California State Board of Optometry Elects New Officers

Board elects its second non-optometrist president SACRAMENTO – The California State Board of Optometry elected new board officers for the 2019-2020 term at the board’s August public meeting. Mark Morodomi, Esq., was elected president and succeeds Cyd Brandvein, who served as board president in 2018. Fellow board incumbents Dr. Glenn Kawaguchi (2012) and Dr. Debra…

“What If Something Goes Wrong?” A Guide To Service Contracts

A blank service contract surrounded by hand tools

Dishwasher sprung a leak? Diamond ring losing that special sparkle? TV on the fritz? Lawnmower stopped lawn-mowing? When a big-ticket item like a major appliance, jewelry, or garden equipment breaks, you may have a service contract or extended warranty contract to bail you out of trouble. These contracts cover your purchased items and can provide…

State Board Informs Consumers, Therapists, Therapy Never Includes Sexual Behavior

Sponsored legislation, updated guide booklet helps consumers, psychology programs, and training settings to reinforce appropriate therapeutic behavior. SACRAMENTO – If you’re a client of a therapist, you have rights that protect you from inappropriate behavior, chief among them: the right to be treated with dignity and respect in a safe environment, free from sexual, physical,…

VIDEO: Go Behind the Scenes with the California State Athletic Commission At Bellator 214

Much more goes into a mixed martial arts fight than simply determining the winner and loser. For the men and women of the California State Athletic Commission, the health and safety of combatants is paramount. Earlier this year, the Department of Consumer Affairs sent a camera crew behind the scenes at Bellator 214: Fedor vs…