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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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.

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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.

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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…

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