Roger Rudick

Roger Rudick

Independent Producer

Roger Rudick is a journalist and writer based in Los Angeles. His novel, “Story of a Comfort Girl,” is available on Amazon.

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Protests against Common Core standards for California public schools are building. It's not the goals of critical thinking and analytical skills, but the tests.

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Protests against Common Core standards for California public schools are building. It's not the goals of critical thinking and analytical skills, but the tests.

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As Deputy Executive Officer for Environmental Compliance Services for Metro, Cris Liban’s job is to find ways to save energy in the subway. “My staff and I were standing one…

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As Deputy Executive Officer for Environmental Compliance Services for Metro, Cris Liban’s job is to find ways to save energy in the subway. “My staff and I were standing one…

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Union Station in downtown LA's being prepared to connect with high-speed rail. But political and legal issues stand in the way...

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Union Station in downtown LA's being prepared to connect with high-speed rail. But political and legal issues stand in the way...

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