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He also made some notable appointments, including Sim Van der Ryn as State Architect, and environmentalist Stewart Brand as Special Advisor, also adding minorities and women to major government posts.
He significantly boosted funding for the California Arts Council.
In 1976, a European tour — her first outside the U. March 1976, Jerry Brown began his first run at the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States.
The B-side, “I Can’t Help It If I’m Still in Love With You,” a Hank Williams cover, hit No. That song would also win her a Grammy that year for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.Jerry Brown was then California’s Secretary of State.Linda Ronstadt was in the pre-superstar stage of her musical career, not yet the mega star she would soon become. friendship between Linda Ronstadt and Jerry Brown grew gradually; they had some compatible interests and liked each other’s company. There is a lot more to their respective careers, both before and after 1975, explored later. Back in California in 1969, Brown ran for and won his first elective office, the newly created Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees. In that post through 1974, among other things, Brown argued before the California Supreme Court and won cases against Standard Oil of California, International Telephone and Telegraph, Gulf Oil, and Mobil for election law violations.1975, Brown helped repeal a prized oil-industry tax break, the “depletion allowance,” and later in his term sponsored the “first-ever tax incentive for rooftop solar.” Brown also strongly opposed the death penalty and later in his term vetoed it as Governor, although the legislature overrode his veto. Her mother, Ruth Mary Copeman, from the Flint, Michigan area, was the daughter of Lloyd Groff Copeman, a prolific inventor and holder of nearly 700 patents, among them, an early form of the microwave oven and a flexible ice cube tray, the latter earning millions in royalties.
Ronstadt was born in 1946 in Tucson, Arizona, to Gilbert Ronstadt, a prosperous machinery merchant who ran the F. Linda’s father came from a pioneering Arizona ranching family and was of German, English, and Mexican descent, and also a guitarist who sang Mexican songs to his children.
1 on both the Billboard albums chart and the Country & Western chart (C&W).