Assembly Bill 1747 requires schools to develop safety plans in order to prepare and respond to violent incidents on or near school sites. By establishing safety guidelines which focus on preparedness to violent incidents, with assistance from the California Department of Education and Department of Justice, schools will be a safer learning environment for all children.
Assembly Bill 1861 will require schools to provide students and parents with vital information, training, and education on how social media and mobile phone applications are used to target vulnerable children for human trafficking and how to prevent it.
Assembly Bill 1998 would limit opioid prescriptions to a three day supply and require medical practitioners to inform patients of the risks associated with opioid use and provide information for psychological counseling and behavioral therapy, in some cases.
Assembly Bill 2102 expedites the process of recognizing out-of-state firefighter/paramedics entering California to assist with fire suppression efforts. This bill would grant automatic permission to out-of-state fire and paramedic personnel from public agencies to use their emergency medical training as part of a mutual aid agreement during a declared state of emergency.
Assembly Bill 2214 will allow sober living home owners and operators the ability to apply for state recognized certification if the home meets certain standards and regulations. It will also define a “drug and alcohol-free residence” as a residential property that supports personal recovery in a drug and alcohol-free environment for individuals who are recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction.
Assembly Bill 2360 will facilitate partnerships between school districts and local food banks to achieve increased student access to fresh produce food items.
Assembly Bill 2417 will add a seat on the Metro Foothill Construction Authority Board of Directors for an appointee of the City of Montclair.
Assembly Bill 2713 creates a centralized process to track sexual harassment complaints received and filed by state employees in each state agency and department, and the amount paid to settle these complaints. Findings would be collected into a report and made available to the legislature and the public.
Assembly Bill 2885 will augment the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project to provide additional incentives and prioritization for residents of disadvantaged communities.