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Located in the hub of progressive politics and the most dynamic, diverse city in the United States today MCS is recognized as the “go to” firm for progressive campaign strategy, research, communication, advocacy, event planning and management services. Our clients include many of California’s most prominent labor organizations, in addition to educational institutions, environmental causes, and economic and social justice coalitions.  MCS knows how to synthesize a variety of complex and seemingly disconnected parts into a unified, winnable strategy, by leveraging our expertise in policy research and political strategy, budget analysis and crisis management, media relations and speechwriting, collective bargaining and coalition-building. Because we are a small firm, we work very closely with each of our clients to provide dedicated, top-notch, custom-designed campaign services.  Ask us how we can help!

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Health and Safety Win for LA County Firefighters

Los Angeles County supervisors approve a downsized network of radio towers in response to health and aesthetic concerns raised by firefighters and homeowners.

Los Angeles, CA - The LA County Board of supervisors has agreed to downsize the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System, or LA-RICS, after a health and safety campaign brought public attention to the plan to build approximately 177 high-powered communications towers on fire stations, lifeguard stations, and other community buildings in neighborhoods throughout LA County.

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LA port truck drivers agree to “cooling off” period

Los Angeles, CA – After an historic five-day unfair labor practice strike that dramatically impacted three of the ports’ leading drayage firms, clogged truck traffic, and delayed cargo at terminals at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, striking port truck drivers voted unanimously to agree to a “cooling off” period requested by LA Mayor Eric Garcetti. The port drivers agreed to the “cooling off” period after the trucking companies agreed to accept all drivers back to work without retaliation and without being forced to sign away all future rights in new truck leases. Drivers will return to work on their regular shifts.

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