Imperial Valley News Center
Governor Brown to Florida Governor Scott: "Time to Stop the Silly Political Stunts and Start Doing Something About Climate Change"
Sacramento, California - As Florida Governor Rick Scott visits the Golden State again this week, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today sent him a report on the economic impacts of sea levels and temperatures rising in the Sunshine State and called on him to “stop the silly political stunts and start doing something about climate change” in the following letter:
Washington, DC - Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial today of POM Wonderful’s petition for a writ of certiorari. The Court declined to review the D.C. Circuit’s ruling upholding a Commission decision that found POM and its principals misled consumers in advertising their products.
Washington, DC - As part of its ongoing effort to support physicians navigating new value-based care models, the American Medical Association (AMA) today announced online resources for physicians considering their choice of new payment models that emphasize prevention, wellness and coordinated care.
American Psychological Association Marks Mental Health Awareness Month with Focus on Barriers to Care
Washington, DC - The American Psychological Association will engage a variety of audiences during Mental Health Awareness Month in May with the following activities:
Washington, DC - Put your hands together. Now move them back and forth to rub them against each other. Feel that heat? That’s from friction. No matter if it’s between siblings or the gears of an engine, we usually think of friction as a bad thing, and often it is. Whether we’re talking about relationships or engines, friction can cause things to heat up, wear down, and eventually break apart. To fight friction, we apply lubricants like oil (though I wouldn’t advise doing so to your siblings, it will probably just make things worse).
Washington, DC - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that U.S. District Judge Carlos E. Mendoza entered an order of permanent injunction against Paul W. Franck of Ocala, Florida. According to the complaint filed with the consent decree, Franck manufactured and distributed drug products that were adulterated and misbranded in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). The U.S. Department of Justice brought the action on behalf of the FDA.