With our busy and sometimes overwhelming obligations to our family, it is important to take some time to focus on your own health and self-care needs. Good mental health is essential to our overall well-being. There are a few daily things recommended that you can do to improve your mental
A multitude of budget trailer bills came up on the Assembly Floor last week in the California State Legislature to fund critical programs and policies. Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen voted in strong support for many critical solutions for Californians and families: Requiring the Employment Development Department (EDD) to implement multilingual access
Join us for our next Town Hall on Thursday, May 6 at 12 PM via Zoom with Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen. You can also watch all of our previous Town Hall episodes on our YouTube Channel. Please go to https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qXaEygdyTGi0WrwYhwXgSw This article was released by the City of Cypress.
On Friday, Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen was joined by eight fellow colleagues in writing a letter to Governor Newsom asking for more accountability in a failed COVID-19 vaccination distribution system. As of January 17th, 3.2 million COVID-19 vaccines had been distributed to counties throughout California, yet only 40% of the vaccines
Top Ten Stories for January 03 through January 09 include a fatal pedestrian accident, unemployment, COVID-19, and a new State budget. Top Ten Stories for January 03 through January 09 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Riverside man killed
Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen joined bi-partisan efforts to bring relief to small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Senate Bill 74, also known as the “Keep California Working Act”, is aimed at helping our community’s small businesses that make up 97% of California businesses. “Small businesses, their employees and their families
Last week, Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen was sworn into office in Sacramento and immediately announced a bill package she co-authored aimed at fixing the Employment Development Department (EDD). “This pandemic has revealed the inefficiency of the EDD. Hard-working Californians who have lost their jobs are not receiving the help they need