Assembly Bill 74, authored by Assemblywoman Fiona Ma, D-San Francisco, was formulated in response to deaths in 2010 at large raves at the Cow Palace as well as at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
Legislation will be introduced in Sacramento Wednesday afternoon that would establish strict safety guidelines for raves and other large events on state-owned property.
On the heels of deaths at raves at the Cow Palace and at the Los Angeles Coliseum, Assemblywoman Fiona Ma has introduced legislation to ban raves on state owned property.
The Board of Directors of the Cow Palace has decided to end electronic music shows at the venue, following drug related deaths and hospitalizations.
State Senator Leland Yee has called for legislators to exert more control over events held at the Cow Palace.
At least 16 people were hospitalized, two in critical condition, after attending a music event Friday night at Daly City’s Cow Palace.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KCBS)- The recent drug overdose deaths of two men and a teenage girl who attended raves in the Bay Area and Los Angeles have gotten the attention of public health officials.