(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) achieved several legislative victories this week, moving the majority of his legislative package through the State Assembly. Tackling difficult issues, including veteran homelessness, worker rights, college affordability, DMV wait times, and autonomous vehicle safety, Assemblymember Rodriguez has received large support from constituents and Californians alike.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) presented Assembly Concurrent Resolution 87, recognizing Emergency Medical Services Week as May 21st – May 27th, 2017. The measure was approved by the Assembly unanimously and was coauthored by 66 legislators. Assemblymember Rodriguez was joined by representatives from California Ambulance Association, United EMS Workers AFSCME Local 4911, Cal Fire medical teams, the California Highway Patrol Central Valley Operations Unit, Sacramento Fire Department, American Medical Response, Emergency Nurses Association, and the California Professional Firefighters.
Rodriguez Responds to Governor Brown’s May Revise Budget
(SACRAMENTO)- Today, Governor Edmund G. Brown unveiled his 2017-18 California State Budget May Revise proposals in Sacramento. Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, D-Pomona, Chair of the PERSS Committee responded with the following comments on healthcare, transportation, and more:
Bipartisan Bill to Reduce Months Long Backlog for Commercial DMV Licenses Passes First Committee
SACRAMENTO – Legislation aimed at reducing a severe backlog at the Department of Motor Vehicles for people desperate to take their commercial driver’s license test was approved in the Assembly Transportation Committee Monday.