This collection documents the activities of the California State Legislature, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services
and Senator Diane E. Watson during the passage and implementation of Proposition 99, California's landmark anti-tobacco bill,
and associated bills.
Diane E. Watson was born in Los Angeles and has a B.A. in Education from University of California Los Angeles, an M.S. in
School Psychology from California State University Los Angeles, and a Ph.D. in Education Administration from Claremont College,
1 carton, 2 boxes
2.25 linear ft.
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Collection is open for research.