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Los Angeles, CA: A Half-Cent for Better Transportation

Posted by Infra on Friday, July 17th, 2015

Here’s what Move LA’s coalition partners and other friends have to say about re-imagining LA County with a half-cent sales tax measure to provide billions of dollars for transportation improvements in LA County.

This video stars, in order of appearance: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, LA City Councilmember Mike Bonin, 41st LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Nolan Rollins of the LA Urban League, Cecilia Estolano of Estolano LeSar Perez Advisors, Santa Monica Mayor Kevin McKeown, Mary Leslie of the LA Business Council, Move LA’s Denny Zane, Madeline Janis of the LA Alliance for a New Economy, Raffi Hamparian of LA Metro, Jonathan Parfrey of Climate Resolve, Dr. Joseph Lyou of the Coalition for Clean Air, CA Air Resources Boardmember Hector De La Torre, Denny Zane of Move LA, Rusty Hicks of the LA County Federation of Labor, Joyce Perkins of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative, LA Metro Boardmember Jackie Dupont-Walker, Elsa Barboza of SCOPE, Alan Toy of the Westside Center for Independent Living, Move LA Leadership Board Chair Marlene Grossman, Tracy Rafter of the LA Business Federation, and Tunua Thrash-Ntuk of the West Angeles Community Development Corporation. (Videotaped at Move LA’s 7th Annual Transportation Conversation at Union Station last April.)

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