Mickey Kantor

Mayer Brown

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Partner at the law firm of Mayer Brown and and co-chair of the Los Angeles 2020 Commission, which will recommend ways to make the city financially stable; Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration (1996-1997)

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Commission Recommendations on LA City Finances

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"Los Angeles is barely treading water while the rest of the world is moving forward." That's the first line of a report on the city called rather ominously, " A Time for Truth ."

Is Los Angeles a City in Decline?

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There's a  race on for Mayor of Los Angeles . The City Council is considering 22 specific proposals to save money and make up a deficit now estimated at $150 to $160 million.

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