Pop Warner continues its ‘Thank You List’

The Fallbrook Pop Warner Football Board would like to point out a few other businesses that we couldn’t fit in our last letter. This final list of businesses and public entities have all helped in their own way to support Fallbrook Pop Warner and we want to express our extreme gratitude for supporting our program! To […]

‘The choice must be ours’

Over the years as I have driven past the crosses on Stage Coach in January, I am always reminded of how fortunate women are that abortion is legal. I support the right to choose because the decision about an unplanned and unwanted pregnancy, about any pregnancy, should be the choice of the individual. It is […]

Career training for job growth

Career training for job growth

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) The best way to reduce poverty is by bringing more of our citizens into the workforce. While government subsidies can help to overcome temporary setbacks, the only permanent way to increase overall prosperity is through permanent, well-paying jobs. Unfortunately, many Californians are now struggling to secure good jobs, even though […]

There is help for people who stutter

For many people, ringing in the New Year brings hope and joyful anticipation. But for those who struggle with stuttering, the old fears of speaking and being teased remain the same – year after year. Many of you don’t know that help for stuttering is available from so many places. Trusted information on stuttering is […]

No justice for white on black crime

On Dec 8, 2016, I was assaulted and robbed in my own driveway in Fallbrook by white woman. Although, I have neighbors who saw her at my house and my injuries afterwards, the DA has decided to not arrest her. She gets to commit two felonies and steal my money just because she is white. […]

California’s water outlook is brighter, but….

California’s water outlook is brighter, but….

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Though it’s still early, this year’s storms have brought increased precipitation, including heavy snowfall in the Sierras. Our real problem isn’t lack of rain, it’s a lack of water storage capacity. Despite voter approval of the $7.1 billion water bond in 2014, including $2.7 billion earmarked for new dams and reservoirs, […]

In support of local farmers

How many of you know that we have a super, local, natural and dedicated produce farm stand right in Fallbrook? We are so lucky to have local, hard-working farmers still willing to deal with water issues and who have pride in what they produce. One such stand is Eli’s Farm stand right off East Mission […]

Serving the 75th Assembly District

Serving the 75th Assembly District

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Assisting district residents with problems trying to navigate California’s massive bureaucracy is one of my primary responsibilities as your representative in Sacramento. Here’s a review of some of the While my Capitol Office deals largely with legislation and policy issues, my District Office (DO) assists constituents at the local level. […]

Pop Warner board says ‘Thank You’

The Fallbrook Pop Warner Football season has come to an end and the board would like to thank everyone for all the hard work that has gone into the 2016 season. We have so many volunteers who step up each year to make this happen: board members, team moms, coaches and all the wonderful shoe tying, […]