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  • Stockton woman prosecuted for selling Ceviche through Facebook

    Mariza Ruelas, a single mother of six in Stockton, was charged last year for illegally selling homemade food online. She supports Assembly Bill 626, which would allow small-scale home cooking operations.

Stockton woman prosecuted for selling Ceviche through Facebook

Mariza Ruelas, a single mother of six in Stockton, was charged last year for illegally selling homemade food online. She supports Assembly Bill 626, which would allow small-scale home cooking operations.
Alexei Koseff akoseff@sacbee.com