The Assembly Economic Development and New Technologies Committee records consist of approximately 18.25 cubic feet of textual
and audiovisual records covering the years 1981-1990. In addition to this committee's records, there are those of its predecessor,
the Assembly Economic Development and Planning Committee.
The Assembly Committee on Economic Development and New Technologies arose in response to the rapidly changing economy and
the increasing importance of high technology industries in California during the 1980s. Its mission was to serve as a forum
to develop, debate, and act on legislative initiatives relating to the local and state economies and emerging technologies.
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While the majority of the records are open for research, any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions.