- Spencer Hagaman
- Communications Director
Sacramento, CA— Following his vote in the Assembly Committee on Health to move AB 1400 forward, Assemblymember Robert Rivas released the subsequent statement:
“Residents of California, and the United States as a whole, pay more for health care to get worse results than almost anyone else in the developed world. Too many Californians lack access to the quality care they so desperately need. Better care is always worthy of debate – I look forward to continued discussions on this critical issue.”
Assemblymember Robert Rivas (D-Salinas) represents California’s 30th Assembly District, which includes all or portions of the cities and towns of Aromas, Big Sur, Chualar, Gilroy, Greenfield, Gonzales, Hollister, King City, Morgan Hill, Salinas, San Martin, San Juan Bautista, Soledad, Spreckels, and Watsonville.