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Asm Haney Introduces Bill to Protect Firefighters From Cancer Causing Chemicals


 

New Bill to Create State Run Pension Fund for MMA Fighters

Assemblymember Haney’s AB 1136 will require Mixed Martial Arts promoters to set aside a portion of their ticket sales for a California state run pension fund for combat sports athletes

Sacramento, CA — Today, Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) along with world champion Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter and Olympic medalist Ronda Rousey, announced AB 1136, the MMA Fighters Pension Fund.

Senator Caballero and Assemblymember Haney Introduce SB 225 To Acquire Affordable Homes for Low-Income Californians

SB 225 will prevent low-income families from displacement and falling into homelessness and increase the supply of affordable homes for the next 55 years.

Sacramento—Today Senator Anna M. Caballero (D-Merced) and Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) introduced SB 225, which creates the Community Anti-Displacement and Preservation Program (CAPP). CAPP will finance the acquisition of existing housing in order to preserve it as affordable for low-income residents.

First-in-Nation Law to Require Opioid Blocking Nasal Spray in Gas Stations, Bars and Libraries

Assemblymember Haney’s AB 24 will require opioid blockers in likely overdose locations

Sacramento - Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) announced that he has introduced legislation that will require opioid blocker nasal sprays--also commonly known as naloxone or by the brand name Narcan--to be kept in an area accessible to employees in gas stations, bars, libraries, and single room occupancy hotels (SROs), along with posters describing how to identify an

Assemblymember Haney Introduces Bill to Stop Skyrocketing Security Deposits

AB 12 will create a one month's rent cap on security deposits statewide

Sacramento – Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) has introduced legislation to stop the practice of California landlords charging two times (and in some cases three times) the monthly rent as a security deposit. If AB 12 passes California will be the twelfth state in the country to limit security deposits to only one month's rent. 

Assemblymember Haney Introduces Bill to Stop Skyrocketing Security Deposits

AB 12 will create a one month's rent cap on security deposits statewide

Sacramento – Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) has introduced legislation to stop the practice of California landlords charging two times—and in some cases three times—the monthly rent as a security deposit. If AB 12 passes California will be the twelfth state in the country to limit security deposits to only one month's rent. 

State Legislature's Only Renters Form Three Person Caucus to Fight for Renters Rights

Three of the state’s youngest legislators create the states smallest caucus to fight for CA tenants

Sacramento – Today Assemblymembers Matt Haney (D-San Francisco), Isaac Bryan (D-Los Angeles) and Alex Lee (D-San Jose) announced the creation of the state's first Renter’s Caucus. Of the 120 lawmakers in Sacramento, Haney, Bryan and Lee are the only three non-homeowners who are renters.

Assemblymember Haney Announces $2 Million Investment In United Playaz Clubhouse And Unveils “United Playaz Way”

Funding will go towards the purchase of 1044 Howard Street and expansion of their programs.

San Francisco - Today, Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) announced the procurement of $2 million in State funding for the United Playaz’ purchase of 1044 Howard Street - a two storey building in San Francisco’s SoMa District. United Playaz is a San Francisco-based violence prevention and youth development non-profit that was founded 27 years ago.

Assemblymember Haney Secures $850,000 Budget Win for Restoration and Renovation of Chinese Historical Society

Investment will rehabilitate the historical building and modernize the museum’s archives

San Francisco – Today in Chinatown, Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) announced an $850,000 budget investment that would restore and preserve the Julia Morgan Dance Hall where the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) is headquartered. The building, which was originally part of the historical Young Women’s Christian Association, is home to CHSA’s archives.