(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:
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.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) issued the following statement in response to the April 6, 2017 vote on Senate Bill 1 for a new statewide transportation funding agreement.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) issued the following statement in response to the March 27, 2017 update from Pomona Police Department about an arrest made in connection to the murder of 7-year old Jonah Hwang.
“The Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is an enormous asset to our community and its designation as a trauma center is long overdue. For over 25 years and at extreme peril, Pomona residents have had to travel almost 30 miles for access to a trauma care services.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) has introduced Assembly Bill 1102 which would prohibit a hospital from retaliating against nurses who refuse to violate mandated nurse-to-patient safety ratios.
As you may have read in the paper this morning, last night a young boy was killed during a drive-by shooting in Pomona. While the police search for answers, my wife and I extend our deepest condolences to the family.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) today introduced the Safe Innovation Act to better protect Californians from serious harm as companies test autonomous vehicle technology.
(Sacramento)- As an Emergency Medical Technician for over 30 years, Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez is committed to being a champion of the emergency medical service worker industry. In February of 2017, Rodriguez unveiled the Emergency Medical Service Workers Bill of Rights during an event at the State Capitol.
Assemblymember Rodriguez said the following: “Today, EMS workers across the state don’t have adequate rest and meal breaks, protections against violence in the workplace, or access to mental health care. As a legislator and EMT of over 30 years, I am obligated and proud to stand up and speak out for thousands of hard working individuals who are integral to our healthcare system.