California State Assemblyman Curt Hagman | District 55

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07/10/14 » Governor Brown signs legislation
Inland News Today
AB 2279 by Assemblymember Curt C. Hagman (R-Chino Hills) – Insurance: life agents.
06/26/14 » Thousands of new Inland Empire jobs expected via state program
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
State lawmakers are expecting thousands of new jobs in the Inland Empire with the award of tax credits to a number of companies in the region. “I’m pretty happy for the manufacturers that we were...
06/26/14 » California school bond measure advances
The Fresno Bee
A multibillion dollar water bond isn't the only borrowing measure that could show up on voters' ballots this fall.This week, legislation that would place a state school bond before voters Nov. 4...
06/06/14 » State Assembly passes school facilities bond
Pleasonton Weekly
Authored by Assemblymembers Joan Buchanan (D- Alamo) and Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills), the bill authorizes a $9 billion general obligation bond that, if approved by voters, will provide $6 billion for...
06/03/14 » Construction industry sounds alarm over school facility bond measure
Sacramento Business Journal
Construction interests across the state are lining up behind a proposed school facilities bond measure they say is necessary to keep new homes affordable in California
05/28/14 » Community Walk Hosted by BAPS Charities
India Journal
In his opening speech, Assemblyman Curt Hagman, expressed his enthusiasm for servitude, saying, “I am always proud and honored to support BAPS Charities in its collective effort to better the local...
05/12/14 » Bond purchases of iPads can continue
UT San Diego
A bill that would have barred school districts from using voter-approved facility bond funds to purchase take-home iPads and other computer devices for students died in the state Assembly’s Education...
05/09/14 » CA Edition - Regulation and Realignment
CA Edition - YouTube
California Edition Host Brad Pomerance interviews CA Asm. Curt Hagman about regulation and realignment
04/25/14 » Lawmakers call for more computer science in California schools
Kitsap Sun
Hagman introduced two of the six computer science bills one to create standards for grades 7 to 12 and another to allow high school students to earn community college credit after hearing from tech...
04/03/14 » Anti-outsourcing resolution passes California Assembly
The Sacramento Bee
"We represent all the residents of this state, not just public workers," said Assemblyman Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills. The measure passed 42-22, with several Democrats refusing to vote. Before the...
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