Jim Gillio stepped down from District 4 position in July.
First-in-the-nation bills would expand paid sick leave, provide hazard pay and subsidies for child care.
Proposed law stems from an idea by the chair of the Gilroy Bicycle Pedestrian Commission submitted through Rivas' 'There Ought to be a Law' program.
Rivas, Hernandez and Gillio answer audience questions on senior care, mitigated ag land, PG&E power shut-offs and their legacies.
AB 1783, introduced by Assemblyman Robert Rivas, will head to Governor Gavin Newsom for consideration.
Community member Bev Miller writes about her trip with a SJB priest and five others to speak with legislators about SB 24 and chemical abortion pills on college campuses.