FTC Warns Tax Preparation Companies About Misuse of Consumer Data

FTC says five firms could face civil penalties if they use or disclose data collected for tax preparation for unrelated purposes The Federal Trade Commission is warning five tax preparation … Read More

Bill advances banning CSU from using Native American remains and requiring they be returned to the tribes

Ramos holds CSU accountable after critical state auditor’s report SACRAMENTO—A measure prohibiting California State University campuses from using Native American remains and cultural artifacts for teaching or research cleared the … Read More

U.S. Department of Education to Host National Summit on Equal Opportunity in Higher Education on July 26

Convening marks a key next step in the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to advance diversity & opportunity in higher education following the Supreme Court ruling on Affirmative Action On Wednesday, July … Read More

Junior Flight Academy (JFA) and California Inland Empire Council, BSA (CIEC) Join Forces to Propel Scouts into the World of Space Exploration, Aviation, and Technology

Los Angeles, CA, July 18, 2023 — Junior Flight Academy (JFA), a leading provider of online aviation education, is thrilled to announce an exciting partnership with the California Inland Empire … Read More

Riverside County Increases Homeless Shelter Bed Capacity and Surpasses 5-Year Homeless Action Plan Goal in the First Year

Today, the Board of Supervisors approved $7.6 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to support emergency shelter projects in Riverside County. These dollars will support the development of … Read More

Leading Nonprofit, Millionaire Mastermind Academy, to Host Diversity in Finance Economic Empowerment Fireside Chat, July 17 

The virtual event is part of an ongoing program  SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 27, 2023 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On July 17, the Millionaire Mastermind Academy, a leading nonprofit organization addressing  the … Read More

LA County Library Recognized as a 2023 Recipient of Nation’s Highest Museum and Library Honor

National Medal for Museum and Library Service Recognizes  LA County Library’s Community Contributions LOS ANGELES, CA— The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced LA County Library was selected as … Read More

California State Assembly Passes Landmark Legislation to Ban Use of Dangerous Chemicals in Food and Beverages

Legislation Would Prohibit the Use of Five Toxic Chemicals Banned in the European Union and Others Nations SACRAMENTO, CA — Today, the California State Assembly passed first-of-its-kind legislation that would … Read More

Padilla Urges Retail Pharmacies Across the Country to Provide Strongest Possible Legal Access to Mifepristone

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) joined Senators Patty Murray (D-Wash.), Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) and 15 of their colleagues in sending letters to the nation’s largest pharmacies—including … Read More

Assembly Majority Leader Reyes Sworn-in for Fourth Term at Community-Based Ceremony in Fontana

(FONTANA)— Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gómez Reyes marked the start of the 2023-24 legislative cycle at her Community Swearing-in Ceremony on Saturday, February 11 at the Steelworkers’ Auditorium in Fontana. … Read More

Justice Department Secures Over $31 Million from City National Bank to Address Lending Discrimination Allegations

Largest Redlining Settlement Agreement in Department History; Department’s Combating Redlining Initiative Secured Over $75 Million for Neighborhoods of Color to Date The Justice Department announced today an agreement to resolve … Read More

Law Ending the Sale of Most Flavored Tobacco Products in California to Take Effect Despite Big Tobacco’s Efforts to Block It

Sacramento, Calif. – December 20, 2022 – A California law ending the sale of menthol cigarettes and most other flavored tobacco products, takes effect on Wednesday, December 21 despite the … Read More