Our legislation, Assembly Bill 1102, passed the full California Assembly in late May and now heads to the Senate Health Committee. Let’s call members of the Senate Health Committee and urge them to support AB 1102.
Our legislation, Assembly Bill 1102, passed out of the California Assembly on a 71-0 vote on Friday, May 26. Our thanks for the great work of Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez and his awesome staff! AB 1102 now moves to the Senate and will first be heard in the Senate Health Committee.
Our bill, Assembly Bill 1102, was unanimously passed out of the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Wednesday, May 24. #AB1102 now heads to the Assembly Floor.
Show your support of our legislation, Assembly Bill 1102, by signing our petition! Assembly Bill 1102 would increase the penalties from $20,000 to $75,000 when employers retaliate against a nurse who uses the whistle blower laws to report unsafe assignments that violate Title 22.
Our legislation, Assembly Bill 1102, was moved out of the Assembly Judiciary Committee the morning of Tuesday, April 25 with a vote of 10-0 — full bipartisan support! Thank you to our bill sponsor, Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez for his leadership, and to all the nurses and others who called members of the Judiciary Committee to encourage their support.
Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) moved Assembly Bill 1102 out of the Assembly Health Committee the afternoon of March 28 with the assistance of SEIU 121RN members who testified about how it would help Registered Nurses keep their patients safer.
Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) introduced AB 1102 on Feb. 16, a bill sponsored by SEIU 121RN and SEIU California that would protect patient safety by prohibiting an employer from retaliating against a nurse who refuses to put patient safety and their RN license at risk by accepting an assignment which violates nurse staffing ratios.