Helping Our Seniors

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron 0 Comments

According to the US Census Bureau, by 2030, one in five Americans is projected to be 65 and over. Since seniors make up such a large segment of District 75, my office is continuously involved in reaching out to the senior community to provide valuable information and hands-on assistance. We share valuable resources on Senior Safety tips and how to …

Supporting Our Veterans

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron

Though many government programs impacting our country’s veterans originate at the federal level, whenever possible I will continue to support state initiatives to improve the lives of California’s large, growing veterans population. With well over 200,000 veterans calling this region home, it is also important to encourage and support non-governmental organizations and local businesses when they join together to serve …

Waldron Bill to Address Mental Illness Advances

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron

SACRAMENTO- Assemblywoman Marie Waldron’s (R-Escondido) bill, Assembly Bill 59, which would extend “Laura’s Law” to help the mentally ill in California, passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee today on a bipartisan vote.     See press release HERE “I am pleased that my bill to continue programs that provide stability for Californians with mental illnesses passed the Judiciary Committee today,” said …

Our District Office Looks Back on 2015

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron

Looking back on 2015, our office has been extremely busy!  Our work can be both challenging, yet rewarding. Throughout this region, from Escondido and San Marcos to Temecula, there are outstanding citizens, businesses and community organizations that have made a meaningful difference. Over the year, my role in the State Assembly has allowed me to encourage and recognize many outstanding …