The Nation. 10/20
Last week, labor scored its latest victory in a long run of success stories in 2023.
U.S. Sen. Laphonza Butler made herself a lame duck a little more than two weeks into the job and solidified the contours of the U.S. Senate race in 2024.
Food Industry Policy
The Union Democrat 10/19
Relaxed rules on outdoor dining have been one aspect of California’s COVID-19 response that many have actually come to enjoy, and legislation recently signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom will allow that to continue until July 1, 2026.
CALIFORNIA, USA — People may start paying more for pork and have a harder time finding it. Signs popping up in grocery stores are warning customers about Proposition 12 and a resulting temporary shortage and price increase of pork.
On the Side
San Francisco Chronicle 10/20
A new 400-seat rooftop restaurant, decorated with 20 palm trees, a sushi bar, DJ lounge and spectacular views of the city skyline, opens Saturday, Oct. 21, in San Francisco.
Times of San Diego 10/19
Restaurants struggling might find some relief for $5,000 thanks to the California Restaurant Foundation, a nonprofit focused on investing in and empowering California restaurants and their workforce.