Month: March 2014

Roadside Surveys Help Improve California’s Smog Check Program

If you’ve ever driven by what appears to be a daytime DUI checkpoint but isn’t, you may have asked yourself, “What is going on here?” Orange cones line the street, you see a California Highway Patrol officer flagging drivers to stop and pull over to the side of the road. Then you see a few…

DCA Releases New Publications

Check out these three newly released newsletters from the California Department of Consumer Affairs! Learn how to: Access “Consumer Alerts” about industry scam warnings in this issue of the Real Estate Bulletin from the Bureau of Real Estate. Avoid and recognize financial abuse of the elderly in UPDATE, the newsletter from the Board of Accountancy. Order the…

When life (or the car dealer) gives you a lemon . . .

Have you recently purchased a new or used vehicle that is under warranty and needs constant trips to the repair shop to fix? Check out the new updated guide to California’s Lemon Law.

CSAC Executive Officer Andy Foster Issues Statement Regarding Nevada’s Elimination of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

SACRAMENTO – California State Athletic Commission Executive Officer Andy Foster today released the following statement regarding Nevada’s elimination of Testosterone Replacement Therapy:   “The California State Athletic Commission fully supports the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s decision to eliminate Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) in boxing and mixed martial arts. California is a…

Exam Subversion Investigation Leads To Two Arrests

SACRAMENTO – Two people have been arrested on felony charges of helping people cheat on state licensing exams following an investigation by the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation. Larry Charles Holmes, Jr. and Persilla Marie Ulloa were arrested in January in southern California following an investigation into their business, ACEAPP Training. Investigators determined…

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