October 17, 2011


September 19, 2011


In just a few weeks on October 2, I'll be holding my Health and Safety Fair and the featured guest is Holly Pederson, an authority on preventing bullying. She will give a presentation on effective ways to stop bullying in schools and online.

There will be free health and dental screenings, healthy diet information, counselors to help Medical enrollees, and more.  In addition, California Highway Patrol officers will conduct free car seat safety checks but registration for this is required.

August 11, 2011


July 19, 2011

Meet Me

I will be holding two community coffee meetings in August. Please stop by if you've got an issue, an idea, or question about state government. I'll be talking with people one-on-one.

June 16, 2011


I’ll be holding another one of my free Community Pancake Breakfasts on Saturday, June 25, 8:30-11 a.m., at the Campbell Community Center, 1 W. Campbell Ave., Campbell.  Please stop by and have a bite to eat. If you have questions about state issues such as the budget, education, state parks, or on another matter, I’ll be happy to address them. To RSVP, click here.

May 17, 2011


Join me on Saturday, May 21, at Campbell Park for my second annual Los Gatos Creek Clean-up.

Individuals, clubs and classes are all welcome. The clean-up is also a great way for students to meet their community service requirements.

Please contact Frances Herbert at (408) 282-8920 or at frances.grammer@asm.ca.gov to RSVP or if you have questions.

April 18, 2011

Help make Assembly Bill 1600, the California Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity Act, a reality.

AB 1600 ends the disparity in health coverage benefits between mental and physical illnesses. It requires health insurers to furnish coverage for mental disorders and substance abuse equivalent to the coverage already provided for physical illnesses and injuries.

April 18, 2011

Help make Assembly Bill 12, the California Fostering Connections to Success Act.

AB 12 uses federal funding to help bridge the gap for foster children from ages 18 to 21. By providing support at this critical stage in a child's life, we are able to prevent homelessness and incarceration for youth who age out of the foster care system when they reach legal age.

April 18, 2011

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