The Mercury News 1/4
A Sacramento Superior Court judge has placed a temporary hold on a bill aimed at boosting wages and protections for California’s fast-food workers, which had been set to go into effect Jan. 1.
Los Angeles Times 1/3
Far-reaching new laws seek to better working conditions for a broad swath of Californians in 2023 from white-collar employees to blue-collar farm laborers, fast-food servers and construction workers.
Food Industry Policy
Eater LA 1/3
California Governor Gavin Newsom and state legislators were busy in 2022, passing over 1,000 laws before the year ended.
Restaurant Business 1/3
If we had predicted at the end of 2019 that a virus from China would shut down the world in the coming year, you would have recommended we seek help, pronto.
On the Side
‘We’re preparing for the worst’: Battered by flooding, Bay Area restaurants brace for even more storm damage
San Francisco Chronicle 1/3
After restaurants throughout the Bay Area were flooded during Saturday’s historic storm, owners are now scrambling to address thousands of dollars in damage — while bracing for an even more severe storm set to hit on Wednesday.
New York Times 1/3
Los Angeles in 1923 had just become California’s most populous city and was the hub of the upstart motion picture industry.