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The Daily Prep List 10.05.2023


Consumers will pay for California fast food wage increase with higher bills

Victorville Daily Press 10/5

One of the reasons I always advise folks to only vote for candidates who have signed the front of the paycheck, is that former business owners know the importance of ROI, that’s return on investment.

Gavin Newsom just approved more sick days for California workers. What does it mean for you?

The Sacramento Bee 10/5

Some California workers are in line to earn more sick days starting in January, as Gov. Gavin Newsom handed labor advocates another victory.

Food Industry Policy

Unraveling Santa Barbara’s Outdoor Dining Policies Post-Pandemic

Santa Barbara Independent 10/4

During the pandemic, Santa Barbara city government scrambled to rescue the abandoned downtown by passing emergency codes allowing restaurants to expand to relatively healthier, less confined outdoor spaces into the empty streets and onto unused private properties, even parking lots.

Europe might abandon its animal welfare revolution

Vox 10/5

Europe was on the cusp of an animal welfare revolution.

On the Side

Oh Hell Yeah, It’s Spiny Lobster Season in San Diego

Thrillest 10/4 ‌

It’s blissful, glorious autumn in San Diego, with golden sunshine, brilliant blue skies, and pumpkin spice wafting from bakeries and coffee shops.

Starbucks to close seven downtown S.F. locations, citing ‘several factors’

San Francisco Chronicle 10/3

Starbucks will close seven of its downtown San Francisco stores by the end of the month, the company said. Employees were notified of the closures Tuesday.

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