Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez Secures $4 Million for the Pomona OATH Initiative
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New EMS Protections Clear California Legislature, Head to Governor Newsom
(Sacramento)- Today Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D- Pomona), Chair of the Committee on Emergency Management, issued the following statement after the Legislature approved the 2021-22 State Budget:
E.M.S. Week 2021 - Legislative Events Advisory
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our way of life and claimed the lives of too many Californians. Today's budget situation, with a surplus unimaginable to many over the past year, does not feel like a reflection of where so many in our state are financially today. This one-time surplus must be spent wisely; both to help those recover from the pandemic and to invest in our future.
Informational Hearing: The Role of Fairgrounds and Emergency Management
Nearly one year ago, California made the difficult decision to close schools and move to on-line learning in an effort to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. This created new and unexpected challenges for millions of California parents and students, impacts we must work to correct.
(Sacramento)- Over 50% of California's population is fully vaccinated, and the state is averaging under 2,000 new daily cases. From shut-down to recovery, California has seen remarkable successes, but also deep inequities. Lack of available tests and scarce access to vaccines in hardest-hit communities were widely documented.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) introduced three statewide measures that will strengthen protections for private sector first responders and provide new workforce accountability. Introduced this legislative session, the bills seek to counter the sub-standard working conditions within the private sector EMS workforce.
(ONTARIO, CA)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) presented Assembly Bill 1155, the Campus-Affiliated Sorority and Fraternity Transparency Act, to the Assembly Higher Education Committee where it was voted out.