Governor Schwarzenegger Says California Needs Streamlining

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The California Performance Review is billed as the most sweeping reorganization plan in California history, dwarfing even Ronald Regan-s effort to -cut, squeeze and trim- state government. The plan to save $32 billion in five years--without raising taxes or reducing services-- was prepared in total secrecy by 275 special appointees, working with administration officials and outside consultants. When he formally received it today, the Governor said he wants to hear from the public in five hearings scheduled over the next two months. Warren Olney hears the pros and cons of what Schwarzenegger-s calling -CPR- from a Sacramento journalist, the most powerful legislator in California, and the man who led a similar government reform effort in Texas.
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National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on accident at SM Farmers' Market

LA Times article on NTSB report on SM Farmers' Market accident

California Performance Review



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton