Marty Cooper

Member of LA City Council’s Business Retention and Attraction Task Force

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Sits on LA City Council’s Business Retention and Attraction Task Force. He is former Chairman of the Board of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association.

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In a speech described by the  Daily News  as “firey and fist-pounding,” the leader of  LA County’s Federation of Labor  told a convention that elected officials are either with them or…

LA’s Organized Labor beats its Drum

In a speech described by the Daily News as “firey and fist-pounding,” the leader of LA County’s Federation of Labor told a convention that elected officials are either with them or…

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