Selling tamales, wontons, blintzes and other foods made in a home kitchen that aren’t “non-potentially hazardous” is considered a crime in California. That’s something Assembly Bill 626, introduced by Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella), is trying to change.
California Governor Jerry Brown’s seat is up for grabs in 2018, but it’s not too early to anticipate who’s in the race to fill it. Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and former mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa have begun their campaigns, but some big California names have been more ambiguous about their intentions.
Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck visits AirTalk for his monthly check-in today to talk about local and national law enforcement trends and, of course, answer questions from AirTalk listeners.