(Pomona)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) is pleased to announce that Assembly Bill 1747 was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown today in Sacramento to better protect children in schools.
(SACRAMENTO) - Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (Pomona) today unveiled a $4 million State allocation to the City of Pomona to launch the Pomona OATH (Officers Assisting the Homeless) Initiative within the Pomona Police Department.
“I am proud to join my Assembly Democratic colleagues in sending Governor Brown a responsible budget that reflects California’s values. This budget expands the Rainy Day Fund to the largest in history, as promised. We are reinvesting in our CSU and UC students, and bringing millions in funds to assist cities in dealing with the homelessness crisis.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (52- Pomona) applauds the California State Transportation Agency’s announcement that $290.2 million will be awarded to the Metro Gold Line Foothill Light Rail Extensi
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (52- Pomona) today advanced Assembly Bill 2417 through the critical Assembly Local Government Committee on a unanimous 7-0 vote. This moves the legislation, which makes one alteration to the Gold Line Construction Authority Board of Directors, one stop closer to its final destination.
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, this week, introduced Assembly Bill 2417 to add one additional seat to the Metro Foothill Construction Authority for representation from the City of Montclair.
“I want to thank the California Strategic Growth Council for their diligent work in determining, and approving, a $35 million Transformative Climate Community Grant for the City of Ontario.
(SACRAMENTO)- Today, Governor Edmund G. Brown unveiled his 2018-19 California State Budget proposals in Sacramento. Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, D-Pomona, Chair of the Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security Committee responded with the following comments:
(SACRAMENTO)- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) introduced Assembly Bill 1747 on the first day of the Legislative Session in Sacramento to better protect children in schools from violent incidents.