Schwarzenegger unlikely to repeal new laws

Beckley, Elizabeth Thompson
November 2003
Waste News;11/10/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 15, p10
Trade Publication
The last five years have been phenomenal for waste reduction and recycling legislation under the administration of Democratic California Governor Gray Davis. Davis signed almost 70 bills related to waste and environmental issues during the most recent legislative session alone, and more than a dozen since Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor October 7, 2003. Provided with a list of 15 major new waste-related laws, and asked whether Schwarzenegger might have plans to repeal or revise them, a spokesman for the actor-turned-politician said Schwarzenegger did not take a position on any of those bills during his campaign or in his agenda for his first 100 days. INSET: But before I go.


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