Wilson refuses to negotiate.
- New regulator needed.
Kertesz, Louise // Modern Healthcare; 12/22/97-12/29/97, Vol. 27 Issue 51, p21
Presents information on the recommendations of a task force in California to Governor Pete Wilson. Identification of the reasons for their recommendations; Information on how the task force was formed; Details on the task force's job description.
- The man from the heavyweight state.
Archibald, George // World & I; Aug95, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p50
Profiles California state Governor Pete Wilson. Personal and career backgrounds; Campaign for Republican presidential nomination; Political strengths; Weaknesses; Opposition by conservatives.
- Contributions to Governor Wilson's presidential campaign.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Siems, Shelby // Christian Science Monitor; 5/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 126, p2
Reports on the abandoning of contributions to Governor Wilson's presidential campaign since his surgery in April 1995. Wilson's formal announcement to be delayed until June 1995.
- Are you ready for President Pete Wilson?
Smith, Errol // National Minority Politics; Oct95, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p22
Discusses the prospects for the candidacy of Pete Wilson for the office of President of the United States. View that Wilson is in touch with political concerns of most Americans, in particular on their xenophobia; View that Wilson is a great communicator of ideas; View that Wilson has a good...
- Eyes on California.
Smith, Errol // U.S. News & World Report; 9/30/91, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p15
Discusses how former US senator of San Diego Pete Wilson, 58, once considered a hero to conservative Republicans who backed him a year ago, has disappointed his followers by embracing a $7 billion tax increase. At a recent California GOP convention, an effigy of Wilson was tarred and feathered....
- California's new brand of republicanism.
Barocas, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 10/7/91, Vol. 111 Issue 15, p37
Reports on the development of an activist government guided by conservative principles and tolerance of diversity navigated by California Governor Pete Wilson. His string of political victories have aroused more speculation during his first year as governor than during his eight years as US...
- The lose-lose veto.
Barocas, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 10/14/91, Vol. 111 Issue 16, p15
Reports that when Gov. Pete Wilson vetoed a bill that would have banned workplace discrimination against homosexuals, he managed to alienate just about every constituency in California. For three nights last week, gays and lesbians took to the streets of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento...
- State ledger legerdemain.
Barocas, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 7/1/91, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p13
Details the attempt by California Governor Pete Wilson to take $1.6 billion from Calpers, the state employees' pension fund, to help close a $14.3 billion state budget deficit. Dale Hanson, chief of the nation's largest public pension fund, likens the move to a `hostile takeover.' Worries in...
- Pete Wilson.
Barocas, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 5/15/95, Vol. 118 Issue 19, p23
Focuses on California governor Pete Wilson, who campaigned for a crackdown on illegal immigration. Admission by the prospective GOP presidential candidate that he once employed an illegal immigrant housekeeper and neglected to pay her Social Security taxes.
- So much for America the melting pot.
Barocas, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 8/23/93, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p8
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has proposed that illegal immigrants be denied education and health care benefits, that their children be refused citizenship and that passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement be tied to Mexican cooperation in keeping the border secure. Why...
- In the hot seat.
Hewitt, B.; Young, S. // People; 5/11/92, Vol. 37 Issue 18, p57
Profiles California Governor Pete Wilson, 58, a moderate Republican who was supported in his election by liberals. Looks at how the recent riots in Los Angeles, as well as Wilson's handling of other state crises, have alienated many voters. Approval rates; Stance on bills; Personal life.
- Political fiction.
Hewitt, B.; Young, S. // Time; 1/27/1992, Vol. 139 Issue 4, p25
Recounts California Governor Pete Wilson's early January state speech in which he recalled meeting three recession victims and told his listeners, `tough times demand compassion, realism and honesty.' Reporters from the San Jose `Mercury News' discovered the unfortunates were fictional...
- `There is a limit to what we can absorb.'
Muller, H.; Stacks, J.F. // Time; 11/18/1991, Vol. 138 Issue 20, Special issue p54
Presents an interview with California Governor Pete Wilson, who states California is confronting a painful choice: be less generous to newcomers or be buried by relentless growth. Considers such subjects as California's rapid growth, slowing the population inflow, the impact of the new ethnic...
- The golden state's golden boy.
Taliaferro, J.; Fineman, H. // Newsweek; 5/27/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 21, p24
Considers how Republican governor of California, Pete Wilson will handle the state's growing budget deficit of at least $13 billion, the largest ever in any state. Proposal of a controversial package of spending cuts and tax increase; Dealing with the California Legislature; Calling for $6.7...
- Getting back to business.
Levinson, Marc; Murr, Andrew // Newsweek; 1/31/1994, Vol. 123 Issue 5, p35
Surveys California's recession-racked economy. The unemployment rate; Effect of the massive rebuilding job after the earthquake; Governor Pete Wilson's claim that a `California comeback' is underway; Commercial construction; Aerospace industry; Biotechnology; Foreign trade; The out-migration; More.
- The first flameout.
Rosenstiel, Thomas // Newsweek; 10/9/1995, Vol. 126 Issue 15, p40
Reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's decision to be the first candidate to drop out of the 1996 presidential campaign. Why the Democrats were worried about Wilson being a Republican presidential candidate; How Wilson's neglecting his obligations at home was his undoing; Campaign debt;...
- Wilson: Ban court cameras.
Rosenstiel, Thomas // Hollywood Reporter; 10/4/95, Vol. 339 Issue 13, p6
Reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's proposal that television cameras should be prohibited at criminal trials following the O.J. Simpson acquittal. Demand that lawyers be barred from delivering political messages in their final arguments.
- California schemer.
Maharidge, Dale // Mother Jones; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p52
Profiles California Governor Pete Wilson. Termination of affirmative action at the University of California; Manipulation of white fear; Modern form of racial politics. INSET: On the record (achievements), by Romesh Ratnesar..
- California Gov. Wilson proposes $150M for technology initiatives in 1998-99.
Maharidge, Dale // Electronic Education Report; 3/11/98, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p8
Reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's proposal to earmark $150 million for the California Virtual University and Digital High School initiatives in his 1998-99 state budget proposal. Proposal to increase spending for the state's Digital High School initiative in 1998-99.
- Gov. Pete Wilson signs secession bill but effort still has a long haul ahead.
Jacobius, Arleen; Berkman, Leslie // Bond Buyer; 10/14/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30251, p3
Reports on the approval for implementing a secession bill in California by Governor Pete Wilson. Goal of the secession law to allow the state government to have more control of city tax dollars; Importance of the bill's provisions removing the power of city councils to veto detachment...
- California's Wilson pushes hard for $8 billion in school bonds.
Berkman, Leslie // Bond Buyer; 01/06/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30304, p1
Details California Governor Pete Wilson's plan on bond issues to raise funds for school construction in California. Political observers' opposition against the plan; Opportunity for local school districts to apply for a portion of the bond money; Wilson's intention to place a cap on the amount...
- California's Gov. Wilson wants to finish his term with a big bond blowout.
Berkman, Leslie; Marois, Michael B. // Bond Buyer; 01/07/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30305, p3
Reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's proposal to create a $2.1 billion worth of general obligation bonds. Use of proceeds from the offering; Prospects for the bond proposal in the state Legislature; Credit rating analysts' views on the proposed bond issues.
- Wilson calls for cost-based review of state regs.
Fine, Howard // Orange County Business Journal; 02/03/97, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p1
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has ordered a review of existing state regulations, and required cost-impact analyses for upcoming rules. Agencies for which the executive order implies; Deadline for reviewing of regulations; Response to the order.
- Possible bid by Wilson in '96 roils GOP field.
Wood, Daniel B.; Grier, Peter // Christian Science Monitor; 3/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 70, p1
Profiles Governor Pete Wilson of California and his importance as a serious contender for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination. Threat to Sen. Bob Dole and President Bill Clinton; Democrat perception of Wilson; Republican Party feelings in California on Wilson as a presidential...
- Ill. appeals court upholds school-finance system.
Wood, Daniel B.; Grier, Peter // Education Week; 10/5/94, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p14
Reports on the Illinois Appeals Court's ruling upholding the constitutionality of the state's school-finance system. State constitution's lack of requirement for the state to guarantee equal school funding; Coalition for Educational Rights' plans to appeal the case to the Supreme Court;...
- California adopts budget--at last.
Wood, Daniel B.; Grier, Peter // State Government News; Oct97, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p19
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has ended a seven-week impasse by signing the state's budget into law in August 1997. Provisions for schools; Absence of a budget for 49 days after the end of the fiscal year in June 30, 1997; Payment of state employees' wages.
- California's Governor gives rare backing to Orange County's Pringle for treasurer.
Marois, Michael B. // Bond Buyer; 05/01/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30384, p44
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has endorsed Orange County republican Assemblyman Curt Pringle for state treasurer. Impact of the endorsement on Assemblyman Jan Goldsmith; Capabilities of Pringle and Goldsmith to become the state treasurer.
- Emergency spending plan lets California pay its bills.
Marois, Michael B. // Bond Buyer; 07/24/98, Vol. 325 Issue 30442, p32
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has signed an emergency measure allowing the state to pay its bills while lawmakers continue to argue over the budget. Effect of Judge Robert O'Brien's injuction on state lawmakers; Impact of the injuction on local government.
- California Governor Weighs Rights Bill, Catches Much Flak.
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 10/22/91, Issue 588, p19
Reports that California's proposed gay rights law has sparked a bitter public fight between Republican Governor Pete Wilson and conservative members of his own party, who threatened to challenge his leadership if he signs the measure into law. Provisions of the proposed law; Attempt of U.S....
- Contraceptive mandate killed in California.
Gallagher, John // Drug Topics; 3/2/98, Vol. 142 Issue 5, p7
Reports that a legislation which would require health insurers to provide coverage for prescription contraceptives was vetoed by California Governor Pete Wilson. Comment by Wilson.
- Wilson needs your vote.
Gallagher, John // Dirt Bike; Nov94, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p8
Reports on the election battle between Governor Pete Wilson and Kathleen Brown.
- Battle over Prop. 187.
Gallagher, John // Current Events; 11/28/94, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p1
Reports on the debates over the passage of Proposition 187 in California. Denial of welfare, food stamps and non-emergency health care to illegal immigrants; Support for the proposition by California governor Pete Wilson; Illegal immigration as a national problem; Reasons for illegal immigration.
- Wilson seeks new funding boost for state's schools.
Johnston, Robert C. // Education Week; 05/20/98, Vol. 17 Issue 36, p23
Focuses on an announcement made by Governor Pete Wilson of California, regarding the appropriation of an additional $500 million, to the education budget plan which was unveiled in January, 1998. Why the money was increased; Statements made by Wilson; Provisions of the budget plan.
- Wilson pressures panel to cede standards-setting control.
Lawton, Millicent // Education Week; 06/17/98, Vol. 17 Issue 40, p32
Reports that the development of academic standards for students by a Californian commission was discontinued, following a directive from Governor Pete Wilson during 1998. Details on arguments by Wilson issued in a document and letter addressed to the commission; Recommendations from Ellen F....
- Wilson reshapes K-12 legacy in second term.
Johnston, Robert C. // Education Week; 09/16/98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p21
Presents information on California Governor Pete Wilson, emphasizing his role in education. Criticism of Wilson's effort to prevent children of illegal immigrants from attending public schools; Details on his efforts to curb excess spending in education.
- Securing our nation's borders.
Wilson, Pete // Vital Speeches of the Day; 6/15/94, Vol. 60 Issue 17, p534
Presents a speech by the Governor of California given at the Los Angeles Townhall, California on April 25, 1994 dealing with the issue of illegal immigration. Author's suit filed against the federal government for its failure to control the nation's borders; Obligation to determine how and when...
- Wilson rebounds with tough immigration stance.
Gizzi, John // Human Events; 10/2/93, Vol. 53 Issue 40, p4
Reports on Republican Governor Pete Wilson's lead in the re-election bid according to the survey conducted by the Los Angeles Times. Impact on national politics; Wilson's stand on immigration; Comments on the subject of tax increases; Illegal immigration as a major problem.
- Report from California.
Gizzi, John // Human Events; 6/30/95, Vol. 51 Issue 25, p6
Reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's declaration of his candidacy for president of the United States. Supporters' concerns about Wilson's health problems; Wilson's key backers in other states; Wilson's dilemma over the surprise election of Doris Allen as state assembly speaker.