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PPAC 2024 Legislative Priorities

PPAC is sponsoring seven bills that seek to address barriers to essential health care and education, furthering California’s commitment to being a state where everyone can exercise their fundamental right to control their own bodies and make important medical decisions for themselves. The 2024 bill package includes the following legislation:

  • SB 1131 (Gonzalez) Streamline Family Planning Program Requirements – Addresses impediments to the Family PACT program to improve and streamline the ability for health care providers to serve California’s Family PACT patients. (Sponsors: PPAC, California Academy of PAs)
  • AB 2339 (Aguiar-Curry) Improve Access to Telehealth – Expand Medi-Cal coverage of asynchronous telehealth services and addresses barriers to accessing care via health care mobile apps and other asynchronous modalities. (Sponsors: PPAC, National Health Law Program (NHeLP))
  • AB 2085 (Bauer-Kahan) Facilitate Health Center Permitting – Prohibits municipal interference with the delivery of constitutionally protected health care services by establishing a streamlined ministerial approval process for development of new health centers. (Sponsors: PPAC, Reproductive Freedom for All, Training in Early Abortion for Comprehensive Healthcare (TEACH))
  • AB 2099 (Bauer-Kahan) Protecting Reproductive Health Clinics – Strengthens enforcement of the FACE Act when use of force, threat of force, or bodily injury takes place.
  • AB 492 (Pellerin) Behavioral Health Integration in Reproductive Health Clinics – 2 Year Bill – Requires DHCS to provide grants and incentive payments for Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans and Providers to develop and implement reproductive and behavioral health integration pilot programs.
  • SB 959 (Menjivar) Ensure Comprehensive Access to Information – Establishes an online resource that offers information to patients, health care providers, and families about available support for TGI individuals and their families in California. (Sponsors: PPAC, Equality California)
  • AB 2442 (Zbur) Expedite Licensure for Providers committed to Gender-Affirming Care – Ensures that licensure applications for providers of gender-affirming care are prioritized to ensure a robust network of providers in the state. (Sponsors: PPAC, Equality California)



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