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The Daily Prep List: 1.26.22


What’s in the California paid sick leave deal for workers and businesses?

CalMatters 1/25

California workers will soon again have access to as much as two weeks paid time off for COVID-related sick leave, under a deal announced today by the governor and legislative leaders.

LAO: Minimum wage hike would raise pay, cost government billions annually

The Center Square 1/25

(The Center Square) – A proposal to raise California’s minimum wage to $18 an hour is likely to result in a range of economic impacts for workers and businesses, a review by the Legislative Analyst’s Office revealed Monday.

Food Industry Policy

California judge delays enforcement of part of new bacon law

Associated Press 1/26

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California judge decided this week to delay enforcement of part of a new farm animal welfare law that critics said would cause price hikes and supply shortages for bacon and other fresh pork products in the state.

Many parklets and patios could be cut back in the Santa Barbara promenade by early March

KEYT 1/25

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Many of the parklet and patios in Santa Barbara’s popular promenade could be cut back by early March.

On The Side

McDonald’s McPlant burger made with Beyond Meat sold better than expected, analyst says

CNBC 1/26

McDonald’s McPlant burger is more popular than initially expected, according to Piper Sandler analyst Michael Lavery.

California Restaurant Association says omicron has been bad for business

CBS8 San Diego 1/25

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — Results from a new survey issued by the California Restaurant Association (CRA) reveal the Omicron variant has taken a toll on the restaurant industry.

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