Assemblymember Marc Berman is proudly authoring the following legislation in 2019:
Assembly Bill 20 would create the California Computer Science Coordinator within the California Department of Education, a role needed to oversee the state's successful implementation of the Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan.
Assembly Bill 52 would require the Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan to continually updated to ensure it remains relevant and reflects technological advancements.
Assembly Bill 302 would require community colleges to provide overnight parking to homeless students.
Assembly Bill 494 would maximize food benefits for low-income families by simplifying the verification of their housing costs.
Assembly Bill 504 allows voters to keep their voter registrations active by logging in to the Secretary of State’s “My Voter Status” website, and streamlines and clarifies the process for keeping the state’s voter registration database up-to-date.
Assembly Bill 521 would task the University of California Firearm Violence Research Center with developing and implementing firearm-violence prevention education and training programs for health care providers.
Assembly Bill 538 would improve the availability, efficiency, and quality of medical evidentiary examinations for sexual assault survivors.
Assembly Bill 602 would criminalize the creation and distribution of nefarious "deepfakes" -- hyper-realistic video or audio recordings, created using artificial intelligence, of someone appearing to do or say something that he or she did not do or say.