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Inventory of the Dennis L. Brown Papers
LP338:001-002  
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Description
Assemblyman Dennis L. Brown, a Republican, was elected to the Legislature in 1978 and served six terms representing the 58th Assembly District. The Dennis L. Brown papers consist of two bill files, A.B. 90 (1981-1982) relating to imposing a tax exemption on retirement pay of retired military personnel, and AB 292 of the (1983-1984) relating to changing public hearing dates for county boards of education on schools service fund budgets and also permits school districts to place proceeds from the sale or lease of property into the special reserve fund.
Background
Assemblyman Dennis L. Brown, a Republican, was elected to the Legislature in 1978 and served six terms. He represented the 58th Assembly District covering the eastern portion of Long Beach, all of Lakewood, Signal Hill and Hawaiian Gardens. After the Supreme Court ordered reapportionment in 1984 the district still included the eastern part of Long Beach, part of Huntington Beach, and all of Signal Hill, Seal Beach, Sunset Beach, Surfside, Rossmoor, and Catalina Island.
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2 inches
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Availability
Collection is open for research.