Dorothy Rothrock

California Manufacturers and Technology Association

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President of the California Manufacturers and Technology Association and Co-chair of its AB32 Implementation Group

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Democrats have made higher education central to this year's presidential campaign. With costs sky-rocketing, graduates are collectively $1.3 billion in debt.

Do You Really Need College to Get a Job?

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California's Air Resources Board has unanimously adopted a so-called " Cap and Trade " scheme to implement  Assembly Bill 32 , signed by former Governor Schwarzenegger in 2006.

California Takes the Lead against Global Warming

California's Air Resources Board has unanimously adopted a so-called " Cap and Trade " scheme to implement Assembly Bill 32 , signed by former Governor Schwarzenegger in 2006.

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Governor Schwarzenegger says he'll fight global warming, whatever the cost, even during an economic crisis.  Today, his Air Resources Board  set the toughest goals in the nation , even…

Air Resources Board Approves Sweeping Pollution Rules

Governor Schwarzenegger says he'll fight global warming, whatever the cost, even during an economic crisis.  Today, his Air Resources Board set the toughest goals in the nation , even…

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