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February 2011 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

MEET ME

On Saturday, Feb. 26, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., I’ll be at the Cup and Saucer, 1375 Blossom Hill Road, San Jose, to meet one-on-one with Assembly District 24 residents to listen to their concerns and answer questions about state issues.



BUSINESS AND HIGHER ED RESEARCH

December 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

NEW OFFICE OPEN HOUSE FOR ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 24

November 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

CREATING JOBS, HELPING BUSINESSES

October 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

Assembly District 24 Upcoming Events

Pancake Breakfast – Come to the Southside Community Center, 5585 Cottle Road, San Jose, and join me for free pancakes, coffee and fruit on Saturday, November 13, 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. We’ll be talking about legislative issues and receiving an update from Jane Mark, Santa Clara County Parks director, about the development of Martial Cottle Park, a 288-acre parcel bordered by Branham Lane, and Snell and Chynoweth avenues.

September 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

AB 1600 AND AB 12

We have an extraordinary opportunity to help Californians and save taxpayer dollars.

In the session that ended earlier this month, the Legislature approved two of my bills:

March 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

Twin Town Halls On Reform

How can we fix state government now? Against the backdrop of two distinctly different statewide efforts to reform California’s constitution, Assemblymember Beall is holding two Town Halls to continue the public debate and explore possible solutions.

Both Town Halls are scheduled for Thursday, April 8.

April 2010 E-Newsletter

April 18, 2011

TOWN HALL FORUMS

Here’s a quick update on the twin town halls I held earlier this month:

More than 120 people attended the town halls at San Jose State University and at the Willow Glen Community and Senior Center.

Joining me was Thad Kousser, a University of California-San Diego political science professor who is researching and analyzing constitutional reform as a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institute, and the Bill Lane Center for the American West, both located at Stanford University.