Stuart Waldman

Valley Industry and Commerce Association

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President of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association, a pro-business advocacy group that often lobbies City Hall

Stuart Waldman on KCRW

Today, Californians who work minimum wage jobs earned a dollar more. That’s because a law passed last year in Sacramento just took effect. The amount goes up another dollar by 2016.

The Minimum Wage Just Rose - Did You Feel It?

Today, Californians who work minimum wage jobs earned a dollar more. That’s because a law passed last year in Sacramento just took effect. The amount goes up another dollar by 2016.

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LA Mayor Eric Garcetti hasn’t vanished since last year’s election but compared to Villaraigosa, Hahn and Riordan, he's been out of the press.

Does a Back to Basics Budget Leave Room for Big Ideas?

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti hasn’t vanished since last year’s election but compared to Villaraigosa, Hahn and Riordan, he's been out of the press.

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The federal minimum wage is still $7.25 an hour, and Republicans in Congress want to keep it right there.

Will LA Increase the Minimum Wage to a Record Level?

The federal minimum wage is still $7.25 an hour, and Republicans in Congress want to keep it right there.

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