Pauletta Tonilas

Chief communications officer for LA Metro

Chief communications officer for LA Metro, spokesperson for Measure M.

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With Measure M’s passage, LA county says it will raise $120 billion over the next 40 years to help expand transit options in the city.

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With Measure M’s passage, LA county says it will raise $120 billion over the next 40 years to help expand transit options in the city.

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