Saturday, October 20, 2018
Thursday, September 27, 2018



Assemblymember Rodriguez’s School Violence Prevention Legislation Signed into Law


Thursday, September 13, 2018

Assemblymember Rodriguez’s I.E. Air Quality Legislative Package Signed into Law

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

 (Sacramento, CA).- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, (D-Pomona), Chair of the Assembly Committee on Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security, spoke to first responders during an Informational Hearing titled " The Verizon Wireless "Data Throttling" on Mendocino Complex Firefighters' Internet Access" about their need for unrestricted access to internet services during an emergency response, such as a wildfire or earthquake. Recent reports highlighted that Verizon throttled data speeds when a data cap had been reached.

Monday, August 6, 2018

(Chino, CA) – To honor the outstanding residents of the 52nd District, Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D - Chino) held his annual summer BBQ for the entire community. Awards are distributed at the event and honorees for Veterans, Small Business and Woman of the Year are recognized for their contributions to the District. “This award actually means a lot to me because I come from a single [parent] household where I am a first-generation college student,” scholarship recipient Kristen Cohen said at the event.

Thursday, August 2, 2018
Friday, July 27, 2018

(Pomona, CA) – Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D - Pomona) joined Pomona city leaders and police officers in unveiling a new local initiative to address the issue of homelessness. The Pomona Officers Assisting the Homeless (O.A.T.H.) was made possible by funding secured by Assemblymember Rodriguez in the 2018-19 State Budget. “This is a big win for Pomona,” Rodriguez said. “Pomona will receive $4 million reserved to help the police department hire new police officers and mental health professionals to work directly with our homeless population.” Learn more about the Pomona O.A.T.H.

Thursday, July 26, 2018
Thursday, July 26, 2018
Monday, July 2, 2018

After coming under heavy fire — including a class-action lawsuit — for how its police department handles the homeless, Pomona announced a $4 million initiative to help its unsheltered residents.

A ride-along with local officers last year opened the eyes of Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez, D-Chino, who saw firsthand the challenges sworn personnel face with an ever-growing homeless population, he said.

On Wednesday, Rodriguez announced the initiative that will help Pomona and its police department hire new officers and mental health counselors to work with the homeless population.

Under the Pomona Officers Assisting the Homeless initiative, or Pomona OATH, officers will receive additional training, Rodriguez.