Assembly Committees Hold Joint Hearing on the Keep Your Home California Program

ALHAMBRA – Today, the Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development and Assembly Committee on Banking and Finance held a joint-hearing to listen to representatives of the California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA), and other stakeholders on the status of the Keep Your Home California (KYHC) Program.

Assemblymember Chau Engages Community on Covered California

ROSEMEAD – On Saturday, October 26th, residents from throughout the San Gabriel Valley attended a town hall discussion led by Assemblymember Ed Chau (D-Monterey Park) on the implementation of Covered California, the state’s health care exchange created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Hosted at The Garvey Center, in attendance were experts from AARP, AltaMed Health Services, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Chinatown Service Center, and Neighborhood Legal Services.

Martin Castro Honored by Assemblymember Ed Chau on Make a Difference Day

MAOF President Martin Castro was one of seven outstanding community role models recognized by Assemblymember Ed Chau on September 20 for their invaluable service and contributions to their local community. Created in 1992 by Marcia Bullard, President and CEO of USA WEEKEND Magazine, “Make a Difference Day” is celebrated annually across the nation as a day of volunteerism and recognition of those who are dedicated to enhancing their communities.

Brown wades into online privacy dispute

Jerry Brown became California’s longest-serving governor earlier this month. But the state he governs now is drastically different than the one he first faced in 1975. That dynamic landscape is illustrated nowhere more clearly than in the blending and shifting of the borders between technology and individuals’ privacy rights.