The Supreme Court limited California’s worker protection law. Will legislature respond?
The Sacramento Bee 6/16
The U.S. Supreme Court limited the reach of California’s cornerstone employee-protection law on Wednesday – but action by the state legislature could soften the blow.
California lawmakers have a screw loose
Washington Times 6/15
There’s no shortage of reasons to avoid living in the People’s Republic of California.
Food Industry Policy
Report Shows Electric Stoves Are More Dangerous Than Gas
Tasting Table 6/16
Gas versus electric is one of cooking’s most spirited debates.
Sidewalk Parklets in Long Beach Are About to Disappear, But Not for Everyone
NBC LA 6/15
Most of the sidewalk parklets in Long Beach will soon be gone, but businesses have an opportunity to make some of these parklets permanent.
On the Side
Culver City’s Tito’s Tacos Is All in the Family
The Argonaut 6/16
When Lynne Davidson was 17, she got her first job at her grandfather’s restaurant in Culver City. But when she asked for weekends off, she learned what it meant to work for the family business.
Michelin honors 17 Bay Area, NorCal restaurants as ‘new discoveries’
The Mercury News 6/15
The dining world’s prestigious Michelin Guide on Wednesday named 17 restaurants in the Bay Area and Northern California as “new discoveries” — a prelude to the release later this year of its California stars.