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California State Assembly Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee Records
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Description
Created by House Resolution 1 on December 4, 2000 as a replacement for the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee, the Assembly Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee reviews a variety of issues concerning California's economy. The committee's records, which date from 2000-2014, consist of 15 cubic feet of textual records and are organized into four record series: Bill Files, covering legislative sessions from 2001-2014; Hearing Files and Hearing Reports, with the Hearing Files ranging from 2001-2014 and the Hearing Reports dating from 2001-2008; Correspondence Files from 2000-2008; and an End of the Year Report from 2013.
Background
Created by House Resolution 1 on December 4, 2000, the Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy replaced the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee. The Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee assumed its predecessor's responsibility of reviewing legislation related to a wide range of issues, including: business advocacy of import/export trade, California-Mexico relations, California overseas trade offices, development of international high tech markets, economic impact reports, effect of balance of trade issues on California, Enterprise Zones, expansion of overseas markets, foreign investments by and in California, impacts of federal budget on international trade, international capital and capital formation, interstate commerce, seaports and physical infrastructure, sister state and friendship agreements with other nations, state and local economic development, and tourism. In addition, the Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee was assigned all legislation relating to business advocacy within California and the United States, the Department of Information Technology, development and expansion of new technologies (except energy), economic disaster relief, impacts of federal budget on high tech projects, information technology, industrial innovation and research, small business development and operations, and year 2000 compliance (Assembly Journal, February 6, 1997, pg. 252; Assembly Journal, January 31, 2001, pg. 233).
Extent
15 cubic feet
Restrictions
For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact the California State Archives. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections.
Availability
While the majority of the records are open for research, any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions.