Newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed 15 women to his 30-seat cabinet in early November. It is the first time in Canadian history that the parliament ever had a gender-balanced cabinet.
With a few weeks left to go in 2015, it's time for those of us living in California to reflect and set some resolutions for the New Year. Health insurance and the security and preventive care that come with it are essential factors in maintaining a healthy lifestyle so that you can keep doing the things you love.
On Fri., Nov. 13 state Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin visited Red Oak Elementary School in Oak Park and talked to the fourth grade students about her job and how state government works.
Assembly member Jacqui Irwin presents a commendation to Lynn Harrison, general manager of Harrison Industries, and George Harrison, GM of Gold Coast Recycling, at Gold Coast’s 25th anniversary celebration Nov. 19.
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.
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.
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.