SACRAMENTO – To honor National Fentanyl Awareness Day, yesterday Assemblywoman Schiavo joined a legislative press conference to offer her support for the bipartisan solutions moving forward in the legislature to tackle the fentanyl crisis. Her support includes co-authoring AB 19, a bill which will ensure naloxone hydrochloride, also referred to as NARCAN, is available in our schools.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblywoman Schiavo announced her appointment as Chair of the Assembly Select Committee on Electric Vehicles (EV) and Charging Infrastructure, as well as the introduction of electrified roads and parking lot legislation aimed at opening new possibilities to address the growing need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblywoman Schiavo announced two additional pieces of legislation aimed at housing affordability. The first bill, AB 911, would remove cumbersome barriers for affordable housing developers by removing restrictions ahead of purchasing property for development.
SACRAMENTO – Today Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announces her appointment to the California Workforce Development Board by Speaker Anthony Rendon.
SACRAMENTO – Adding to her package of bills focused on solutions to homelessness and the first in a series of bills to be announced focused on housing access and affordability, today Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced the introduction of a new bill (AB963),focused on funding affordable housing development for former foster youth.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced the introduction of AB 608, aimed at supporting women, newborns, and families in the first year after childbirth. While current law provides full scope Medi-cal benefits for pregnant individuals for a full calendar year after pregnancy ends, it does not include perinatal services.