The state of California is a national leader in developing nutrition policies to promote public health among its citizens and environment. Roots of Change and the California Food Policy Council have developed a California Food and Agriculture Legislation Tracker annually in recent years that follows and analyzes the state’s proposed legislation related to food and agriculture. Last year, it featured 19 such pieces of legislation. Students use this report for their final project in our Food and Nutrition Policies and Programs course. They create a document that includes a description of a chosen bill, a fact sheet, and an annotated bibliography of stakeholders in support and in opposition of the legislation. Click on the links below to read through some of these thoughtful and fascinating policy briefs.