California Attorney General Xavier Becerra today announced the release of a California Department of Justice (DOJ) report on immigration detention facilities in the state. The report is the result of Assembly Bill 103, which passed in 2017, requiring the DOJ, over a 10-year period, to report on: conditions of confinement; …continue reading

A man was convicted today of the special circumstances stabbing-murder of his wife and their infant son. Kwame Adom Carpenter, 27, Anaheim, was found guilty by a jury on Feb. 26, 2019, of two felony counts of murder with special circumstances for committing multiple murders and a sentencing enhancement allegation …continue reading

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Congressmen Alan Lowenthal (CA-47) and Steve Chabot (OH-01) introduced bipartisan legislation requiring the Trump Administration to review the preferential trade treatment that Cambodia receives from the United States. The Cambodia Trade Act (CTA) would require the Administration to review Cambodia’s preferential trade status under which it is allowed exemptions or …continue reading

Many veterans separated from active duty within the last 48 months have upgraded their skills with the Veterans’ Employment-Related Assistant Program (VEAP) through a grant from EDD to Orange County One-Stop Center. Train to obtain employment in exciting industries including healthcare, government, education, and professional and business services. VEAP services …continue reading

Harley Rouda

For the first year ever, California’s 48th Congressional district will host the Congressional Institute’s Art Competition. The office of Representative Harley Rouda encourages high school students to submit artwork via their school’s art programs. Additional information can be found here https://rouda.house.gov/services/art-competition Said Rouda, “Our district, particularly my hometown of Laguna …continue reading