Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Senator Bob Huff Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance Town Hall Meeting


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance Town Hall Meeting

I will be hosting an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance Town Hall meeting with the Brea Chamber of Commerce on October 28th at 10 a.m.The purpose of the Town Hall meeting is to inform small business owners about Federal and State ADA laws, and present guidelines to avoid lawsuits for non-compliance. All business owners are invited to attend. The meeting will feature speakers with a broad range of knowledge on this issue.The panel will include:

Maryann Maloney, Regional Director of California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse
Commissioner Richard Luehrs from the Commission on Disability Access
David Peters, CEO and General Counsel of Lawyers Against Lawsuit Abuse
Nancy Peverini, Senior Legal Counsel with Consumer Attorneys of California

Thursday, October 28, 2010
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Brea Community Center, Community Room1 Civic Center Circle, 2nd FloorBrea, CA 92821

Please RSVP to 909-598-3981 if you will be attending.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Tea Party Express Endorses Gary Miller, Ed Royce and Van Tran

Tea Party Express, one of the most influential Tea Party groups, has announced their West Coast Congressional endorsements. They include Rep. Gary Miller, Rep. Ed Royce and Assemblyman Van Tran, who is challenging Rep. Loretta Sanchez.

The group was pivotal this year in helping to secure the Republican nominations for conservatives including Sharron Angle in Nevada, Joe Miller in Alaska and Christine O'Donnell in Delaware.

Daily Bulletin looks at 61st Assembly Race

The Daily Bulletin has an article today about the 61st Assembly race between Assemblywoman Norma Torres and businessman Ray Moors.

Some excerpts, "Another core issue Moors said he has with Torres is that she is a politician who is "totally funded by state union employees," adding that she has helped "hijack" the middle-class standard. He would propose legislation that will cause state employees' pay to rise and fall with the economy, like the private sector. "

"Torres counters by saying that during her first two years, she authored or coauthored 29 legislative bills that protected the middle-class taxpayers. Her bills addressed the issues of keeping sex offenders away from schools, improving the state's 9-1-1 system, and increasing penalties for identity theft and computer hacking. "