The Phil Isenberg Papers consist of 13.75 cubic feet of textual and audio-visual records and cover the years 1983-1996. The
collection is organized into three record series: Bill Files (1983-1996), Proposition 39 Correspondence (1984), and Subject
Files (1983-1985). The Bill Files document his legislative activity during his term as a member of the California State Legislature.
The bills introduced by Phil Isenberg include a wide array of subjects such as water issues, healthcare reform, and local
California legislator Phil L. Isenberg, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member 1983-1996. He first represented the 10th Assembly
District but, due to redistricting, he ran in the 9th Assembly District in 1992. The 9th Assembly District was entirely in
Sacramento County and encompassed the central portion of the city of Sacramento and the Natomas and Laguna areas. Isenberg
served the 9th Assembly District until leaving office due to term limits in 1996. He also served as the assistant Speaker
Pro Tempore from 1986-1988.In addition, Isenberg served as the Assistant Speaker pro Tempore (1986-1988).
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While the majority of the records are open for research, any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions.