Oslo, Norway – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. yesterday met with Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg and convened a first-of-its-kind meeting with representatives of the world's leading independent national academies of science to review climate impacts and discuss how scientists and policymakers can more effectively translate research findings into meaningful action.

Sacramento, California - California Attorney General Xavier Becerra earlier this week joined a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general from 29 states, 3 territories and the District of Columbia in urging Congress to examine current federal gun laws with respect to “bump stocks,” which may have contributed to mass casualties in the Las Vegas tragedy on October 1. In a letter to congressional leadership, the Attorneys General note that bump stock devices – plastic or metal pieces attached to a firearm’s stock designed to increase the ability to fire like a fully automatic weapon – may be used to evade current machine gun laws.

San Diego, California - Comodo has sold its Certificate Authority business. California-based Francisco Partners, a private equity firm, made the decision to acquire Comodo’s CA because of the current conditions in the SSL marketplace.

Washington, DC - Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced that the USDA is making resources available to help rural people and communities recover from the effects of California wildfires.

Los Angeles, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will deliver remarks tomorrow in Los Angeles at the 30th Annual California-Hawaii National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) State Convention luncheon.

San Diego, California - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the ports of entry in the San Diego and Imperial Valley counties seized over 1,800 pounds of narcotics worth $3.2 million this weekend.

Sacramento, California - The California Department of Justice issued an advisory reminding gun retailers that bump stocks, also known as "multiburst trigger activators" because they accelerate the rapid-fire capacity of a firearm, are illegal in California. Bump stocks reportedly were used in the Las Vegas shooting on October 1, the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.