Gil Cedillo

Los Angeles City Council

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Gil Cedillo is a Los Angeles city councilman representing the 1st District, (Highland Park, Echo Park, Lincoln Heights, parts of Koreatown). A former California state assemblyman and author of the California DREAM Act, Cedillo has also served as a Democratic state senator representing the 22nd District (Los Angeles, Alhambra, Maywood, San Marino, South Pasadena, and Vernon).

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 LA City Councilman Gil Cedillo has introduced a motion that would require companies seeking contracts with the City to publically disclose if they are also…

An LA Councilman wants companies to disclose border wall bids

Photo by Scott L LA City Councilman Gil Cedillo has introduced a motion that would require companies seeking contracts with the City to publically disclose if they are also…

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There is an unexpectedly interesting city council election next week in Los Angeles. Incumbent Gil Cedillo is facing first-time challenger Joe Bray-Ali.

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There is an unexpectedly interesting city council election next week in Los Angeles. Incumbent Gil Cedillo is facing first-time challenger Joe Bray-Ali.

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