State archivist Nancy Lenoil looks through some of Governor Pete Wilson?s records.
Ever since California became a state in 1850, the state archives has been the official repository of public records, from maps to legislation -- every imaginable kind of document. But now, the state archives is running out of space. One big reason is the simple fact that it can't get rid of a single record from previous governors' administrations. Nothing -- no matter how useless some of those documents may be. We take a look at a plan to solve the problem. Reporter: Scott Detrow