Sacramento, California - In January 2018, livestock owners, veterinarians and consumer advocates came together in support of a new law regulating antibiotic use in livestock in an effort to forestall the development of antimicrobial resistance and promote both animal health and human health.

Fresno, California - A Madera County, California, woman was sentenced Monday to 200 months in prison, followed by 180 months of supervised release, for aiding and abetting the production of child pornography, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott of the Eastern District of California.

Sacramento, California - At its monthly meeting, the California State Board of Food and Agriculture heard a cautiously optimistic appraisal of agriculture’s future through 2050 from economist Dr. Daniel Sumner, director of the Agricultural Issues Center at UC Davis. Dr. Sumner believes that net farm income will continue to grow, even though it may experience ups and downs, and that growth specifics will hinge on the management of five key cost factors:

Sacramento, California - As California’s first responders continue to battle emergency conditions throughout our state, Governor Gavin Newsom took time on National First Responders Day to recognize their service, as well as the generous assistance of other states in this all-hands-on-deck effort.

San Francisco, California - The American Heart Association applauds voters’ rejection of Prop. C, which threatened to undermine San Francisco’s strong, existing regulations meant to protect youth from a lifetime of nicotine addiction.

Sacramento, California - Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the launch of a new state website with tools and resources for Californians who have been impacted by wildfires and utility-directed power shutoffs.