Nury Martinez

Los Angeles City Council

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City Coucilwoman representing Los Angeles' 6th District; former Executive Director of the nonprofit Pacoima Beautiful

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In a unanimous vote in December, councilmember Nury Martinez was elected LA City Council president, becoming the first Latina in the role.

LA City Council President Nury Martinez on fixing homelessness crisis

In a unanimous vote in December, councilmember Nury Martinez was elected LA City Council president, becoming the first Latina in the role.

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Clean Up Green Up: Why Now?

Three Los Angeles neighborhoods are the target of Clean-Up Green Up, legislation passed by the Los Angeles City Council.

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Last month, Los Angeles voters approved  Measure D , which was supposed to reduce the number of medical marijuana dispensaries from more than 1000 down to 135 or so. Some have shut…

Medical Marijuana, from LA City Hall to Capitol Hill

Last month, Los Angeles voters approved Measure D , which was supposed to reduce the number of medical marijuana dispensaries from more than 1000 down to 135 or so. Some have shut…

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