LA’s green jobs ordinance
“With rising unemployment, Angelenos are looking for ambitious alternatives to jumpstart the economy, “I have lived in South Los Angeles for 20 years. I have seen all the good paying jobs leave my community. It’s time to invest in South Los Angeles and create good-paying jobs in our green industry for our youth and people like myself,” said Oria Green, a 53-year-old former home healthcare worker who knocked on doors in South Los Angeles for the green jobs campaign.” Source: Liberty Hill Foundation
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