Jerilyn Lopez Mendoza

Vice President of the Los Angeles Port Commission

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Vice President of the Los Angeles Ports Commission and an attorney with Environmental Defense, a nonprofit environmental-advocacy group

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Together, the  Ports of Long Beach  and  Los Angeles  handle more cargo than any other harbor in the US and provide more well-paying jobs by far than Hollywood.

Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Go for Cleaner Air

Together, the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles handle more cargo than any other harbor in the US and provide more well-paying jobs by far than Hollywood.

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