Dana Tyrone Rohrabacher (born June 21, 1947, in Coronado, California) is a former American politician, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1989 to 2019. A Republican, he formerly represented California's 48th congressional district for the last three terms of his House tenure.
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- So, whether or not how dramatic this change will be, or is, what it’s caused by, are things that honest people, I think, can disagree with, and I really personally, having been a journalist, the first thing I was always cautioned by when someone was claiming, well, everybody is on my side, or everybody says this, or there is a total consensus, almost always when people said that to me over my years as a journalist, it wasn’t true. It was that there were honest people who disagreed and significant disagreement on such issues. We don’t know what those other cycles were caused by in the past. Could be dinosaur flatulence, you know, or who knows? We do know the CO2 in the past had its time when it was greater as well. And what happened when the CO2 was greater since then and now? There have been many cycles of up and down warming. So with that said, I think that we’ve had a great discussion today.
- Thoughts on global warming on C-SPAN 2 (February 15, 2007).
- The American people, through the 35 states that have liberalized laws banning either medical marijuana, marijuana in general, or cannabinoid oils, have made it clear that federal enforcers should stay out of their personal lives. It’s time for restraint of the federal government’s over-aggressive weed warriors.
- "O.C. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher trying again with bill protecting state marijuana laws", The Orange County Register  (April 23, 2015)