If something seems too good to be true, it's probably a scam, about 35 people learned at a workshop Tuesday on preventing scams and identity theft.
$860,000 Awarded to Assist Four Expanding Ventura County Businesses
… Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin's, D-Thousand Oaks, Assembly Bill 449 that set up a state-run savings program. The bills allow California to participate in a new program, the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act, signed by President Barack Obama in December. On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Brown signed into law Irwin's Assembly Bill 670, which mandates that a minimum number of yearly cybersecurity risk assessments be performed on state networks.
SACRAMENTO- Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) is pleased to announce several district legislative priorities have been signed into law by Governor Brown. Highlights include bills allowing Californians with disabilities to save for the future, strengthening our state cybersecurity infrastructure, and key budget allocations to improve community college success rates and bring in much needed funding to our Community Veteran’s Service Officers.
Governor Brown has wrapped up this year's 30-day marathon signing and vetoing season, taking action on more than 800 bills sent to his desk by the legislature. While our Legislation Tracker is always up to date with the latest status, we thought you'd appreciate a short narrative round up of the year.
If the American Association of University Women has anything to say about it, there will be a more equitable balance of women in public office in generations to come.
On Sunday, Larry Janss, a descendant of one of the founding families of Thousand Oaks, opened his home so the AAUW could hold a fundraiser — Fun Raise Her: Supporting Tomorrow's Leaders — to raise money for their program Elect Her, which encourages and trains college-age women to run for student government and future political office.
The digital age is here, and many parents may feel overwhelmed by the number of social media sites their kids seem addicted to. Parents often find themselves standing on one side of the Information Superhighway, cut off from their children as they cruise along the other side.
Tracy Bennett, a clinical psychologist in Camarillo and creator of the program GetKidsInternet- Safe, will speak about smartphone and computer safety at Rancho Rosal Elementary School on Tuesday to provide parents with information on how to help their kids safely navigate the information age.
With the legislative session ending a month ago, it's been great to be home in Ventura County. I've been able to meet with constituents, catch up with old friends, and pick up some of my favorite fall traditions. I've also been invited to speak with a number of community groups and organizations across the district to give an update on my first year in Sacramento.
These meetings have given me a face-to-face opportunity to answer questions from civic-minded folks and discuss ideas for policies they'd like to see me advance during the next session, which begins Dec. 5.
"I would like to applaud the partnership announced today between Uber and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The innovation that is creating new economies can also provide solutions to difficult public safety challenges and crisis situations, and this partnership provides an example of positive steps companies can take to support the safety and well-being of Californians across the state." — Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin, District 44
The governor has signed into law a pair of bills from two Ventura County legislators to help people with disabilities save money without fear of losing their benefits.
AB 449 and SB 324 allow people to work, and save some money without forfeiting eligibility for government programs like Medicaid and SSI.