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Legislation 2019

Assemblymember Rodriguez introduced Assembly Bills 26 and 27 on the first day of the 2019-20 Legisaltive Session in the State Capitol.

Assembly Bill 26 will require that private sector ambulance employers provide additional emergency equipment to their crews.

Assembly Bill 27, The Emergency Ambulance Employee Safety and Preparedness Act, will ensure that mental health sessions and violence prevention training programs provided to emergency medical responders through Proposition 11 are comprehensive and are of high quality.

Assembly Bill 181 will requires annual reports to the Legislature from CalPERS and CalSTRS regarding participation of emerging and transition managers responsible for asset management within their respective portfolios of investments.

Assembly Bill 294 will ensure correctional officers and staff are informed of their rights immediately after a "gassing" attack (an assault in which an inmate throws a bodily fluid). This bill will also provide for adequate training and other provisions.

Assembly Bill 329 will equalize penalties for assaults and battery against healthcare workers on the job.

Assembly Bill 548 will provide considerations and opportunities for low-income households participating in the states Earthquake Brace and Bolt program grants.

Assembly Bill 675 will require the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to conduct security inspections and audits of each CDCR prison at least every 4 years and produce reports of any identified security deficiencies.