Los Angeles, California - A federal court enjoined Michel G. Blanchet of Los Angeles, California, from preparing, processing, and distributing adulterated fish or fishery products without first taking required remedial action, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.

Santa Barbara, California - Carbon ranching is coming to Santa Barbara County, but farmers aren’t growing carbon — they’re putting it back into the ground. With the help of compost and cattle, native grasses can sequester organic carbon, enriching the soil and removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

Sacramento, California - The California State Assembly just wrapped up a full week of floor votes, hearing well over 400 measures. Of those, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D- Coachella) has successfully ushered a vast series of education bills onto the Senate including legislation that would improve school health environment, access to child care, pre-k as well as special education, career technical education, and ethnic studies programs.

Sacramento, California - Secretary Ross administered the oath of office Friday to Deputy Secretary for Legislative Affairs Rachael O’Brien, who was promoted from the position of assistant secretary. She joined CDFA in January of this year.

Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced that he has signed the following bills:

Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued a proclamation declaring June 2018 “Immigrant Heritage Month” in the State of California.